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EAN-139780192792747   EAN-13 barcode 9780192792747
Product NameWorse Things Happen at Sea: Cheezilla! No. 3
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
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Length5.71 inches    (convert)
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AuthorAlan Snow
Page Count144
BindingPaperback
Published07/11/2017
Long DescriptionWith Snatcher and his men safely guarded by the trotting badgers, the Nautical Laundry has resumed order once more. But new problems have arisen. The antidote they so desperately need is on Black Cabbage Island. And the island is fiercely guarded by a strange and terrible-looking monster. If, and when Arthur and his friends can get past it, what else will the island hold? Meanwhile, back in Ratbridge, the cheese lust is surging out of control and the gaol is overflowing with cheese-hunting fiends. The sanity of the town, and the lives of the cheeses, all depend on the antidote ...This is part three of the wonderfully-weird Worse Things Happen at Sea!, illustrated throughout by the author in fabulous detail.
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