When Hugo breaks his arm, he expects to feel bored an useless. But when his inactive arm suddenly starts to grow and develop unique reaching, grabbing and twirling powers, he finds he's constantly embroiled in mischief and adventure. In Hugo's world - which is quite like our own, but not entirely - the most ordinary things have bizarre and unusual properties and anything can happen ...and it does.
|Publication date:||16th August 2004|
|Publisher:||A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Categories:||Educational: English language: readers & reading schemes,|
Rachel Anderson won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award for Paper Faces. The author of over 60 books, she is particularly well-known for handling sensitive and topical issues with real flair and often great humour.More About Rachel Anderson