The Pencil of Doom! by Andy Griffiths
  

Synopsis

The Pencil of Doom! by Andy Griffiths

When Henry McThrottle doodles with his new pencil, his pictures come alive! Henry's classmates get greedy and draw all the things they could possibly wish for - with chaotic results, for the pencil twists their dreams into nightmares. Instead of cuddling a cute little kitten, the kids are trapped in their classroom with a large and ferocious lion! The second book in this hilarious new series from the brilliant Andy.

About the Author

Andy Griffiths

Andy Griffiths is a popular, bestselling kids author from Australia and is Terry's best mate. The Day My Butt Went Psycho! is his first title published in the United States. He has won rave reviews from kids and adults alike for The Day My Butt Went Psycho! and his other hilarious titles. Andy lives with his wife and two daughters in Melbourne, Australia where he divides his time between storywriting and butt-fighting.

Andy gets his wild and funny story ideas from ordinary life, he is a passionate advocate for literacy and thrives on having an audience (he's been the lead singer in a rock band). When he is not writing kids books, he is in constant demand to speak at schools (he's worked as a high school teacher) and writing workshops. His easy going manner, and his side-splitting sense of humor (he's been a stand-up comedian) all combine to make him popular with students of all ages.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Andy Griffiths
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Author's Website

andygriffiths.com.au/

Publisher

Marion Lloyd Books an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

27th December 2008

ISBN

9781407108995


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