The Karate Princess in Monsta Trouble

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Penguin Adult, Jan 18, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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The Karate Princess is not enjoying her honeymoon - she's bored and desperate for an adventure. Luckily her uncle, the Duke of Dork, needs some help with a rather terrifying, man-eating monster. The Karate Princess can't wait to get stuck in, but the two-headed monster is a bit of a handful, and she's soon in danger of becoming his mid-morning snack! But she outwits him in the end and her amazing karate skills save the day.

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About the author (2001)

Jeremy Strong has been writing for children for many years and, until recently, combined this with being a primary school headteacher. He is hugely popular with children and won the 1997 Children's Book Award for THE HUNDRED MILE-AN-HOUR Dog and wasshortlisted for the Award in 1998 for MY GRANNY'S GREAT ESCAPE. Jeremy lives in Wrotham, Kent.

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