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The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones


The first book by brilliant new comic author, Will Mabbitt.

When Mabel Jones unknowingly commits 'The Deed' she finds herself swiftly bundled into a sack and carried off to the pirate ship the Feroshus Maggot.

Crewed by the strangest bunch of pirates you would ever want to meet and captained by the dreaded Idryss Ebeneezer Split (a wolf with a false leg carved from a human thighbone, a rusty cutlass sheathed in his belt and a loaded pistol tucked in his pants with no fear of the consequences), theFeroshus Maggot whisks Mabel Jones off on the adventure of a lifetime.

This ebook has been optimised for viewing on colour devices.

6,49 €

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  • Auteur : Will Mabbitt
  • Éditeur : Puffin
  • Date de parution : 04/06/15
  • EAN : 9780141355153
  • Format :
  • Nombre de pages: 304
  • Protection : Contenu protégé

Résumé

The first book by brilliant new comic author, Will Mabbitt.

When Mabel Jones unknowingly commits 'The Deed' she finds herself swiftly bundled into a sack and carried off to the pirate ship the Feroshus Maggot.

Crewed by the strangest bunch of pirates you would ever want to meet and captained by the dreaded Idryss Ebeneezer Split (a wolf with a false leg carved from a human thighbone, a rusty cutlass sheathed in his belt and a loaded pistol tucked in his pants with no fear of the consequences), theFeroshus Maggot whisks Mabel Jones off on the adventure of a lifetime.

This ebook has been optimised for viewing on colour devices.

Biographie de Will Mabbitt

Will Mabbitt likes to write. He writes on the train, in the corner of cafés, and sometimes, when his laptop runs out of power, he writes in his head. Will has a background in children's media, producing digital content for Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. He lives with his family, cats and a woodlouse infestation in Lewes on the south coast of England.

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