Superbot and the Terrible Toy Destroyer by Nick Ward
  

Synopsis

Superbot and the Terrible Toy Destroyer by Nick Ward

A marvellous picture book for early readers - a super robot whose gadgets foil the baddies every time!

About the Author

Nick Ward is the creator of several hugely popular picture books for children. Don't Eat the Teacher!, published by Scholastic, has sold more than 700,000 copies worldwide and has been translated into numerous languages. Nick is also the writer and illustrator of the action-packed Charlie Small series. Nick lives and works in the country and his studio is an old Victorian school.

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Paperback

Author

Nick Ward
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Publication date

3rd March 2016

ISBN

9781910200308


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