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The fifth tall-but-true tale in the darkly comic series SKELETON KEYS from the award-winning duo behind STITCH HEAD. Greetings! My name is Skeleton Keys and these fantabulant fingers of mine can open doors to hidden worlds... Join me for the puzzling tale of Lucky - an unimaginary who seems to have mislaid the very human that imagined him... When Skeleton Keys discovers newly unimagined Lucky all alone, he's determined to reunite the little creature with the boy who imagined him. But Stanley is nowhere to be found... The search leads them to the Kingdom - a hidden world for unimaginaries. As they scour the streets for any sign of Stanley, the Kingdom comes under attack from a rampaging gorilla. Lucky is convinced it's the work of Stanley's wild imaginings. But what is Stanley up to and can Skeleton Keys track him down before the entire place is reduced to rubble...? Perfect for fans of David Walliams, AMELIA FANG and THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL. Praise for THE HAUNTING OF LUNA MOON: Guy Bass's smart tale offers some excellent twists, with Edward Gorey-style illustrations by Pete Williamson enhancing the comedy-Gothic atmosphere. - Financial Times
|Publication date:||30th September 2021|
|Publisher:||Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Guy Bass is an award-winning author who has written more than 30 books, including the best-selling STITCH HEAD series, DINKIN DINGS, SPYNOSAUR and SKELETON KEYS. He lives in London with his wife. Find out more at guybass.com | @GuyBassBooks Pete Williamson is a self-taught artist and illustrator. He is best known for the much-loved STITCH HEAD series and the award-winning THE RAVEN MYSTERIES. He has illustrated over 65 books written by authors including Francesca Simon, Steve Cole, Matt Haig and Charles Dickens. He lives in Kent with his family.More About Guy Bass
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