4u2read - The Story of Matthew Buzzington: (New edition)

Paperback

A brand-new lowered reading age edition of this riotous, laugh-out-loud adventure from the bestselling author of the Mr Gum series.

Matthew Buzzington has a superpower – he can turn into a fly! It’s just that it hasn’t happened yet, which is pretty bad timing really because there are robbers and flying pineapples out to get him. Can he make his superpower work?

A brand new edition of this ruckus, laugh-out-loud adventure from Mr Gum author and King of funny Andy Stanton, now in at a lowered reading age of 7.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-1-80090-046-2

Publication Date

01-07-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A brand-new lowered reading age edition of this riotous, laugh-out-loud adventure from the bestselling author of the Mr Gum series.

Matthew Buzzington has a superpower – he can turn into a fly! It’s just that it hasn’t happened yet, which is pretty bad timing really because there are robbers and flying pineapples out to get him. Can he make his superpower work?

A brand new edition of this ruckus, laugh-out-loud adventure from Mr Gum author and King of funny Andy Stanton, now in at a lowered reading age of 7.

Author

Andy Stanton, Illustrated by Ross Collins

Andy Stanton is the multi-award-winning author of the beloved and best-selling Mr Gum series. He was the overall winner of the 2007 Red House Children’s Book Award and in 2008 won the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. Andy lives in North London and he hosts a podcast, Ask the Nincompoops with Carrie Quinlan. He also wrote the book and lyrics for Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear – The Musical!, a show that premiered in 2019 at the National Theatre.||Ross Collins describes his younger self as looking like a currant bun and being very fond of drawing. He is still fond of drawing and is now an award-winning author and illustrator, but no longer bears any great resemblance to baked goods. His picture book The Elephantom was adapted by the National Theatre. Ross lives in Glasgow.