Wed Wabbit (Paperback)Lissa Evans (author)
Shortlisted for The CILIP Carnegie Medal 2018
Shortlisted for the 2017 Costa Book Awards Children's Award
You're called Fidge and you're nearly eleven.
You've been hurled into a strange world.
You have three companions: two are unbelievably weird and the third is your awful cousin Graham. You have to solve a series of nearly impossible clues. You need to deal with a cruel dictator and three thousand Wimbley Woos (yes, you read that sentence correctly). And the whole situation - the whole, entire thing - is your fault.
Wed Wabbit is an adventure story about friendship, danger and the terror of never being able to get back home again. And it's funny. It's seriously funny.
Publisher: David Fickling Books
Number of pages: 250
Weight: 230 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 18 mm
'A classic in the making' - The Times
'...gloriously satirical and spritely' - The Sunday Times
'A future classic - really, really funny' - Nina Stibbe
'Inventive, funny and not a word out of place.' - Charlotte Eyre, The Bookseller
'So funny, and so sharp and dark and beautiful and un-guessable. What a book.' - Katherine Rundell
'Evans is the real deal; a hilariously funny writer whose effortless storytelling will capture the imagination of any child. Wed Wabbit deserves a place on every bookshelf.' - Guardian
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