Boyface and the Power of Three and a Bit by James Campbell
  

Boyface and the Power of Three and a Bit

Written by James Campbell
Illustrated by Mark Weighton
Part of the Boyface Series

Synopsis

Boyface and the Power of Three and a Bit by James Campbell

Mr Antelope has disappeared, leaving Boyface Antelope in charge of the stripemongering shop. When Boyface gets a message from his dad, hidden in a message in a bottle, he is determined to go and rescue him. Will Boyface and his friends be able to defeat the evil villain and rescue his dad?

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About the Author

James Campbell is a comedian who can usually be found teaching comedy workshops to children and young people, or performing in his Comedy4Kids shows. His play, The Onomatopoeia Society, featured in the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He has performed at the Royal Albert Hall in front of the Queen, and appeared on children's television programme Blue Peter, teaching children how to create and perform jokes.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

James Campbell
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Publisher

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

Publication date

31st January 2018

ISBN

9781444918069


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