Tuck and Noodle: Monster Agents by Franklin Watts, Karyn Gorman
  

Synopsis

Tuck and Noodle: Monster Agents by Franklin Watts, Karyn Gorman

Race Ahead with Reading are fantastic colour chapter books. When Tuck Mclane spots Noodle the monster trying to scare him, he laughts instead of screams. He is not scared at all - then he has an amazing idea! What about helping Monsters find jobs instead of scaring people? And so the Monster Agency is formed...Race Ahead with Reading is the perfect series to introduce children to longer books, help them gain a sense of achievement at completing each bite-size chapter and really take the driving seat with their reading! A brilliant way to boost confidence of 6-8 year old readers.

About the Author

Franklin Watts is well-known for its high-quality and attractive books. We aim to give children of all abilities a life-long love of learning and reading. Karyn Gorman originates from New York and currently lives in Spain. Amongst her busy schedule she finds time to pen some marvellously entertaining children's stories, from Rapunzel and the Prince of Pop in Hopscotch Twisty Tales to a fabulous girl detective in the shape of Betty Q (Race Further with Reading) and some masterful monster fun in Tuck and Noodle: Monster Agents. (Race Ahead with Reading).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Franklin Watts, Karyn Gorman
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Publisher

Publication date

13th October 2016

ISBN

9781445142791


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