Cartoons that Saved the World
The rambunctious sequel to Tom Ellen’s critically acclaimed The Cartoons That Came to Life
'Fast and bonkers and very funny with very lovable characters' PERDITA CARGILL on The Cartoons That Came to Life
When best friends and comic strip creators Finn and Isha discover a group of 'lost toons' stranded in the real world, they vow to help them get back home.
But a mistake sees the pair zapped into Toon World themselves!
With the help of their own characters – Arley, Tapper and Jenny Weatherlegs – Finn and Isha must defeat two of the worst baddies ever created, while navigating the biggest bump in their friendship. And make it back to the real world before it's all too late ...
A brilliant laugh-out-loud comic-style illustrations by Phil Corbett, perfect for fans of Captain Underpants and Tom Gates. This big-hearted, funny adventure series celebrates individuality, friendship and true loyalty.
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Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison's debut novel Lobsters was shortlisted for the Times/Chicken House Children's Fiction Competition 2013. Fast-forward to two years later: Lobsters was shortlisted for the YA Book Prize, Tom & Lucy appeared on a hilarious panel at YALC this year, and their new book Never Evers is out in January! They've shared their top 10 writing tips with us ... (more…)
Kicked out of ballet academy, Mouse is hating the school ski trip. Jack was sure it’d be filled with danger and girls, but hasn’t a clue about either.
That’s until French teen sensation Roland arrives in the resort – and Jack’s a dead ringer for him.
After Roland persuades Jack to be his stand-in for a day, Jack, in disguise, declares his feelings for Mouse. But what happens when he’s no longer a pop star – will there still be music and magic on the slopes?
From the critically-acclaimed authors of Lobsters, shortlisted for the YA Book Prize.
Sam and Hannah only have the holidays to find The One. Their lobster.
But instead of being epic, their summer is looking awkward. They must navigate social misunderstandings, the plotting of well-meaning friends, and their own fears of being virgins for ever to find happiness. But fate is at work to bring them together. And in the end, it all boils down to love.
A hilariously funny teen novel, shortlisted for the inaugural YA Book Prize in 2015!