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Pets from Space: Monkey Madness: Book 3

Alex Paterson, Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler

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Pets from Space, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage), Humorous stories (Children's / Teenage)

The third in the hilarious alien adventure series from the bestselling authors of books in the Beast Quest and Gargoylz series, fully illustrated throughout by Alex Paterson.

Do you wish your life was full of excitement and adventure? The pets from space are here to help!

In this third hilarious book in the series, join Satniks Fizz, Toppo, Zingle and Gronk as they go on a crazy supermarket shopping trip and a walk on the wild side at Monkey Magic Adventure Park.

But can friends Tom, Zack and Daisy keep the pets from space out of trouble when one of them is spotted monkeying around? Will the day be cosmic or will everyone go bananas?

Moshi Monsters meets Horrid Henry in this hilarious new series for readers of 6+. Each book features two fun stories.

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Praise for Pets from Space: Monkey Madness: Book 3

  • A great read, full of swashbuckling adventure, unlikely friendships and time-travelling mayhem. Girls and boys will love the action, fast-paced plot and large-print text, letting them easily read along for themselves. Highly recommended - BOOKAPOET on Sam Silver Undercover Pirate: Skeleton Island

  • With its fast-paced narrative and plenty of swashbuckling action, young readers will be quickly drawn into the stories and will look forward to more - PARENTS IN TOUCH on Sam Silver Undercover Pirate: Skeleton Island

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Alex Paterson

Alex was a soldier and a jungle leader before concentrating on his illustration career: following in the footsteps of his sister and cousin who are also both children's illustrators. He has had eleven books published so far. Alex lives in a little village in Warwickshire with his wife Sarah.