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Badly Drawn Beth: The Show Must Go On!

Badly Drawn Beth: The Show Must Go On!

SO I’m stood on a stage in front of the whole school, I’ve got soggy noodles on my head AND MY MUM IS SINGING IN A TUTU…

Beth is back for another hilarious adventure. And with her school talent show, Dad’s karaoke superstardom, Mum teaching at her school AND a potentially evil childminder, life is messier than ever!

Perfect for reluctant readers and fans of TOM GATES, BADLY DRAWN BETH book 1 won the 2016 Lollies award for funniest book for 6-8 year olds.


You can’t fail to laugh – at the story and at the wonderful illustrations which so superbly echo what is happening (Parents In Touch)

Life is messier and more embarrassing than ever for Beth, as she takes to the stage for the school talent show. (Little London Magazine)

The illustrations in this book are the highlight for me — it is packed full of pictures which help you to imagine he funny situations (Ayla Lee Inci, aged 8 Kidaround Magazine (North essex))

The story is sprinkled throughout with truly funny illustrations that will have most children laughing out loud. The final scene at the talent contest is hysterical with roller skates tutus and Chinese noodles. Well worth a read if you need a good laugh (School Librarian)
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Children's / Teenage Fiction & True Stories / Family & Home Stories (children's

On Sale: 21st April 2016

Price: £6.99

ISBN-13: 9781408337776

Reviews

Life is messier and more embarrassing than ever for Beth, as she takes to the stage for the school talent show.
Little London Magazine
The illustrations in this book are the highlight for me -- it is packed full of pictures which help you to imagine he funny situations
Ayla Lee Inci, aged 8, Kidaround Magazine (North essex)
You can't fail to laugh - at the story and at the wonderful illustrations which so superbly echo what is happening
Parents In Touch
The story is sprinkled throughout with truly funny illustrations that will have most children laughing out loud. The final scene at the talent contest is hysterical with roller skates tutus and Chinese noodles. Well worth a read if you need a good laugh
School Librarian