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    • ISBN:9781408338117
    • Publication date:08 Sep 2016
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Happy Bethday!

Book 3

By Duncan McCoshan and Jem Packer

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Meet Beth, a hilarious new heroine who just can't help getting in trouble!

So I'm being chased through the park by a pack of angry zombies, I've got cake mix on my face and MY MOST EMBARRASSING PHOTO EVER IS IN THE SCHOOL MAGAZINE!

Beth Orsen is back for her third hilarious adventure. And with a zombie party, Granny's baking contest and Beth's baby photos accidentally being printed in the school magazine, life is about to get messy again!

Biographical Notes

Duncan McCoshan (Author)
Working together as a crack author-illustrator team, Knife and Packer have written and illustrated more than 30 books for children.

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  • ISBN: 9781408337783
  • Publication date: 08 Sep 2016
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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