Grandpa's Great Escape

The funny proof: not all oldies are fossils! Jack’s rebel grandpa and his Spitfire antics will make your heart do loop the loops. Maybe you’ve noticed that David’s genius stories have been a little dark of late. Demon Dentist, Awful Auntie. Is the world really such a twisted place? But don’t put away your bag of sugared almonds just yet. This glorious adventure will bring a joyous little tear to your eye. Jack’s grandpa wears his slippers to the supermarket. He serves up tinned tongue for dinner. He often forgets Jack’s name. But he hasn’t forgotten how to fly a Spitfire. And if you were trapped in a rubbish old folks’ home, wouldn’t you plan a Great Escape?

  • The latest bestseller from the incredible David Walliams
  • David’s books include Mr Stink and Billionaire Boy
  • This funny genius is regarded as a Roald Dahl for today
  • Hilarious pictures by Tony Ross all the way through

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    I loved this book – it is awesome. It is very funny with some sad bits too. I love David Walliams and can’t wait to read more of his books.

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    David Walliams

    Comedian and writer David Walliams is one of Britain’s bestselling children’s authors

    Awards

    David Walliams has twice won Children’s Book of the Year at the National Book Awards, for Ratburger and The Demon Dentist, along with many regional prizes including the Sheffield, Doncaster, Stockport and Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Awards.

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