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How to Survive Time Travel

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How to Survive Time Travel Synopsis

Lift off in the hilarious edge-of-your-seat adventure series that is a home alone story with a difference! Written by the inimitable Larry Hayes and hilariously illustrated by Katie Abey, this is the perfect read for fans of David Solomons, Tom Gates and Back to the Future!

Fresh from saving their parents from the jaws of frenzied billionaire Mr Noah, ten-year-old Eliza and her genius little brother, Johnnie, are called upon once again. Their parents have disappeared into thin air and it's up to the kids to save the day, travelling back in time to 5000 BC Egypt! Can they overcome friendly locals, a mysterious boy-god, snakes, a rainbow-coloured Sphinx and another plot to end the world? And - most importantly of all - will they survive time travel?

For more out-of-this-world adventure don't forget to read about Eliza and Johnnie's first adventure in How to Survive Without Grown-Ups.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781471198366
Publication date: 26th May 2022
Author: Larry Hayes
Illustrator: Katie Abey
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 352 pages
Series: How to Survive
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How To Survive Time Travel has great characters and lots of problem solving, so you won’t be able to put it down. The time travel sofa is especially funny and powering time travel with a pyramid full of parrot poo sounds perfectly logical.

This is a very good book; it is very funny, and it has a great plot line. It is a fast paced and exiting adventure that leaves you wanting the next one immediately after you finish it because it ends on a cliff hanger. It is a great follow-on from the first book in the series How to Survive Without Grown-ups and has funny illustrations that you could copy yourself if you wanted to draw it.
I especially liked the garden sky diving, I thought that was very funny and I would love to try it. The huge amount of parrot poo in the pyramid and the jungle in Egypt was very clever, as well as the time travel car. I like the way the book mixes real science with fantastical ideas.

Ollie Hopwood

This book was hilarious, and as soon as I got it I could not put it down. This is the second book in the series, and I'm waiting for the next book.

Johnnie and Eliza's parents go missing, and so start an adventure, taking them back in time. They meet a rainbow sphinx, snakes and a strange boy... Can Eliza and Johnnie end another plot to destroy the world?

This book was hilarious, and as soon as I got it I could not put it down. This is the second book in the series, and I'm waiting for the next book: How To Survive The Future. There are lots of silly cartoons in the book, and I loved the pictures.

Alex Urban