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Agent Z And The Penguin From Mars [Paperback]

Mark Haddon
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Review

"A brilliant series book" (Write Away!)

Book Description

More totally bonkers behaviour from practical jokers, the Crane Grove Crew. A laugh-till-you-cry book from the author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.

From the Back Cover

Jenks was squirming back out of the hole with a wriggly penguin in his arms when I heard the sound of heavy keeper-boots running towards us. 'Holy Moses!' I hissed and turned to look for Barney. But Barney had vanished.

Dennis Sidebottom has moved next door to Ben - bringing his squeaky-clean kids with him. The Crane Grove Crew - Ben, Barney and Jenks - soon find themselves on the Sidebottom blacklist. Accused of being troublemakers and a bad influence, they decide to shake up the Sidebottom universe with the help of Agent Z, a meteorite and a stolen penguin.

It's Agent Z's finest hour!

'A series of climaxes which get funnier and funnier . . . ' Books for Keeps

Also available:

Agent Z Meets the Masked Crusader

'Gripping . . . Go on, join the crew!' Sunday Times

'Breathless action from start to finish' Guardian

Agent Z Goes Wild

Agent Z and the Killer Bananas

About the Author

Mark Haddon is an author, illustrator and screen-writer who has written several books for children and won numerous prizes, including two BAFTAs. He lives in Oxford. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time won the Whitbread Novel of the Year Award, the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize and the South Bank Show Book Award, and was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
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