Max and Molly's Guide to Trouble: How to Catch a Criminal

Clever reader! Are you prepared for a wild guide to trouble? In this book, two top experts in making mayhem – Max and Molly – will show YOU the following tricks:

1. How to kick a ball into Mrs Quibble’s garden. AGAIN.

2. How to (politely) arrest Mrs Quibble for STEALING THE BALL.

3. How to accidentally also-at-the-same-time catch a REAL-LIFE CROOK!

How much trouble can two kids cause? Hilariously funny fiction from a former stand-up comedian who has worked with Frank Skinner and Alan Davies.

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    7 March 2012

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    15 May 2011

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    When I saw this book I thought it was going to be interesting. (I am hoping to be a police officer when I am 18 years old.)

    When I started to read this book I did not want to stop because I wanted to see what happens at the end.

    My favourite part was when Max and Molly stopped the criminal by throwing a sack over his head and locking him in the closet.

    Kyle, age 8

    Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It’s geared to both boys and girls and age group 5 & 6 year olds. I really think this book should be offered as an option in every school. It’s fun, entertaining, exciting and the characters are really cool! 5 out of 5 stars

    Charlotte, age 8

    9 May 2011

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    8 April 2011

  • this is fuuny

    10 March 2011

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    Hannah won the Cambridgeshire Picture Book Award in 2009 for Evil Weasel, and was also the illustrator of The Great Hamster Massacre which won the 2010 Waterstones Children’s Book Prize.

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