Hamish & the Gravity Burb
Hamish’s world has been turned upside down. Or is it he who is just not the right way up?
When he returns home to find his mum and brother lying flat on their backs on the ceiling, Hamish realises strange things are afoot, yet again, in the town of Starkley.
Throw in an odd burping noise, weird seeds falling from the sky and a woman with a cone around her neck, and he knows he best prepare for adventure. This comedic tale is ideally suited to readers aged 8 and up who enjoy the work of such writers as David Walliams or Roald Dahl. Danny Wallace: Hamish & the Gravity Burb | RRP $14.99 | Simon & Schuster
The Misadventures of Max Crumbly — Middle School Mayhem
Max is back and on the cusp of another misadventure. This new tale picks up where the first Max Crumbly story left off, with Max becoming a most unusual topping for a Mighty Meat Monster pizza.
You’ll need to read this book to discover exactly how our hero manages to avoid being shredded to bits like mozzarella cheese on the hard and crunchy pizza crust of doom.
Ideal for fans of such series as Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Dork Diaries and James Patterson’s Middle School stories, this book is intended for readers aged 9-13.
Rachel Renee Russell: The Misadventures of Max Crumbly — Middle School Mayhem | RRP $16.99 | Simon & Schuster
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