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Mad Iris Goes Missing: (New First edition)

Paperback

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition.

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition. It's the Cup Final and Pudding Lane are set to win. They have Mad Iris as their mascot! But what will they do when – Mad Iris goes Missing? A new adventure with the maddest ostrich on the planet.

RRP: £6.99 Out of stock

ISBN

978-1-84299-994-3

Interest age

9+

Reading age

7

Publication Date

12-03-2012

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Jeremy Strong, Illustrated by Scoular Anderson

Jeremy Strong is a former head teacher and multi-award-winning children’s author, a fact recognised by 10 Downing Street when Jeremy was invited to speak to the Prime Minister as a reading ambassador. He launched the popular Read for My School campaign with Book Trust and is their high-profile figurehead for the scheme. His books for Barrington Stoke have sold over 200,000 copies.

Product Description

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition.

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition. It's the Cup Final and Pudding Lane are set to win. They have Mad Iris as their mascot! But what will they do when – Mad Iris goes Missing? A new adventure with the maddest ostrich on the planet.

ISBN

978-1-84299-994-3

Interest age

9+

Reading age

7

Publication Date

12-03-2012

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition.

The crazy follow-up to Mad Iris available for the first time as a 4u2read edition. It's the Cup Final and Pudding Lane are set to win. They have Mad Iris as their mascot! But what will they do when – Mad Iris goes Missing? A new adventure with the maddest ostrich on the planet.

Author

Jeremy Strong, Illustrated by Scoular Anderson

Jeremy Strong is a former head teacher and multi-award-winning children’s author, a fact recognised by 10 Downing Street when Jeremy was invited to speak to the Prime Minister as a reading ambassador. He launched the popular Read for My School campaign with Book Trust and is their high-profile figurehead for the scheme. His books for Barrington Stoke have sold over 200,000 copies.