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Sorrel Anderson hasn’t always been a writer. Once upon a time she worked as a civil servant, and it was there that she found the inspiration for her characters – quite literally. One morning she came into work to find a pair of mice in a plastic bag under her desk, eating up her biscuits. She named them Purvis and Mickey Thompson, and that very day, the Clumsies were born!
Hilarious chaos is created by the resourceful Clumsies who have a wish to be helpful but a habit of making everything go very badly wrong. This time, to help Howard out of having to make a fool of himself, the Clumsies decide to wreck the nasty Mr Bullerton’s Big Show. From then on, everything that can possibly go wrong does! The slapstick humour at the heart of the story is infectious.
Shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2010. An entertaining story about some very unusual mice told in a clever mix of words and pictures. Howard Armitage’s untidy desk and habit of eating at it makes him unpopular with his boss. When he discovers the Clumsies, a family of well meaning mice living in his office, things go from bad to worse. The Clumsies only want to help but they are really only good at one thing – making a mess!
Shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny prize 2010, The Clumsies are back in their sixth and most hilarious book yet and they're making a very big mess of the airport. More sparklingly funny adventures about the much-loved talking mice that live under Howard's desk, eat his biscuits, try and help him out, but only ever end up making a mess. This time they are at the airport, but a mix up at security sees the Clumsies end up in the wrong suitcase and running amok in Departures
Shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny prize 2010, The Clumsies are back in their fifth and most hilarious book yet! Full of surreal invention and sparkling wit, this latest installment will have everyone checking under their desks for talking mice... More sparklingly funny adventures about the much-loved talking mice that live under Howard's desk, eat his biscuits, try and help him out, but only ever end up making a mess. With loveable characters, fabulously funny plots and dynamic design The Clumsies are destined to be classics of the future
The Clumsies are back in their fourth hilarious and very messy adventure . . . Everyone's favourite biscuit-munching, tea-drinking, talking mice are back and this time they are making a mess of the zoo. Quality writing and side-splitting humour combine in these brilliant stories that will be loved by children and adults alike.
Shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny prize 2010 - The Clumsies are back in their third and most hilarious book yet! Full of the surreal invention and sparkling wit we've come to expect, this latest instalment will have everyone checking under their desks for talking mice... Howard's evil boss Mr Bullerton has decided to put on a Big Show at work - and he wants Howard to sing! Trouble is, Howard's singing is worse than awful... and Mr Bullerton knows it. Now Howard faces an epic humiliation. Can the Clumsies help by turning Mr Bullerton's concert into total chaos? Silly question.
More hilarious stories in the CLUMSIES series - shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2010 It's Clumsies on Sea as Howard and the Clumsies head to the seaside for what Howard calls a conference and the Clumsies call a holiday ! Will Howard manage to impress his evil boss Mr Bullerton? Will he get to the hotel on time? And will the trip pass without mess or incident of any kind? Of course not. Nothing goes to plan when the Clumsies are about! Sandcastles, talking donkeys, runaway supermarket trollies: this clumsy adventure has it all!
Three crazy, funny stories, featuring the two clumsiest talking mice you'll ever meet... Shortlisted for the ROALD DAHL FUNNY PRIZE 2010 'The mouse started to trundle away, glancing at Howard over its shoulder, nervously. You may well glance at me nervously, said Howard, picking up an empty water glass and placing it over the mouse. You'll stay in there so I can eat my breakfast in peace. I shall deal with you afterwards... ' But you can't really deal with the Clumsies, afterwards or at any time. Once you've got them, you're stuck with them. From the moment when Howard Armitage first finds two talking mice under his desk - the inimitable and hilarious Purvis and Mickey Thompson - his life, and his belongings, are turned forever upside down. Obsessed with biscuits and forever playing incomprehensible games of their own devising, the Clumsies are not your average mice - and though they're desperate to help Howard get out of trouble with his evil boss, they're only really good for one thing... ...making a mess.