Deadly Animals by
  

Synopsis

Deadly Animals by

Biggest, smallest, fiercest, weirdest...they're all in here, all laid out for kids to pore over. They love to rank and swap and argue, and a book full of definitive checklists ties into the Top Trumps craze that rules every playground in the nation. A must-have book containing everything from prowling predators to venomous spiders, Top 10 for Kids: Deadly Animals is packed with lists and facts for readers to share with their friends. Colourful, weird but always masses of fun, this delightfully deadly read will keep kids entertained to the max.

About the Author

Paul Terry is a non-fiction author who has worked with leading kids' brands including LEGO, Disney, The Simpsons, Futurama, and Stars Wars. He co-authored (with Tara Bennett) the official 'LOST Encyclopedia' and 'Fringe: September's Notebook' for Bad Robot. Paul is also a songwriter (recording under the moniker Cellarscape) and film composer. His film scores include Felicity Jones' 'Emily' and 13-time award-winning 'The Furred Man'. A huge film, music and comic fan, Paul's understanding of what children find fascinating, meticulous research, and his love of trivia make him the ideal man to inherit the legacy of Top 10's originator, Russell Ash.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 6

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Publisher

TickTock Books an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group

Publication date

2nd February 2015

ISBN

9781783252305


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