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Mad Grandad and the Mutant River

Written by Oisin Mcgann

Part of the Mad Grandad Series

Mad Grandad and the Mutant River Synopsis

Lenny goes fishing with his grandad, and he is amazed when they drag up a mermaid in her car! But then they find there is much, much worse waiting for them in the deep and dirty river ... They all end up fleeing from a crazy fisherman who wants to trap the mermaid. A fun tale about adventure, danger and the mutant river!

Mad Grandad and the Mutant River Press Reviews

I would love to read more Mad Grandad adventure stories ... I give it 8 out of 10 -- Siun (8), 2nd Class, Ballyvongane NS, Cork * * The Mad Grandad series are the perfect books for emerging readers. Zany, madcap & full of adventure * Fallen Star Stories * If you have a 4-7 year old please make sure he or she has had a taste of the Mad Grandad series by OisinMcGann -- Sarah Crossan

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847179609
Publication date: 7th August 2017
Author: Oisin Mcgann
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 64 pages

About Oisin Mcgann

Oisin McGann studied art at Ballyfermot Senior College and Dun Laoghaire School of Art and Design, and went on to work in illustration, design and film animation. He moved to London in 1998, where he eventually found work as an art director and copy writer for an advertising agency. He now lives in Meath and works as an author, freelance illustrator and artist. You can check out Oisin's own website at

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