Planet Omar: Unexpected Super Spy

Planet Omar: Unexpected Super Spy: Book 2

Children's, Age 9-12
Paperback Published on: 06/02/2020
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Welcome back to Planet Omar! The second book in Zanib Mian's laugh-out-loud series, with amazing cartoon-style illustrations from Nasaya Mafaridik. Perfect for fans of Tom Gates and Wimpy Kid.

* Chosen asThe Times Children's Book of the Week: 'Mian's gentle mixing of humour and Muslim tradition is fresh and necessary' *

Omar and his friends have been saving up their pocket money for ages so they can have the world's most epic Nerf Blaster battle. But when Omar discovers that his mosque is in trouble, they decide to donate their pennies to help save it.

Then they try to raise some more money by:
Doing some chores (boorrring)
Selling some home-made cookies (deeelicious)
Holding a talent contest (YESSSSSSS)

Everything goes PERFECTLY until the money mysteriously goes missing. Can they work out who has taken it in time to stop the mosque closing down?

And what exactly is Omar's sister Maryam hiding in her room...?

*Zanib Mian is a World Book Day author for 2021 with her Planet Omar title, Operation Kind.*

Have you read the first book in the series, Accidental Trouble Magnet? Love Reading 4 Kids called it 'irresistible reading'!

  • Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
  • ISBN: 9781444951271
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Weight: 200g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 24 mm

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Planet Omar: Unexpected Super Spy
Gentle adventure story for children
Omar and his friends also have a mystery to solve. They have decided to save their pocket money so that they can all get super-duper Nerf Blasters and have... READ MORE
Jane Skudder
Planet Omar: Unexpected Super Spy
This series should be in every school library!
Another great Omar adventure. This time Omar and his friends work together to raise money for his local mosque which is in danger of closing down. The adve... READ MORE
Caitlyn Gilbert