The Terrible Two Hardcover – 13 Jan 2015

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Product Description Review "This is another great book for fans of Wimpy Kid Big Nate and the World According to Norm. Readers will love Miles and the nerdy class helper Niles as they spar and snipe - and eventually work together." Jane Howarth Birmingham Mail Funny books that transcend silliness and are written with skill are rare. But The Terrible Two by the award-winning American authors Jory John and Mac Barnett is rich in deadpan jokes and sprightly turns of phrase. Miles hopes to maintain his reputation as a prankster in his new school but arrives to find himself already out-pranked. A war of practical jokes ensues until he and his adversary collaborate. Smartly observant of school life and illustrated by Kevin Cornell in a retro comic-book style it is ideal for reading aloud.' Nicolette Jones The Sunday Times (Culture) 05.04.15 a tale that's loaded with cunning high jinks neat pieces of outwitting some great gags and more than you ever wanted to know about cows.'FT Life & Arts - 07.03.15 "Stylish full of skilfully imagined pranks and frequently laugh-out-loud funny this has all the makings of the start of a series with staying power." Teach Primary March 2015 "Tempt those teens still addicted to Wimpy Kid with something slightly more challenging; it's written in the first person which allows a more sophisticated level of humour and the two likeable protagonists are refreshingly three-dimensional."Teach Secondary April 2015 About the Author Mac Barnett is a New York Times bestselling author of books for children including Extra Yarn which won a 2013 Caldecott Honor and Battle Bunny. Jory John is a writer editor and journalist. He is coauthor of the bestselling All My Friends Are Dead. Kevin Cornell is the illustrator of many children's books including Count the Monkeys and Mustache! both by Mac Barnett.

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