Boffin Boy and the Poison Garden by David Orme
  

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Boffin Boy and the Poison Garden by David Orme

5pt;font-family: Verdana , sans-serif ; mso-bidi-font-family:Verdana'>A famous mad scientist lives next to Boffin Boy's friend Polly, and she's not a good neighbour. Not only does she keep planting weird trees, but the trees look suspiciously like dogs and people. When Katt wiggles through the fence to explore, Boffin Boy and Polly follow to save him from crazy Doctor Daffney. Can they escape without becoming one of her barking mad experiments?

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5pt;font-family: Verdana , sans-serif ; mso-bidi-font-family:Verdana'>Featuring our familiar heroes Boffin Boy and Wu Pee, this is another in the hugely popular series of 'Boffin Boy' graphic-format stories. With its wacky humour, low level, accessible text and great, manga-style illustrations, Boffin Boy is ideal for reluctant readers.

About the Author

David Orme has written over 200 books including poetry collections, fiction, non-fiction, and school text books, as well as Ransom's popular Trailblazers series. When he is not writing books he travels around the country giving readings, and running writing workshops and courses.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
36 pages

Author

David Orme
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

30th September 2013

ISBN

9781781270479


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