Lucy Dungston has woken up to find all the grown-ups in her town have disappeared.
Lucy's friends are thrilled there are no more grown-ups. They're running wild! They're building roads of trampolines, and eating cereal for every meal.
But Lucy wants her mum back, and nothing is going to stop her.
Even if it means having to venture into the strange, upside-down world of the mysterious monsters under her bed...
And the upside-down world isn't the most hygienic of places . . .
Tom Fletcher's bestselling story is packed with amazing illustrations by the disgustingly talented Shane Devries. It's the perfect spooky (and slightly gross) tale for Halloween!
Praise for The Creakers:
'A stonkingly good novels for the over-sevens . . . gleeful descriptions of malodorous underworld creatures, it's both a compelling adventure and a nuanced celebration of friendship and family love' The Guardian
'The illustrations are stunning and the storyline is full of twists and great ideas' R Patterson, Toppsta Reviewer
'10 out of 10 bum trumps!' Guff the Creaker
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 271 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm
Brilliantly inventive, genuinely funny, outrageously disgusting and above all, properly scary, this tale is a completely new take on the idea of monsters under the bed . . . Will keep readers captivated from start to finish * Teach Primary *
You may also be interested in...
“Five stars are not enough! Wonderful!”
Have you ever wondered about all the noises you hear around your home at night?
Do you still believe that monsters live under your bed?
Wonder not longer and DON’T look under your bed at night, The Creakers from Tom... More
“A Beautifully Spun Tale”
Tom Fletcher’s easy to slip into and HILARIOUS new world kept me engrossed and when I came out on the other side, I realised I’d fallen in love with this beautifully spun Middle Grade novel and that I would definitely... More
What can I say about this book , it's funny it's scary its insane it makes u laugh and makes u cry I have loved reading this with my 5 year old son and we had the pleasure of meeting tom in Leeds my son was... More
Please sign in to write a review