BEAST AND THE BETHANY - BATTLE OF THE BEAST

Paperback

The third beastly book in the deliciously gruesome and hilarious series by Jack Meggitt-Phillips, perfect for little beasts aged 8-12.

'Reads like a modern classic. Sharp, funny, original – I thought this was brilliant', Sam Copeland, bestselling author of Charlie Changes into a Chicken on The Beast and the Bethany

The beast, who has tried to eat Bethany twice and controlled Ebenezer Tweezer for 511 years, is now in prison.

Even better, it seems to have lost its despicable mind and is pinky-winky promising to be a do-gooding beast, vomit out helpful gifts, and be besties with Bethany and Ebenezer.

There’s really no sign of the old beast at all any more, as long as you don’t count that hungry belly which still needs feeding…

Outrageously funny and deliciously dark, this series is perfect for readers aged 8-12 and fans of Roald Dahl and Lemony Snicket

RRP: £6.39 £7.99

ISBN

978-1-4052-9893-3

Publication Date

28-09-2023

Format

Paperback

Pages

288 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Product Description

The third beastly book in the deliciously gruesome and hilarious series by Jack Meggitt-Phillips, perfect for little beasts aged 8-12.

'Reads like a modern classic. Sharp, funny, original – I thought this was brilliant', Sam Copeland, bestselling author of Charlie Changes into a Chicken on The Beast and the Bethany

The beast, who has tried to eat Bethany twice and controlled Ebenezer Tweezer for 511 years, is now in prison.

Even better, it seems to have lost its despicable mind and is pinky-winky promising to be a do-gooding beast, vomit out helpful gifts, and be besties with Bethany and Ebenezer.

There’s really no sign of the old beast at all any more, as long as you don’t count that hungry belly which still needs feeding…

Outrageously funny and deliciously dark, this series is perfect for readers aged 8-12 and fans of Roald Dahl and Lemony Snicket

Author

Jack Meggitt-Phillips, Illustrated by Isabelle Follath

Jack Meggitt-Phillips is an incredibly exciting new talent. He is an author, scriptwriter and playwright whose work has been performed at The Roundhouse and featured on Radio 4. He is scriptwriter and presenter of The History of Advertising podcast. In his mind, Jack is an enormously talented ballroom dancer, however his enthusiasm far surpasses his actual talent. Jack lives in north London where he spends most of his time drinking peculiar teas and reading PG Wodehouse novels.