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    • ISBN:9781444905434
    • Publication date:03 Nov 2011
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Zainab and Mash

Book 2

By Jonny Zucker
Illustrated by Tony Ross

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Welcome to the exchange scheme with a difference: between kids and monsters!

What's it like going to stay with a monster - and having a monster to stay with you?

Zainab is an ultra-keen skateboarder and is obsessed with midnight feasts. Mash is six feet tall and has red laser beam eyes. What on earth's going to happen when these two get together? Zainab is about to find out, in her first MONSTER SWAP ...

Illustrations by the million-selling Tony Ross make this a perfect book for young readers growing in confidence and for parents to read aloud. Read the other two books in the series: ROBBIE AND VOXY and EDDIE AND FENDA.

Biographical Notes

As well as writing over forty books for children, teenagers and adults, Jonny Zucker worked as a teacher, composed songs for a children's theatre company, and tried his hand at stand-up comedy. Jonny died in 2016, and will be remembered for his humour and his commitment to great stories for children.

Tony Ross is the award-winning and much-loved illustrator and writer of many books for children, including the hugely successful Little Princess books and the Horrid Henry series.

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  • ISBN: 9780340997116
  • Publication date: 03 Nov 2011
  • Page count: 224
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
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