Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again

The world’s most famous flying car is back in the air! A sky-high caper by the Millions man. Carnegie Medal winner Frank Cottrell Boyce revives 007 creator Ian Fleming’s classic Chitty series. Result: a crazy flight of imagination. One day, the Tooting family find a vast abandoned engine. What should they do with it? Fit it to their camper van, of course. Trouble is, that engine used to belong to a magical flying car. And it wants to get back on the road (and into the air) again! As the ghost of Chitty races off find her long-lost bodywork, the startled Tootings have no idea what’s going on. Then Chitty’s old enemies join the chase… Fast, furious and totally delightful.

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    Frank Cottrell Boyce

    Frank Cottrell Boyce is an author, screenwriter and writer of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony! His first children’s book Millions won the Carnegie medal, and was made into a film by Danny Boyle. He used to run a Punch and Judy show, earning a fortune in small change, and just like Damian in Millions, he is a Catholic who is fascinated by stories of the saints.

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    Winner of the Carnegie Medal for Millions.

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    Joe Berger was named a Booktrust Best New Illustrator in 2011.

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