Oliver Fibbs and the Giant Boy-Munching Bugs by Steve Hartley

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Oliver is the Defender of Planet Earth, but before he can save the world he has to escape from giant boy-munching bugs—or perhaps that's just his overactive imagination again

Hi! I'm Oliver Tibbs (some people call me "Oliver Fibbs"), and sometimes my life gets a little DAB—Dull And Boring. So from time to time I "get creative'"with the truth at Show and Tell. But this time something exciting really has happened! Dad has been bitten by a strange tropical insect, and struck down with Wenghi Benghi Fever. It's highly likely the bugs will get me too—and I'll break out in green spots, orange boils, a red rash, and probably turn into a bloodsucking zombie killer—like Agent Q in my favorite comic!

 

About Steve Hartley

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Steve Hartley is many things: author, astronaut, spy, racing-car driver, trapeze-artist and vampire-hunter. His hobbies include puddle-diving and hamster-wrestling and he was voted 'Coolest Dude of the Year' for five years running by Seriously Cool magazine. Steve is 493 years old, lives in a golden palace on top of a dormant volcano in Lancashire and never, EVER, tells fibs. You can find out more about him on his extremely silly website: www.stevehartley.net.
 
Published April 1, 2015 by Pan Macmillan. 192 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Oliver's parents are desperate to find some as of yet undiscovered talent for their ordinary son, but so far it looks likes Oliver's only talents are reading comics, making up fibs, and eating pizza.

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