Curse of the Red Scorpion by Scott Nickel
  

Curse of the Red Scorpion

Written by Scott Nickel
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Part of the Graphic Fiction: Tiger Moth Series

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Synopsis

Curse of the Red Scorpion by Scott Nickel

Now younger readers can have their own graphic novel adventures in books especially designed for them. Robots, giant bugs, ninja heroes, aliens from outer space and a boy allergic to danger are just a few of the loopy and lively characters that readers will meet in these side-splitting pages. Good-humoured stories with wacky comic book-style artwork will spark the imagination of any reluctant reader.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: 6 - 10

Author

Scott Nickel
More books by Scott Nickel

Publisher

Stone Arch Books an imprint of Capstone Press

Publication date

13th December 2007

ISBN

9781598891690


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