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Bored of the same old routine? Longing for a bit of adventure in your life? Love living life on the edge? Then join Alfie Fleet and discover a whole universe of wonders (and things that are not so wonderful too, but we won't go into that now). From giant sand lobsters on planet Maureen and the Twang Bears of Mumsy, to the eerie (yet oddly quite boring) brains in jars on Brains-in-Jars World - there is something for everyone. And if danger's your thing you won't want to miss Outlandish, with its gold-hoarding dragon, take-your-life-in-your-hands cuisine, and welcoming locals who'll fire lightning bolts at you. Thrills and adventure await, just hop on board the slightly old and rusty moped of infinity! More than funny fiction - this story does for travel guides and maps what Wimpy Kid did for diaries and Tom Gates did for doodle books. With amazing illustrations by Chris Mould throughout, this book is a visual feast and will appeal to readers everywhere.
|Publication date:||21st March 2019|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Martin Howard is a writer whose work is full of fun and humour. He is the author of the Witches at War series and has written many of the Shaun the Sheep TV tie-in books. Martin lives in the south of France with his family. Chris Mould is an award-winning illustrator who went to art school at 16. He is a talented draftsman and has illustrated everything from picture books and young fiction to theatre posters and and satirical cartoons. Most recently he has teamed up with writer Matt Haig on the bestselling A Boy Called Christmas, A Girl Called Christmas ...More About Martin Howard