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Toad Attack!

Paperback

Upper Dab is under attack from a mysterious invasion of toads in this hilarious middle-grade adventure from award-wining author Patrice Lawrence.

After a toad lands on his head as he leaves his house one morning, Leo is determined to find out where it has come from and why. Together with his friend Rosa, he needs to come up with some answers before the angry residents of Upper Dab take matters into their own hands and the toads become toast! A brilliantly quirky comedy caper with a diverse and inclusive cast of characters. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £6.99 Out of stock

ISBN

978-1-78112-844-2

Publication Date

05-03-2019

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Upper Dab is under attack from a mysterious invasion of toads in this hilarious middle-grade adventure from award-wining author Patrice Lawrence.

After a toad lands on his head as he leaves his house one morning, Leo is determined to find out where it has come from and why. Together with his friend Rosa, he needs to come up with some answers before the angry residents of Upper Dab take matters into their own hands and the toads become toast! A brilliantly quirky comedy caper with a diverse and inclusive cast of characters. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Patrice Lawrence, Illustrated by Becka Moor

Patrice Lawrence is a bestselling and multi-award-winning author for children and young adults. Her debut YA novel Orangeboy, won the YA Book Prize, the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize for Older Readers, and was shortlisted for the Costa Children’s Book Award. Her other novels include Indigo Donut, the Jhalak Prize-winner Eight Pieces of Silva and Carnegie Medal longlisted Rat. In 2021, Patrice was awarded an MBE for Services to Literature.||Becka Moor is the illustrator of The Royal Babysitters, runner-up in the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Award, and of Violet and the Pearl of the Orient, which was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize. Becka was born in Manchester, where she still lives.