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Hooey Higgins and the Awards of Awesomeness

Hooey Higgins and the Awards of Awesomeness (Paperback)

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Screwball antics on and off the footie pitch.Why does Twig NEVER win an award? Why? WHY? Anyway, he doesn't. In school assembly everyone else (even Basbo) wins Mr Croft's Awards Certificates - Sarah-Jane Silverton has so many that her parents have actually built an extension to display them all. There's only one solution: Hooey and Will decide to invent their own AWARDS OF AWESOMENESS, strategically tailored to Twig's ... erm ... talents. But one mayhem football game and one Green "innovation" later, Twig is still tragically prizeless. Will he EVER be Awarded an Award, Awesome or otherwise?

Children'sFiction & true storiesGeneral fiction Publisher: Walker Books Ltd Publication Date: 02/05/2013 ISBN-13: 9781406334302  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Steve Voake lives in Wells, Somerset. As well as eight Hooey Higgins titles, he has written five Daisy Dawson books for Walker. He is also the author of six novels for older readers, including The Dreamwalker's Child. Steve grew up in the countryside and used to be a naughty, scruffy boy just like Hooey. He still dreams about making stuff explode and riding his bike off a pier into the sea, but fears he is too old to get away with it.Emma Dodson is based in Chertsey, Surrey. She has created her own books Badly Drawn Dog and Speckle the Spider, and teaches Illustration at the University of Westminster. She also makes props for film and TV, including Harry Hill and Mitchell & Webb, specializing in buckets of poo and other comedy essentials. www.emmadodson.com

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