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About Jess Bradley
Jess is a writer and artist for The Phoenix Comic, a writer for The Beano and has illustrated several children's books. A Day In The Life Of A Poo, A Gnu and You, written by Mike Barfield and illustrated by Jess won the 2021 Blue Peter Award for Best Non-Fiction and Jess got a Blue Peter badge, which was very exciting. Super Dweeb is her first middle-grade book series. She lives in Torquay with her husband and son and enjoys drawing in her many sketchbooks, playing video games, reading and watching scary films.
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Someone is putting the squeeze on the animals of the Big Forest, and there’s only one moose who can help in Agent Moose: Moose on a Mission, the second hilarious graphic novel chapter book from Mo O'Hara, the New York Times bestselling author of My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish!
Agent Moose, the best (worst) secret agent at Woodland HQ, and his slightly-more-intelligent sidekick, Owlfred, are on the case again!
There’s big news in the Big Forest! The circus is in town, Granny Moose is coming to visit, and a mysterious robber is on the loose. When Agent Moose learns that someone is putting the squeeze on innocent animals, he and Owlfred rush to investigate, with Granny along for the ride!
Can they solve this mystery before any more animals face the big squeeze?
Join the hilarious exploration of “a day in the life” of nearly 100 things on Earth. Find out what exactly your tongue does all day long, how a Japanese knotweed destroys everything in its path, and why no two snowflakes are ever the same. From the gross and smelly to the beautiful and fascinating, this book is a treasure trove of entertaining information.
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The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One is arriving on our shores from a top secret location. A collection of different comics content taken from the issues of The Phoenix, this bind-up pulls together different humorous, informative, action-packed, and brain-teasing stories into one mega-comic bind-up!
From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone.
"With fast-paced action and absurd humor [...] Super Dweeb in an exciting new series for fans of Captain Underpants or Diary of a Wimpy Kid" - SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
"A funny, fast-paced and zany adventure bursting with colourful cartoon-style illustrations" - BOOK TRUST
Andy wishes that he had *awesome powers*, like the heroes of his home-made comic stories. But instead, he's stuck in the real world, where he has an annoying little brother, a super-weird teacher ... and everyone says he's a total dweeb.
Then one day, he discovers an oversized, glowing pencil on a school trip to the local toxic waste dump. He starts sketching and finds that he can redraw reality.
Now, thanks to the power of doodling, Andy can bring to life anything that he can imagine, erase his problems, and doodle his way of sticky situations. He's not just a dweeb ... he's a SUPER DWEEB! Even Mona, the ice-cool new girl at school, seems impressed.
But there's a twist in the tale.. because everything goes very wrong when little brother Oscar does some doodling of his own. Now there's a scribble monster on the loose! Run for it, Andy!
The first of the hilarious new Super Dweeb series, this unpredictable, anarchic adventure story will have kids rolling on the floor. Featuring comic-strip-style storytelling in full-color, this chapter book is perfect for readers aged 7-9.
Andy may be a little socially awkward, but thanks to his awesome atomic pencil-which can bring doodles to life-he's far from an ordinary dweeb. Look out, evil-doers ... here comes SUPER DWEEB!
Mona, the cool new girl at school, has somehow talked Andy into becoming a costumed crimefighter. Now, thanks to his snazzy superheroic stylings, he's gained both an army of fans, and an arch-enemy ... and he can't decide which is worse!
The president-for-life of Andy's fan club is his little brother, Oscar, and while he may not have a superpower, Oscar's still super-determined to become Andy's sidekick. Andy is definitely not up for having a little kid following him around!
Meanwhile, witness the diabolical origin story of Doctor Eraser-Butt - the sinister super-scientist, whose bulbous behind can obliterate objects from existence.
The second of the Super Dweeb series, this unpredictable, anarchic adventure story features comic-strip-style storytelling in full-colour and is perfect for readers aged 7-9.