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Monster Hunting – Monsters Bite Back by Ian Mark
Apprentice monster hunter, Jack, receives a distraught message from the Sisters of Perpetual Misery – they need his help and FAST! Ready for adventure with a dollop of chaos and mayhem thrown in, Jack makes his way to Muckle Abbey with his trusty ‘Monster Hunting for Beginners’ manual. What could possibly go wrong?
With time running out for the nuns, Jack, along with his friend Nancy have a monster of a fight on their hands if they’re to succeed in ridding the nuns’ home from pesky Lubbers who’ve decided to overstay their welcome. With Noggles, Collywobbles and a Boneless or two to get in their way, Jack has to trust his manual and everything he has learned about monster hunting, if they’re to save the abbey and quite possibly avoid THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT!
Ian Mark’s follow up to ‘Monster Hunting for Beginners’ is a magnificent laugh-out-loud story of friendship and fun. Every page turn reveals another obstacle for Jack, Nancy and 200 year-old monster hunter, Stoop, to get over. A wonderful book that will make you smile and laugh as you urge the gang of intrepid monster hunters onwards to victory!
Sarah lives in Edinburgh with her family. She has two cats that bring her dead things in the wee hours of the morning. Sarah writes picture books and middle grade novels and is a member of Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) Scotland network and the Society of Authors (SoA). Sarah chats with creatives on her SCBWI Words and Pictures magazine feature Writers’ Minds and wins invisible prizes for her outstanding procrastination skills.