Save the Pitch by Janet Burchett, Sara Vogler


Save the Pitch by Janet Burchett, Sara Vogler

It's the crucial last game of the season and the Tigers must win to go to the top of the Junior Football league. But the pitch has been invaded - by workmen laying new pipes - and it looks like the game will be called off. Can the Tigers get help - fast?

About the Author

Sara Vogler and Jan Burchett write books for a wide range of children of different ages, including the hugely popular Dinosaur Cove and Beast Quest series. Guy Parker-Rees is a talented illustrator who has illustrated many picture books, including the very popular Giraffes Can't Dance. Guy lives in Brighton.

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64 pages


Janet Burchett, Sara Vogler
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Publication date

5th July 2010



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