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Jeri Telstar and the Biggest Secret in the World: 1 Paperback – 31 May 2008

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The first book in a new series, your kids will warm to Jeremiah Lee (a.k.a. Jeri Telstar), a nerdy, homework-obsessed boy who has his heart in the right place. Unfortunately his actions are not always at the right time - like when he catches a giant bug and presents it in a box, to his (unsuspecting) teacher. Finally, one of his mis-actions brings on a three-month suspension from school - Jeremiah is elated but he is promptly sent off to another school in a town where his grandma Nan lives. It is there that he soon discovers a secret that will change his whole life. --Young Parents, Singapore

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Nury Vittachi is one of the most widely published Asian writers on the planet. His newspaper columns have a circulation of more than a million, and his books are published in Asia, Europe, America and Australia. He has written more than 30 books, ranging from non-fiction works to novels to stories for children. He is also an award-winning journalist, and has had regular slots on the BBC, CNN, as well as having held senior editorial positions at the Far Eastern Economic Review and the South China Morning Post.

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