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It's barking bonkers! The sixth sensational Mr Gum story, read by the author and with music and sound effects. A fantastic book for boys and girls aged 7-10 years old `They're the funniest books ... I can't recommend them enough' Stephen Mangan `They are brilliant' Zoe Ball, BBC Radio 2 `It's hilarious, it's brilliant...Stanton's the Gov'nor, the Boss.' - Danny Baker, BBC Radio London Good evening. BANG! KA-BOOM! OUCH. Yes, Lamonic Bibber is at war and it's all because of Mr Gum and his nasty butcher pal, Billy William the Third. As the meat and grease whizz through the air, it's down to Polly and her friends to break up the fight. KA-POW! Can they do it in time? KA-SMASH! Will love save the day? KA-QUESTION! Who on earth is Thora Gruntwinkle? Listen to this book and you'll find out, you delightful little peanuts! What's for Dinner, Mr Gum? is the sixth in the internationally bestselling series by Andy Stanton, which has won everything from the Blue Peter Book Award (twice) to the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and the Red House Children's Book Award. The books have been translated into over 25 languages worldwide, and have sold over 4 million copies. Good evening. This is Andy Stanton, professional children's author and part-time marshmallow. Hey, do you like hearing `Mr Gum' read out loud by a complete idiot? Well, then, you're in luck, because - for your entertainment, amusement and annoyance - every single word of these audio books is spoken by ME! And not only that, but these recordings are absolutely JAM-PACKED with silly voices, weird sound effects and utterly ridiculous songs (sorry about my singing, by the way, it's appalling). So there you have it - what are you waiting for? GET LISTENING, YOU NIBBLEHEADS!
|Publication date:||6th September 2018|
|Publisher:||BBC Physical Audio an imprint of BBC Worldwide Ltd|
Andy Stanton lives in North London. He studied English at Oxford but they kicked him out. He has been a film script reader, a cartoonist, an NHS lackey and lots of other things. He has many interests, but best of all he likes cartoons, books and music (even jazz). One day he'd like to live in New York or Berlin or one of those places because he's got fantasies of bohemia. His favourite expression is `When you are crying, bees sting you' and his favourite word is `Splarshington'.More About Andy Stanton