Orphans of St Halibut’s: Pamela’s Revenge, The

David Tazzyman, Sophie Wills

Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Due to be published: 19th August

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The adventures of the mischievous orphans of St. Halibuts continue in the side-splitting sequel to Sophie Wills’ debut novel The Orphans of St. Halibuts, illustrated by million-copy bestselling illustrator, David Tazzyman.

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Accidental fires, villainous grown-ups and a mission to rescue a very grumpy goat – don’t miss the hilarious second Orphans of St Halbiut’s adventure from Sophie Wills, illustrated by the million-copy bestselling David Tazzyman.The orphans are survivors. So when St Halibut’s burns to the ground, they get ready to adapt and learn some new skills.But the children have their work cut out for them; Crumplepatch Railways wants to drag Sad Sack into the modern world, Bickley Brimstone, the phony pharmacist, is up to something sinister and the residents of Sad Sack are behaving even more oddly than usual. Worst of all, The Ministry of FUN – Forms, Underlining and Notices – is sticking its nose into everything. And just when the children need Pamela the goat’s protection the most, she seems to be mellowing . . .Can the gang of crafty kids figure out what’s going on before Sad Sack goes completely off the rails? Side-splitting mischief, big trouble and a spectacular cast of quirky characters – dive into the hilarious world of the The Orphans of St Halibut’s: Pamela’s Revenge.’Stupendous and hilarious! Deliciously disgusting at times and filled to the brim with dark humour’ Hana Tooke, author of The Unadoptables on The Orphans of St. Halibut’s’A fabulously funny tale of clever orphans, rambling houses, angry goats and grizzly ends’ Kirsty Applebaum, author of The Middler on The Orphans of St. Halibut’s

Additional information

Dimensions 130 × 197 mm
Page Count 292