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Here Be Monsters!

by Alan Snow

Part of the Ratbridge Chronicles S. Series

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Great for age range 7-9
This is a book which all too rarely comes along. Full of imagination, strange creatures, inventions and happenings; I’ve not found a reader who hasn’t absolutely adored it whether they’re 7 or 12 or 72.  Illustrated quite beautifully throughout by the author this novel is a labour of love – a brilliant debut - and one which will endure for its content is so special.

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Here Be Monsters! Synopsis

Welcome to Ratbridge. But beware - for there is skulduggery afoot. Arthur has fallen foul of the appalling Snatcher and is trapped alone in the town, with no way home. Meanwhile Snatcher and his men are working tirelessly in secret on a fiendish and dastardly plan to take over Ratbridge - and the world. With the help of Willbury Nibble QC, some friendly boxtrolls and cabbage-heads, Marjorie the frustrated inventor, and the rats and pirates from the Ratbridge Nautical Laundry,
can Arthur thwart Snatcher's evil plans - and find his way home?

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ISBN: 9780192753847
Publication date: 01/06/2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780192753847
Publication date: 1st June 2006
Author: Alan Snow
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 544 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites,
Categories: Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage),

About Alan Snow

Alan Snow is an English artist, working with books, animation, film and computers. He has written and illustrated over 160 books for children, including How Dogs Really Work, The Truth About Cats, and How Santa Really Works. He has also worked on a very diverse range of other projects, including work on the design of a children's science museum in Japan and the design of a project robot currently on sale worldwide.

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