The Clash of the Mega Robots by Steve Hartley
  

The Clash of the Mega Robots

Written by Steve Hartley
Illustrated by Bernice Lum
Part of the Oliver Fibbs Series

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

The Clash of the Mega Robots by Steve Hartley

Hi! I'm Oliver Tibbs, a mega-ordinary boy from a mega-brilliant family. Sometimes my life gets a little DAB - Dull and Boring so I get creative with the truth at Show and Tell. I guess that's why some people call me Oliver Fibbs! Right now I'm locked in a battle with the evil genius The Boffin, who has turned my nemesis, The Show-off, into a super robot who plans to take over the world! But I'm fighting back with a mega robot of my own! OK, maybe I'm exaggerating . . . but as I keep telling everyone, THEY'RE NOT FIBS, THEY'RE STORIES!

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This is an absolutely fantastic book, full of friendships, rivalries and robots, a perfect mix for any reader looking for a bit of adventure and a lot of fun. * Guardian *

About the Author

Steve Hartley

Steve Hartley is a sensible man. He has a sensible job, a sensible family, lives in a sensible house and drives a sensible car. But underneath it all, he longs to be silly. There have been occasional forays into silliness: Steve has been a football mascot called Desmond Dragon and has tasted World Record success himself - in both a mass yodel and a mass yo-yo! But he wanted more, and so his alter ego Danny Baker Record Breaker was created. Steve lives in Lancashire with his wife and daughter. You can find out more about him on his extremely silly website.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Steve Hartley
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Author's Website

www.stevehartley.net/

Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

5th June 2014

ISBN

9781447220329


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