BEST READS FOR EIGHT PLUS KIDS

EIGHT PLUS

The Bolds by Julian Clary

Mr and Mrs Bold are just like you and me: they live in a nice house (in Teddington), they have jobs (like writing Christmas cracker jokes) and they love to have a bit of a giggle. One slight difference: they’re hyenas. Yes, that’s right – they’re covered in fur, have tails tucked into their trousers, and they really, really like to laugh.

So far, the Bolds have managed to keep things under wraps, even when their children Bobby and Betty were born. But the nosy man next door smells a rat (or a hyena), and a trip to the local wildlife park, and the brilliantly wacky heist that results, could be the end of Teddington’s best-kept secret. Whatever will the neighbours think?

Infinity Drake: The Forbidden City by JohnMcNally

9780007521654 Book of the Month OK, pay attention – you’ll need to concentrate because the action in the Infinity Drake series moves at the speed of light: Infinity Drake, aka Finn, gaming fan, just about to turn thirteen, and only 9.8cm high (he was shrunk to join a tiny military kill team out to destroy a wasp/bioweapon and is now stuck at this size) is about to take on a new mission. Arch villain Kaparis has another plan for world domination, only Finn and his band of bullet-sized heroes can stop him. What follows is 400 pages of action-adventure, gadgets, technology, jokes – and surprisingly informative foot-notes. An absolute treat for gadget-mad techies.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll retold by Tony Ross

Open the cover and step into Wonderland as you’ve never seen it before! This retelling of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale has been carefully abridged and lavishly illustrated by Tony Ross, world-famous children’s book author and illustrator. The madcap humour of the illustrations perfectly matches the surreal and magical story, accompanied by an introduction from Tony Ross.614AGSUE8zL._SX371_BO1,204,203,200_

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