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Squidge Dibley Destroys Everything

Mick Elliott



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Hachette Childrens Books
01 April 2020
Children's & Educational; Adventure stories (Children's&YA)
Squidge Dibley and his Year 6 classmates at Craglands South Primary School are facing their biggest, grossest problem ever.

When a freak accident at the talent quest unleashes a lice infestation that incapacitates almost the whole school, 6PU's arch-nemesis Hector Hoovesly takes over. Squidge and Padman quickly discover that this was no accident - instead, it is step one in Hoovesley's dastardly plan to take over first Craglands Primary, and then everything.

Defeating the world's most vile teacher will take guts, brains, and burps so powerful they can create mini earthquakes. There's only one kid for the job: SQUIDGE DIBLEY!
By:   Mick Elliott
Imprint:   Hachette Childrens Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 130mm,  Width: 196mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   160g
ISBN:   9780734419460
ISBN 10:   0734419465
Pages:   176
Publication Date:   01 April 2020
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 9 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mick Elliott is an author, illustrator, children's television producer, scriptwriter and animator. He has overseen award-winning series for kids of all ages. His credits as producer include CAMP ORANGE, PLAY ALONG WITH OLLIE, SLIMEFEST and hundreds of advertising campaigns. His work at Nickelodeon has won more than twenty international awards, while his animated short films have screened at over sixty festivals worldwide. Mick lives in Sydney with his wife, two kids and a garden full of lizards.

Reviews for Squidge Dibley Destroys Everything

a hilarious new series - Mick Elliott has made Craglands South Primary School the most hilarious place in the universe ... quirky and silly humour with crazy illustrations - ReadPlus [Squidge Dibley Destroys the School] is sure to capture the imaginations of younger readers with the cartoon-like illustrations... and the fun characters who cause mischief, but when it counts, really come together and utilise their unusual talents and tricks to help their new friend, Squidge. Every character in this novel is different and has a quirk that makes them unique. It is these differences that are celebrated throughout the book, as they should be in real life as well. - The Book Muse

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