Tom Gates #7: A Tiny Bit Lucky

Doodles, disasters, silly laughs… Seventh in the series that’s scooped the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Red House Award and Waterstones Children’s Book Prize. Call that luck? We call it genius. YEAH! Tom is back. He’s still as daft as a brush. And he’s going to make you laugh your funnybones off again. Tom, Derek and Norman need some SERIOUS band practice. Why? For the Rockwekly Bandbattle Audition, of course. Time for Dogzombies to show the world that they bite DEAD hard. And time for another crazy Tom Gates diary. Music to our ears.

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    I LOVED this book. It even tells you how to make a kite!

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    i loved it it is really funny

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    i really like this book the first time i laid my hands on it i loved it. i was sitting on my bed one night and i burst out laughing and rolling around on my bed because of this book. it is one of a kind

    14 May 2014

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    Liz Pichon

    Liz Pichon’s brilliant Tom Gates series has sold well over 2 million copies, and has picked up oodles of top awards. We love it!

    Awards

    Liz has picked up oodles of awards for Tom Gates titles, including the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Red House Book Award, Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book Award. Her picture books have also received acclaim: she won the Nestle Smarties Award for My Big Brother Boris the Bishops Stortford Picture Book Award for Dave.

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