Food Fright (Monster and Chips, Book 3)

Monster and Chips

Book 3
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Meet the amazing monster customers and try the foul-food at Fuzzby’s diner – the third book in this hilarious series from author and illustrator, David O’Connell.

Roll up, roll up... it’s CHIPS for everyone at the Monster Fair!

Joe works in a monster diner flipping squashed-frog burgers and serving the best soggy boggy sausage to the monster customers. Now he and his monster friends are off to cook at the monster fair. Has Joe got the stomach for the Big Squeal, and the Splodgem Dodgems?

Monsters meets revolting recipes – all the right ingredients for a giggle-packed adventure.

Available as a full colour e-book full of colourful monster illustrations

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About the author

David O’Connell is a writer and illustrator living in London, UK. His favourite things to draw are monsters, naughty children (another type of monster), batty old ladies and evil cats!
He loves comics too, and has had work published in anthologies such as Birdsong, Solipsistic Pop, Paper Science and Accent UK. David is also the editor of ink+PAPER, a biannual anthology combining comics and the graphic arts.

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HarperCollins UK
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May 8, 2014
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Juvenile Fiction / General
Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories
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Eligible for Family Library

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