My Uncle Foulpest: Teacher Trouble

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 4, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Wally just wants to be an ordinary, normal boy living an ordinary, normal life - then his uncle Foulpest comes to look after him. Foulpest is an ogre, and he has other ideas. Foulpest means well, but he just can't help causing chaos - whether it's accidentally sending Miss Nutkin through the roof at the school parents' evening or employing some very dubious elves to clean up their house in time for a sleepover…
 

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 Timothy Knapman writes plays, opera libretti, song lyrics, and children’s books. The Guardian called his first picture book, Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates, “a thrilling adventure.” The Bookseller said it was “laugh-out-loud funny!” Tim’s books have been translated in ten languages and are frequently red on CBeebies Bedtime Stories. He lives in London.

Sarah Horne is a talented young illustrator with a weak spot for a good story and a nice cup of coffee!  She graduated from Falmouth college of Art in 2001 and completed her Maters at Kingston University.  Sarah lives in London.

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