The Boy Who Made Monsters

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"Laughs, adventure, tears, and most importantly heart." Phil Earle, author of When The Sky Falls

"A glorious, hilarious, and touching triumph of a book." Katya Balen, author of October, October

A one-of-a-kind tale of love, loss, laughter and hope, from award-winning author Jenny Pearson.

Benji McLaughlin is a visionary. He believes in things other people think are impossible, like that he and his brother Stanley will be happy living with their uncle, and that the Loch Lochy monster is real, and that his parents will come home safely one day.

So when he finds out that Uncle Hamish's holiday business is struggling, Benji's not worried. He has a visionary plan. Together with his new friends, Murdy and Mr Dog, he sets off to prove that the Loch Lochy monster exists, and bring tourists flooding in.

But Benji might have to confront different monsters to the one he expects.

Praise for Jenny Pearson:

SHORTLISTED FOR THE COSTA BOOK AWARD, WATERSTONES CHILDREN'S BOOK PRIZE, LAUGH OUT LOUD BOOK AWARD and the BRANFORD BOASE AWARD

"Breaks records for funny and touching storytelling." David Baddiel

"As funny and tender as it could ever be." Frank Cottrell-Boyce

"Heart-warming and genuinely funny." The Times

Product Details

Price
£7.99  £7.59
Publisher
Usborne Publishing Ltd
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781474999892

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