Boffin Boy and the Forest of the Ninja by David Orme
  

Boffin Boy and the Forest of the Ninja

Written by David Orme
Illustrated by
Part of the Boffin Boy Series

Synopsis

Boffin Boy and the Forest of the Ninja by David Orme

Wu Pee has joined a gang of Ninja crooks. Police Chief Hancuff has even got him on CCTV holding up a truck full of gold bards. Can this be true? Has Wu Pee joined the dark side? But when Boffin Boy discoveres that Red Wolf is involved, he beings to think things aren't quite so simple. Can Boffin Boy foil Red Wolf's plot and save Wu Pee from himself? 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 illustations, 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

1st October 2007

ISBN

9781841676272


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