BC Blue (KS2) B/4A The Mystery of the Poisoned Pudding by Josh Lacey
  

BC Blue (KS2) B/4A The Mystery of the Poisoned Pudding

Written by Josh Lacey
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Part of the BUG CLUB Series

RRP £6.50

Synopsis

BC Blue (KS2) B/4A The Mystery of the Poisoned Pudding by Josh Lacey

This title is part of Bug Club, the first whole-school reading programme to combine books with an online reading world to teach today's children to read. In this Year 5 Blue B (NC level 4a) fiction novel ... A restaurant in France, a fat man who collapses while eating, and a poisoned chocolate pudding: another mystery that has to be solved! Who dunnit? Inspecteur Timbre is baffled - this time, there is no obvious suspect. But Matt and Veronique are soon on the case!

About the Author

Josh Lacey

Josh Lacey was born in London. He is the eldest of seven children, with two younger brothers and four sisters. He still lives in London, now with his wife and daughters.

Josh Lacey worked as a journalist, a screenwriter and a teacher before publishing his first novel. He is now a regular contributor to The Guardian.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Josh Lacey
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Author's Website

www.joshlacey.com

Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

5th May 2011

ISBN

9781408273838


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