What Could Possibly Go Wrong by Story Entertainment, Sarah Courtauld
  

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong by Story Entertainment, Sarah Courtauld

Almost Naked Animals is a high-energy CITV series featuring a cast of pants-wearing animals. Now get a look behind the scenes at the Banana Cabana and see what Howie and his friends are up to ...Running a busy hotel is a tough job, particularly when you're as bad at it as Howie is, but it helps when you have friends. Joining Howie are a gang of bottom-covered misfits including Octo, Bunny, Narwhal, Duck and Piggy ...and in a rival hotel nearby lurks Howie's evil sister Poodle, who's obsessed with taking over the Banana Cabana and shutting it down for ever! Howie has an urge to do Dog Stuff, but with no other dogs around but his evil sister, he's out of luck. And Poodle has a Cunning Plan. Will Howie discover who his real friends are, before it's too late? The author translating the Almost Naked Animals from TV to book form is a BAFTA-honoured comedy writer, and these books are in full colour throughout - with bonus stickers!

Reviews

A funny and anarchic new book range, packed with full-colour graphics and stickers. Children's Bookseller

About the Author

Sarah Courtauld lives in London and writes and illustrates children's books. Her favourite writers for children are Tove Jansson, Andy Stanton, Roald Dahl, John Masefield, Cressida Cowell and Lemony Snicket, although her all time favourite children's book is The Princess Bride.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Story Entertainment, Sarah Courtauld
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Publisher

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

Publication date

2nd May 2013

ISBN

9781444913903


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