Hair Cut and Just a Nibble by Paul Jennings, Andrew Weldon
  

Synopsis

Hair Cut and Just a Nibble by Paul Jennings, Andrew Weldon

Ricky is an ordinary boy, about 10 years old, who dreams of being famous. And he has a secret that might just help him realise this dream. Because Ricky can fly. Truly. He can really fly. But there's a hitch. He can only fly when absolutely no one is looking. If a person, or an animal, or a bird sees him while he's flying, he will fall out of the sky and almost certainly die. Will he risk flying in public, just for a shot at being something more than ordinary? The third book in this brilliant new series contains two complete stand-alone stories, broken into short chapters, liberally illustrated with hilarious cartoons.

About the Author

A former teacher and specialist in the field of engaging reluctant readers, Paul Jennings has published over 100 books, won every Australian children's choice award (several times) and has amassed sales of 9 million copies across the world. His work is translated into 18 languages. This is a new format and new concept for his work.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
272 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Paul Jennings, Andrew Weldon
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Publication date

2nd July 2015

ISBN

9781444921274


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