Need something to read when school’s finished for the year? Not to worry – we’ve got you covered! Here are some new books at the library – from the latest Astrosaurs book, to the Dragonology Chronicles and extremely disgusting Andy Griffiths stories!!
The forest of evil, by Steve Cole
Number 19 in the exciting Astrosaurs series!
“Noxia-4 is a farm-planet; a world of plants that feeds billions of hungry dinos. But when the harvest fails and the farmers are attacked, Teggs and the team investigate – and soon learn that the Noxia-4’s dark forests are home to a strange and deadly evil that could destroy them all…” (From the back cover)
Where are Santa’s pants? By Richard Merritt.
Oh dear – it must be Christmas! Santa’s lost his pants and desperately needs them back so he can get started delivering presents! Help him find them on every page of this book! A fun puzzle book, sort of like Where’s Wally, but Christmassy.
The dragon diary, by Dugald A. Steer
Another book in the Dragonology Chronicles. Are you reading these yet? You’ll enjoy them!
“Fresh from recovering the Dragon’s Eye, apprentice dragonologists Daniel and Beatrice Cook eagerly await the hatching of the dragon’s egg in their care. But just as the shell begins to crack, their mentor, Dr. Ernest Drake, is called off to India to look for their missing parents and tend to the gravely ill naga dragons they’ve left behind. Meanwhile, the siblings receive a tip that the secret to curing dragons may lie in an age-old Dragon Diary, if only they could decipher it!” (We found this review on Amazon.com)
Killer koalas from outer space, by Andy Griffiths ; illustrations by Terry Denton.
And we saved the best for last!! Do we even need to tell you how awesome Andy Griffiths is? (*Grin*)
“This is a very silly book filled with very bad things. There are bad ideas like eating dead flies, and silly people like the boy who unscrews his head and loses it forever. Then there are very bad things like bloodsucking grannies, rocket-stealing ants and, of course, killer koalas from outer space that come to earth and rip off your face. A collection of stories from The Bad Book and The Very Bad Book that will make your brain EXPLODE!” (We found this review on the Publisher’s website)