Max and Chaffy: Welcome to Animal Island!
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Max has just moved to Animal Island and it’s full of new friends: Orlando, Crumbs, Moose, Pedalo and a very special creature called a CHAFFY . . . Sunny’s favourite game is Super Rabbit Boy, where his carrot-loving friend must thwart all the plots the evil King Viking of Boom. A super full-colour series from Thomas Flintham, best known here in the UK for his illustrations for Pamela Butchart’s Baby Aliens series. This one has a dual narrative, so best for the top end of KS1 and into KS2. Two contrasting styles are used for the everyday story and the game narrative, which has a retro feel. You can see Thomas talking about this series in conversation with Nikki Gamble on The Book Channel. Thanks so much for your lovely message and for everything that you do with Book Wagon. Yourself and Bob are much cherished in our booky world and I personally really appreciate everything that you do.Engaging, funny and charming ... a delightful young graphic novel - the first in a series that will no doubt be much loved, as with everything Jamie Smart creates - BookTrust This time Max and his friend Chaffy wake up to a hive of activity on Adventure Island. All their friends are planning a secret birthday party for Chief Constable Moose. Bradley was making lanterns, Orlando was making a sign to fly behind his plane and grumpy cat Foghorn was supposed to be finding a present. Crumble had made a delicious strawberry cupcake and that is where the trouble began. Not only did Crumble let Max and Chaffy into the secret, but all the noise attracted Chief Constable Moose, who was accused of ruining the surprise and sent away.
Max and Chaffy: Welcome to Animal Island! by Jamie Smart
A heart-warming, interactive adventure story, full of friendship and joy, from bestselling author/illustrator Jamie Smart! About This Edition ISBN: Jamie Smart studied art at college for four years, but it was just an excuse to practise drawing animals with boggly-eyes. His comic Fish-Head Steve was the first work of its sort to be shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. Jamie has illustrated comics for the Sunday Times, The Dandy, The Beano, and Toxic magazine, as well as regularly publishing his well-loved Bunny vs Monkey and Looshkin stories in The Phoenix comic, and as graphic novels for children. He is also the author/illustrator of the middle-grade book series, Flember.Then they discovered the cake was missing, but our duo was soon hot on the trail following clues and with puzzles for the reader to solve. With lots of red herrings and dead ends, Max and Chaffy were beginning to think they had failed, when they found another chaffy and this one had a familiar looking hat and was hot on the trail! Children will love this crime-busting duo. Best for y2 upwards, The storylines have appeal for a wide age range. Forced to take up a museum internship to pay for car repairs, 16-year-old Ojibwe citizen Perry Firekeeper-Birch finds herself unexpectedly enthralled by what she learns on the job. When she discovers that a local university has been holding on to the bones of an ancestor called Warrior Girl, instead of returning them to her tribe, Perry and her fellow “Misfits” are determined to bring them home – even if that requires a heist. From the award-winning author of Firekeeper’s Daughter, this superb YA thriller interweaves compelling action with a sense of the Native Americans’ long fight for their own history.