William Heads to Hollywood by Helen Hancocks
  

Synopsis

William Heads to Hollywood by Helen Hancocks

A glorious sequel to William and the Missing Masterpiece! Someone has stolen the Gold Cuckoo Awards from the famous Cuckoo film studios, and only William is debonair enough to schmooze the stars and learn who the culprit is. But every cat has his own feline fatale to contend with, and our hero is no exception...Mischief, glamour and romance await in William Heads to Hollywood!

About the Author

Helen Hancocks

Helen Hancocks graduated in 2011 with a frst class degree in illustration with animation from Manchester School of Art. She is the best-selling author/illustrator of William and the Missing Masterpiece, William Heads to Hollywood, and Penguin in Peril. For Frances Lincoln Children’s Books she illustrated How to Look After Your Human – A Dog’s Guide by Maggie Mayhem with help from Kim Sears. Helen’s illustratoins are a mixture of crayon, watercolour, ink and pen, combined digitally.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Helen Hancocks
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Author's Website

www.helenhancocks.com/

Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st July 2015

ISBN

9781783703333


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