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Let's Do The Pharaoh! by Jeremy Strong
  

Let's Do The Pharaoh!

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Synopsis

Let's Do The Pharaoh! by Jeremy Strong

Sennapod ('he whose name mumbles down the ages'), the ancient Egyptian pharaoh, is still living at 27 Templeton Terrace with the Lightspeed family. By accident, he wins a competition to find the Face of the Future, and soon designer bandages and doing the pharaoh dance become all the rage. But he's also recognised by villains Jelly and Grimstone who are still after his treasure map. Comic chaos follows as the chase ends up in hospital with loads of people in bandages - designer and otherwise - plus the usual collection of cats who follow Sennapod around. But, hooray, the villains are caught, the treasure map is safe and Sennapod can go on living happily with the Lightspeeds.

About the Author

Jeremy Strong, a former primary headteacher, has been writing for children for many years. He is very popular with children - he won the 1997 Children's Book Award for THE HUNDRED-MILE-AN-HOUR DOG, and was shortlisted for MY GRANNY'S GREAT ESCAPE and MY MUM'S GOING TO EXPLODE. Jeremy has just moved to Stoke St Michael, Somerset.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st January 2009

Author

Jeremy Strong

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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Categories

Children's / Teenage fiction & true stories

ISBN

9780141324449

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