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ARobot Squashed My Teacher

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From the minute I read the first page I was pulled firmly into the mad-cap world of Esha Verma in... Read More

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From the minute I read the first page I was pulled firmly into the mad-cap world of Esha Verma inventor extraordinaire! It‰۪s crammed with hilarious episodes of top-drawer ingenuity ‰ÛÒ Who wouldn‰۪t want to (accidentally) turn their teacher into a pigeon? I was in awe of this sparkling adventure filled with so much imagination, fun and pure craziness!This is a brillant, imaginative adventureThis is an exciting adventure full of wackiness.An action packed, fun filled, exciting adventure all in a brilliant book!A great fun, adventure story.This madcap adventure is very funny and a real page turner.This book is so marvellously madcap that it can‰۪t fail to capture the imaginations of readers and inventors across the land. It‰۪s a glorious fusion of malfunctioning gadgets, giant robots, and hilarious hijinks!Puri and Fatimaharan work their special magic on this madcap adventure.A Robot Squashed My Teacher is the highly anticipated sequel to the Marcus Rashford Book Blub Selection A Dinosaur Ate My Sister by Pooja Puri, illustrated throughout by Allen Fatimaharan.

A Robot Squashed My Teacher is the laugh-out-loud, wacky adventure by Pooja Puri brilliantly illustrated by Allen Fatimaharan, the sequel to the Marcus Rashford Book Club Selected book A Dinosaur Ate My Sister.

Before you start reading, there are a few things you should know:
1. I, Esha Verma, am a genius inventor extraordinaire.
2. I like lists.
3. I did not mean to turn my teacher into a pigeon. Some things just can't be helped.


Esha Verma, her snotty apprentice Broccoli and his secretly cunning pet tortoise have a dream. They are going to win the legendary Brain Trophy ‰ÛÒ the ultimate inventing prize. This year's entry: The RoarEasy ‰ÛÒ a gadget that lets the user speak to animals.

But when Esha's arch-nemesis, fellow inventor Ernie, lands her in detention, the RoarEasy malfunctions and suddenly Monsieur Cr̩peau is TRANSFORMED INTO A PIGEON.

Luckily for Esha, she knows exactly what she needs to repair her invention and where to find it: locked away in the mysterious Central Research Laboratories.

She, Broccoli, Archibald and Monsieur Cr̩peau will have to go undercover and break into the labs before the competition to return Monsieur Cr̩peau to his human form. And with Ernie following them, determined to foil their plans as they face giant robots, killer plants, shrinking machines, robo-spiders, clouds that make you float and terrifying twisters, they're going to need all the help they can get to get out of this wacky pickle.

Pooja Puri graduated from King‰۪s College London with a first-class degree in English Language and Literature. Whilst at university she read for a publishing house and has since worked in the education sector. In 2014, she was chosen as a winner of the Ideas Tap Writer‰۪s Centre Norwich Inspires competition. She went on to complete the MA in Writing for Young People at Bath Spa University. Her debut novel The Jungle is a brave and beautiful narrative about two teenage refugees in Calais. In 2018, The Jungle was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. A Dinosaur Ate My Sister is her first middle-grade novel.
Allen Fatimaharan is an award-winning illustrator whose first middle grade book, Llama Out Loud by Annabelle Sami, won the inaugural Spark Book Award, was shortlisted for the Waterstone‰۪s Children‰۪s Book Prize and Longlisted for the Blue Peter Book Awards. Allen‰۪s first picture book My Hair, by Hannah Lee, was shortlisted for the BookTrust Storytime Prize, longlisted for the Klaus Flugge Prize and nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. His is the illustrator of the A Dinosaur Ate My Sister series by Pooja Puri, We are the Ancient Egyptians by David Long and The Rapping Princess by Hannah Lee.

Product Details

Title: ARobot Squashed My Teacher
Author: Pooja PuriAllen Fatimaharan
SKU: BK0460391
EAN: 9781529070699
Binding: Paperback

About Author

Pooja Puri graduated from King’s College London with a first-class degree in English Language and Literature. Whilst at university she read for a publishing house and has since worked in the education sector. In 2014, she was chosen as a winner of the Ideas Tap Writer’s Centre Norwich Inspires competition. She went on to complete the MA in Writing for Young People at Bath Spa University. Her debut novel The Jungle is a brave and beautiful narrative about two teenage refugees in Calais and was published in 2017. In 2018, The Jungle was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. She is the author of two middle-grade novels A Dinosaur Ate My Sister, selected for the Marcus Rashford Book Club, and A Robot Squashed My Teacher.

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