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    • ISBN:9781408354261
    • Publication date:19 Sep 2019

Secret Agent Elephant

By Eoin McLaughlin

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Meet Secret Agent Elephant - the BIGGEST and WORST secret agent the world has ever seen - a brilliantly funny new character from rising star author Eoin McLaughlin and bestselling illustrator Ross Collins.

Watch out, supervillains. There's a new spy in town . . .

Secret Agent Elephant isn't much good at hiding, or disguises, or driving fast cars - but he DOES look dangerously handsome in a tuxedo. Join the world's biggest, clumsiest super spy on his first mission: to find feline supervillain Vincent le Morte and stop him from destroying the world.

Good luck, Agent Elephant. The world is counting on you. AND REMEMBER: DO NOT GET DISTRACTED BY THE MINI PIZZAS!

The hilariously funny new book from rising-star Eoin McLaughlin and bestselling illustrator Ross Collins.

Biographical Notes

Eoin McLaughlin was born in Ireland, moved to the UK and now lives in London with his wife and their new baby. Secret Agent Elephant is his second picture book, following The Hug, illustrated by Polly Dunbar.

Ross Collins is the creator of a host of bestselling, award-winning picture books, including the Amnesty CILIP Honour winning There's a Bear on My Chair. He is also the illustrator of the Mabel Jones books, written by Will Mabbit. Ross lives with his family in Glasgow.

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  • ISBN: 9781408354254
  • Publication date: 13 Jun 2019
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  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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