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4u2read - Ted Rules the World

Paperback

A hilarious comedy caper from Frank Cottrell-Boyce, now in a standard paperback format for middle-grade readers.

Ted thinks there’s something fishy going on. Ever since his birthday when he got a special loyalty card at the local shop, all his great ideas are being thought of by the new Prime Minister too. Now there’s laws about walking to school and everyone has Mondays off! Could the shop’s market research lady have anything to do with it? And if Ted has become a Leader, shouldn’t he start thinking up proper laws to save the world…

A hilarious comedy caper from Frank Cottrell-Boyce, now in a format particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 7+

RRP: £6.99 Out of stock

ISBN

978-1-80090-103-2

Publication Date

06-01-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A hilarious comedy caper from Frank Cottrell-Boyce, now in a standard paperback format for middle-grade readers.

Ted thinks there’s something fishy going on. Ever since his birthday when he got a special loyalty card at the local shop, all his great ideas are being thought of by the new Prime Minister too. Now there’s laws about walking to school and everyone has Mondays off! Could the shop’s market research lady have anything to do with it? And if Ted has become a Leader, shouldn’t he start thinking up proper laws to save the world…

A hilarious comedy caper from Frank Cottrell-Boyce, now in a format particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 7+

Author

Frank Cottrell Boyce, Illustrated by Cate James, Cover design by Chris Riddell

Frank Cottrell Boyce’s first book, Millions, won the Carnegie Medal and his many other awards include the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize. Frank is also a screenwriter, regularly collaborating with Michael Winterbottom and Danny Boyle, with whom he devised the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony. He has written three sequels to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and counts an episode of Doctor Who that he wrote in 2014 a particular achievement, saying, “Nothing compares to the buzz of writing the words ‘Interior…TARDIS!'” Frank has seven children and lives in Liverpool.||When Cate James was little she copied pictures from books all the time and she still has a picture of a crocodile that she drew when she was two. Cate says, “I like to draw with an old ink pen. I like to make a mess and have inky hands!” Cate lives in Australia.||Chris Riddell is an award-winning artist, illustrator, and occasional writer of children’s books. His own fiction, namely the Ottoline and Goth Girl series, were a great success, with Chris winning three Nestlé Smarties Book prizes. Chris was appointed the UK Children’s Laureate in 2015, a role which he used to promote the joy of drawing, doodling and telling stories. Chris has also collaborated with a many prominent authors including Paul Stewart on the best-selling fantasy series, The Edge Chronicles; and former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen on A Great Big Cuddle: Poems for the Very Young. Chris lives in Brighton and works as a political cartoonist for The Observer.