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A laugh-out-loud, record-smashing adventure packed with heart, humour and a whole lot of kumquats, from Jenny Pearson, the breakout talent of 2020, illustrated by Erica Salcedo.
Lucy is a fixer of broken things. But there's one thing she can't fix and that's her unhappy mum. Until she comes up with an INCREDIBLE plan. Along with her best friend, Sandesh, Lucy is going to SMASH a world record. Because she's convinced that starry Paul Castellini - Record Smashers TV host and all-time crooner - is the answer to her mum's problems. But breaking a world RECORD when watermelons, kumquats, two baddies and a 30 cm shatter-resistant school ruler are involved isn't quite as easy as Lucy thought.
Can she learn that sometimes happiness doesn't come with a plan?
Praise for The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates;
“A big-hearted comic journey about friendship, family, and a miraculously well-timed seagull.” David Solomons, author of My Brother is a Superhero
“This sleuthing-trip-cum-crime-solving spree has all the fizz of Jeremy Strong.” The Observer
“One of the funniest books you'll read this year, with bundles of heart to boot.” Fiona Noble, The Bookseller
|Publication date:||29th April 2021|
|Publisher:||Usborne Publishing Ltd|
|Suitable for:||9+ readers|
|Genres:||Adventure Stories, Family / Home Stories, Humorous|
|Collections:||2021 Preview - Mega Books on the Horizon,|
Jenny Pearson has been awarded with six mugs, one fridge magnet, one wall plaque and numerous cards for her role as 'Best Teacher in the World'. When she is not busy being inspirational in the classroom, she would like nothing more than to relax with her two young boys, but she can't as they view her as a human climbing frame. She has recently moved to the North East of England and while she has yet to meet Ant or Dec, she has learned how to use canny in a sentence. Which is dead canny, like.More About Jenny Pearson