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Barry Loser is back giving another hilarious glimpse into his busy life and, above all, into his ongoing campaign to prove that he is a really cool guy. It’s harder than ever for Barry to be cool when his mum becomes the new voice and face of the supermarket. But Barry is not one to give up easily and he’s certain that he is now over being a loser forever. Can this really be true? Jim Smith’s illustrations capture all the loser jokes brilliantly.
The third book in this funny madcap must-read series for 7+ boys and girls. If you liked The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, you'll love this!
'My mum's embarrassing enough just being my mum, but now she's won The Voice of Feeko's competition it's even worse.' Barry's mum has become a bit of celebrity, and now he can't go anywhere without seeing a poster of her eating a chocolate digestive or wiggling her bum in a pair of jeans. It's so annoy-embarrassing, and everyone at school is making fun of him. But you can't keep Barry down for long...With the help of his napkin collection, new girl Nancy Verkenwerken and a snail called Snailypoos, Barry is determined to prove once and for all that he is not a loser.
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'Hugely enjoyable, surreal chaos ... The review of the eight-year-old boy in our house who devoured it in two days? Can I keep it to give to a friend? Best recommendation you can get' Observer
I laughed so much, I thought I was going to burst Finbar, aged 6
'Twice as good as my other favourite book, Diary of a Wimpy Kid' Ben, aged 7
|Publication date:||5th August 2013|
|Publisher:||Jelly Pie an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers, 9+ readers|
One of the World Book Day 2014 Authors After graduating with a first class degree in advertising, graphic design and illustration in 1997, Jim Smith was spotted by the owner of a small coffee shop chain and brought in to fill the walls of their flagship store with his paintings.It was a three month contract; fourteen years later, Jim is head of design at Puccino's Worldwide Ltd, now an international coffee shop franchise with stores in the UK, Europe and Egypt.In the meantime he's illustrated kids' food packaging for M&S, drawn cartoons on the sides of PJ ...More About Jim Smith
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