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EDGE: I HERO: Toons: Killer Custard

Steve Barlow, Steve Skidmore

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Edge: I Hero: Toons, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, For reluctant readers (children), Short stories (Children's / Teenage), Comic strip fiction / graphic novels (Children's /

Exciting, cartoon-based, choose-your-own-destiny adventure story, appropriate for 6-8 year olds

Take on the role of a cartoon hero in this fully interactive, wacky, choose-your-own-destiny adventure story.

The school cook serves up smooth custard! And if that wasn't weird enough, the yellow stuff comes alive and starts to eat everyone... YOU must stop the revenge of the killer custard, before it's dessert time for everyone.

Written by the award-winning duo Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore, and illustrated by the amazing Lee Robinson.
Age appropriate for 6 to 8 year olds. Also suitable for reluctant readers and less confident older readers. Printed using a font approved by the British Dyslexia Association.

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Praise for EDGE: I HERO: Toons: Killer Custard

  • ...takes storytelling to a whole new dimension. - Catton Grove Junior School, Norwich

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Steve Barlow

Steve Barlow was born in Britain (in Crewe, in the county of Cheshire). He went to Brierley Street School, which was like Bash Street only not as sophisticated, then to Crewe County Grammar School for Boys. He went on to study at Warwick University and Nottingham University, and worked at various times as a teacher, actor, stage manager and puppeteer. Then he went to teach in Botswana, where a valid excuse for students not handing in their homework was 'A goat ate it, sir!'. On his return to the UK he met Steve Skidmore, and the rest is hysteria.

Steve Skidmore is shorter than Steve Barlow and less hairy. He was born in Birstall near Leicester in England. After managing to pass some exams at school, he went on to Nottingham University to supposedly read English, but spent most of his time playing sport and doing a variety of summer jobs including counting pastry pie lids (yes, really). He trained as a teacher of Drama, English and Film studies, before teaming up with Steve Barlow to become a full time author. He lives in Leicester and is a great rugby fan (he supports Leicester Tigers - 'Come on you Tiiiiigeeeers!').

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