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As two plucky children set off on a cross-country rescue mission without the aid of any screen technology, they discover that maybe living without the latest tech isn’t such a dreadful thing in this hilarious novel from the author of the Hamish books.
When ten-year-old Stella wakes up to discover a world full of BLANK screens, her family, town, and in fact the whole world seems to have been thrown into chaos. And what about poor Grandma who is stranded at the other end of the country?
Cue a rollicking madcap road trip, full of driving disasters and family fallouts, as they set off on a rescue mission. And along the way Stella and her family discover that being away from screens might not be the WORST THING EVER, and even though they might not be able to rely on technology anymore, they can rely on each other instead.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 198 x 153 x 17 mm
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