Granny Grabbers Daring Rescue by Charlotte Haptie
  

Synopsis

Granny Grabbers Daring Rescue by Charlotte Haptie

Delilah Smart's life hasn't been the same since childcare robot Granny Grabbers entered her world and made it whizz bang wonderful fun, no matter how determined her parents are to make it dull dull dull. And it's not long before Granny Grabbers and Delilah stumble upon their next adventure ...When local department store Blingman's hires an army of robotic cleaning personnel made by Happy Home Robotics, Granny Grabbers recognises a dear friend from her 'childhood' in the Happy Home Robotics Laboratory - PUG is clearly asking to be rescued from a life of cleaning servitude, and so it's action stations for Granny Grabbers and the team. Soon they devise a cunning plan that involves covert shopping trips, Easter bunny disguises, magic vanishing acts and a troupe of Paintball Pirates. And of course no daring rescue is complete without a grabbmobile ...

Reviews

'Artfully told, this is good stuff.'

'hilarious'

'One of the most gloriously funny creations you'll read about this year ... a light-hearted, happy book which will have young readers laughing out loud'

'fun and fearless for boys and girls, bringing together the perfect amount of mischief and mayhem, ideal for a summer read and cetainly one for the school bookbag!'

About the Author

Charlotte Haptie has wanted to be a writer since she was seven, but has had a number of more sensible jobs in between. Her first published book, Otto and the Flying Twins began the adventures of Otto in the magical City of Trees, received widespread critical acclaim and was an international bestseller. Charlotte grew up in Buckinghamshire and Merseyside, and now lives in Devon.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
256 pages

Author

Charlotte Haptie
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Author's Website

www.charlottehaptie.co.uk

Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

7th February 2013

ISBN

9781444904093


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