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Calling all Dirty Bertie fans! Dirty Bertie - the boy with nose-pickingly disgusting habits - is back for another helping of comic chaos! With ever-increasing madcap schemes and crazy capers, Bertie continues to delight his legions of fans who revel in his revolting ways. Join Bertie in Disco! his 29th adventure as he gets tricked into accompanying Angela Nicely to the school disco, becomes Royston Rich's slave for the day and cooks up a great escape for Gran and her friends on an ultra-dull trip to the seaside! DIRTY BERTIE is a hugely popular series created and illustrated by award-winning illustrator, David Roberts (TYRANNOSAURUS DRIP, THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, THE TROLL, THE EDDIE DICKENS TRILOGY) and written by award-winning author, Alan MacDonald (ASK OSCAR, THE PRINCE OF PANTS, SUPERHERO SCHOOL). With each hilarious story approximately thirty pages long and split into chapters with illustrations on nearly every spread, DIRTY BERTIE is ideal for confident readers to enjoy by themselves, or for sharing with your child.
|Publication date:||9th March 2017|
|Publisher:||Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
David Roberts is one of the UK's foremost children's illustrators and has been shortlisted for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal for LITTLE RED, THE DUNDERHEADS and TINDER. David won a Gold Award in the Nestle Children's Book Prize for MOUSE NOSES ON TOAST in 2006. He has worked with acclaimed writers including Julia Donaldson, Sally Gardner and Julian Clary. David lives in Kennington, south London. Alan MacDonald has written over 80 children's books, most recently THE PRINCE OF PANTS with Sarah McIntyre, and has won several awards. Alan lives in Nottingham. Visit www.alanmacdonald-author.co.ukMore About Alan Macdonald