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Written by Sue Cheung
Illustrated by Sue Cheung
Part of the Maddy Yip SeriesWrite A Review
Another laugh-out-loud excursion into the madcap world of Maddy Yip
May 2022 Book of the Month
Maddy’s parents are having new carpets fitted – time for Maddy, best friend and always stylishly dressed Dev and little brother Oli to be shipped to sunny Sudmouth for a short break, all under the not-so-watchful eye of Agung (Grandad). Maddy and Dev are determined to ride the town’s star attraction, the Mega Beast roller coaster, but so many things keep stopping them, from giant seagulls and school bully Ged Sponger to Agung’s new taste for pickled eggs.
Will Dev and Maddy get their roller coaster ride? You’ll have to read to the end to find out, but it’s well worth it as the story matches the Mega Beast for twists and turns, ups and downs, and has the same wild energy as your favourite comic.
Another side-splitting story packed with hilarious illustrations from Sue Cheung, winner of the Diverse Book Award.
The Easter holidays are about to get a lot more exciting! Maddy and her best friend Dev have lucked out and are heading to the seaside where the brand new roller coaster, the Mega Beast, is about to open. This will literally be life-changing! One problem: Maddy has to bring her annoying little brother Oli and her cheeky grandad Agung along for the weekend.
With seaside hazards such as terrifying seagulls, stinky pickled eggs and a giant candyfloss-mad dog to deal with, will Maddy ever get to loop-the-loop on the best ride ever?
|Publication date:||5th May 2022|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers|
|Genres:||Family / Home Stories, Funny|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Sue Cheung was born in the Midlands and spent her early years clowning about and busily scribbling and drawing. At the age of 16 she seized her chance to become an artist by winning a scholarship to the London College of Fashion. Later, Sue went into advertising and worked her way up to Art Director. She now freelances as a designer from her home in Bournemouth, where she writes and illustrates children's books.More About Sue Cheung
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