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Grimwood: Party Animals

Grimwood: Party Animals

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Author: Nadia Shireen

General fiction (Childrens / Teenage) | Adventure stories (Childrens / Teenage) | Animal stories (Childrens / Teenage) | Humorous stories (Childrens / Teenage)

Published on 20th June 2024 by Simon & Schuster Ltd in the United Kingdom as part of the Grimwood series.

Hardback | 256 pages, b&w throughout
198mm x 153mm | 300g

Return to the forest where anything can happen. An unmissable new book in Nadia Shireen’s bestselling and wildly funny illustrated comedy adventure series, Grimwood!Perfect for readers age 7+, and fans of Dog Man, Roald Dahl, David Walliams, Loki: A Bad Gods Guide to Being Good, Bunny vs Monkey and anyone who likes to laugh.

Sharon the Party Crow has lost her mojo! Three parties in one day have proved too much for Grimwood’s favourite raving resident, and now it’s up to Ted, Nancy, Willow, and the rest of the gang to help Sharon get her groove back. Teamwork, friendship and, most importantly, dance skills, will all be put to the test as the gang try to get the party started again!   Fully illustrated throughout and full of heart, laughs and surprises, this is the must-read fourth title in the bestselling and fantastically anarchic Grimwood series. More books in the Grimwood series:Grimwood Grimwood: Let the Fur Fly! Grimwood: Attack of the Stink Monster!Praise for the Grimwood series:Grimwood is where I want to be. A carnival of crazed confused comical critters that is more real than real life. Lots of things make me laugh but Grimwood makes me laugh out loudest. Frank Cottrell-BoyceThe inside of Nadia Shireens brain must be a fun place to be because there are SO MANY funny jokes and hilarious moments in Grimwood: Let the Fur Fly! GO read it now! Maisie Chan, author of Branford Boase winning Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths‘Funny, anarchic, original and gloriously silly.’ Richard OsmanPure genius! Louie Stowell‘Ted and Nancy are my favourite funny foxes EVER.’ Liz Pichon, author of Tom Gates

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