The Case of the Exploding Loo (Paperback)Rachel Hamilton (author)
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Quirky twelve-year-old Noelle Hawkins may be the brightest student in her class, but even she is completely miffed to explain how her dad, wacky scientist Brian, "Big Brain" Hawkins, spontaneously combusted while sitting in a portaloo.
It's true that he was working on a new top secret Brain Ray machine and was on the point of a great break-through . . . could this have had something to do with it?
Know-All is sure all is not as it seems. With the help of her grumpy sister, Holly, she is determined to find out what really happened to her dad!
''The ideal read for anyone who loves a mystery (in a toilet)' Sunday Express
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 206 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
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“Great for the grandchildren”
Brilliant book! Bought it for my grandchildren but read it myself first and couldn't stop laughing. They loved it too. We can't wait for the next one.
First I have to say I am definitely not the target audience for this book, but I chuckled, I laughed out loud and I learned - I learned a lot. I could say many things like the character development is great and how... More
very great book to read, it was very funny. good for children -ky
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