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Robo-Runners: Tunnel Racers: Book 2

Damian Harvey, Mark Oliver

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Robo-Runners, For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Fiction, Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage), Science fiction (Children's / Teenage)

The robo-tastic new series of the year, from a hugely talented storyteller.

Meet Crank and Al ... robots on the run.

Wandering through an enormous junk yard, our heroes find themselves entering a hidden robot world.

They are welcomed by the Mekanix, who choose Crank to be the next race driver. His job: to beat their rival gang, the Engineerz, in a high-speed race through the sewers of Metrocity.

But there's something sinister about the Mekanix and their tunnel racer ...

A refreshed cover look for this well-loved series, illustrated by
the incomparable Mark Oliver. Read on with The Tin Man, Razorbites,
Powerball, The Ghost Sea and Aquanauts.

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Praise for Robo-Runners: Tunnel Racers: Book 2

  • A great book for young boys who are just beginning to get into reading, introducing them to a different writing style with enriching language. This series of books is refreshing ... an enjoyable read. - Writeaway websire

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Damian Harvey

Damian Harvey (Author)
Damian Harvey lives in North Wales with his lovely wife, Vicky. He has three wonderful daughters, one brilliant boy and a cat called Polly. He has written more than 60 books for children and is busy writing more. Although Damian loves sitting at home writing stories, he also loves visiting schools and libraries where he shares stories, talks about writing and generally gets people excited about books and reading. You can find out more about Damian by visiting www.damianharvey.co.uk.

Kathryn Selbert (Illustrator)
Kathryn Selbert is a freelance children's book illustrator currently living in New York with her French bulldog, Margot. She earned her BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is inspired by the people she meets in her everyday life, our colorful world, flora and fauna and having fun.

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