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Eleven-year-old Fennymore lives with his strange great-aunt in an old house with only a magical bike for company. After she dies, Fennymore sets off with his new friend Fizzy to find his parents, who mysteriously disappeared. They fall foul of a silvery grey gentleman and an evil doctor who wants to get his hands on his father's mysterious invention. A brilliant and hilarious adventure from award-winning author Kirsten Reinhardt with black-and-white line drawings by David Roberts Translated from the German by former Irish Children's Laureate, Siobhan Parkinson.
|Publication date:||7th March 2019|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Kirsten Reinhardt is a German writer of children's books, based in Berlin. How to Bake a Sausage Dog is her first book, and won the Oldenburger prize for children's literature when it was first published in German. It has since been translated into French, Spanish and Catalan. She has since written two other children's books and has a picture book is coming up in autumn 2018. David Roberts is an award-winning illustrator from Liverpool. Since 1998 he has collaborated with some of Britain's finest children's authors, including Julia Donaldson, Sally Gardner, Philip Ardagh and Jacqueline Wilson to produce stunning children's books. He ...More About Kirsten Reinhardt
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