The Mute Button by Ellie Irving
  

Synopsis

The Mute Button by Ellie Irving

This is a hilarious new story from the author of Billie Templar's war. How do you make yourself heard in the midst of chaos? Anthony Button loves his big family, but their noise can drive him crazy. And with the arrival of a brand-new older brother, it's worse than ever! So Ant starts a silent protest to try and get everyone's attention. But now he's pressed the mute button, will he ever find his voice again?

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BRILLIANT - utterly gripping, well written and one my 2014 favourites so far. For any 9+ readers out there, this is a must-read. The Mute Button is a fantastic book, brilliantly realised and featuring one of the best literary families I've had the pleasure of meeting. Wondrous Reads

About the Author

Ellie Irving

Ellie was born in Bristol, but raised in a hamlet on the outskirts of Southend-on-Sea by a family of avid readers. So avid, in fact, her mum enrolled her in the local library before she'd even emerged from the womb, which was awkward for all concerned. Ellie's passion for writing stories flourished aged seven, when her parents bought her a Petite Super International typewriter for Christmas, and there was no stopping her. After studying for a Broadcasting Degree at the University of Leeds, Ellie realised there were too few home makeover shows in the world, and worked on a number of DIY and Garden programmes for UK Style. She then returned to studying and completed an MA in Screenwriting in 2008. She lives in London and For the Record is her debut novel.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
320 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Ellie Irving
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Publisher

Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th June 2014

ISBN

9780552568357


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