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Jim Reaper: Saving Granny Maggot

Written by Rachel Delahaye

Illustrated by Jamie Littler

Part of the Jim Reaper Series

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Jim Reaper: Saving Granny Maggot Synopsis

Another fast and fun adventure about life, death and all the hilarity in between . . . Jim is getting to grips with his father's rather unusual job at the Dead End Office and is keeping the truth secret as a promise to Dad. But when Jim sees that Will's grandma is next on the list of Death Dates, he springs into action. Even though Granny Maggot is smelly, mean-spirited and VERY unfriendly, his best friend Will adores her. Jim has to do something! If the boys can keep Will's granny safe until midnight, can they save her life?

Jim Reaper: Saving Granny Maggot Press Reviews

This book is definitely going to make it high on my end of year list! * Mango Bubbles Book Blog * Saving Granny Maggot is funny, unpredictable, and adventurous (...) If the next title is anything like Saving Granny Maggot, I can't wait to see more! * Two Bookworms Blog * A very funny story that will really appeal to young readers; lively and well-written, it moves at a good pace * Parents in Touch * I found Jim Reaper: Saving Granny Maggot a hilarious book (...) Jim's dad is the strangest of all because he is a GRIM REAPER. This is what I think will draw people to this book the most as it is so different and unique compared to most children's books * Powered By Reading Blog * * Written for children between 7 & 9, I'd highly recommend Jim Reaper: Saving Granny Maggot as a brilliant fast paced adventure story, perfect for children who are intrigued by the dark side! * Culture for Kicks *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781848124899
Publication date: 14th July 2016
Author: Rachel Delahaye
Illustrator: Jamie Littler
Publisher: Piccadilly Press an imprint of Bonnier Books Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 240 pages

About Rachel Delahaye

Rachel Delahaye (Author) Rachel Delahaye got told off for talking in class quite a lot. That's because she loves words. After studying linguistics in Wales, very near a town called Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch (which is a great word), she began a career in print journalism. Nowadays, when she's not playing Boggle, Scrabble or Balderdash, she writes children's books. Jamie Littler (Illustrator) Jamie Littler is the creator of the comic series Cog and Sprokit which is serialised in The Phoenix Comic. He has also illustrated a number of children's books including the world-renowned Famous Five by Enid Blyton. He finds this the most ...

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