Monster Max and the Bobble Hat of Forgetting
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Monster Max and the Bobble Hat of Forgetting


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Max is just an ordinary, slightly scruffy boy, until he burps, when he turns into a huge monster, with teeth like swords, who can jump over buildings, roar and eat whole dustbins. It's great being a monster whose aim is to 'protect and do good stuff' until Max sneezes, when he turns back into a boy again, sometimes far from home and dressed only in his pants.
But something starts causing a lot of damage in his quiet suburb and it isn't Max. Trailed by his nemesis, Peregrine, a boy his age who has invented a POOP (portable operating omni prison) machine to catch the monster, Max has to find the real culprit before Peregrine catches him...

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This is Book 1 in the Monster Max Series. See all Monster Max books here.

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This is Max. Everything normal here. Nothing weird about Max.

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  • ‘This is a monsterific romp of a read that had me howling with laughter. Max is a loveable hero and Frankenstein the cat deserves his own series quite frankly! Monster Max and the Bobble Hat of Forgetting is an unforgettable, hugely funny read.’ Swapna Haddow, author of Dave Pigeon
  • ‘I had a fab time reading this! It’s fabulously silly fun – gloriously anarchic and monstrously funny! I loved the reluctant developing friendship between the boys as well. Very nicely done! Kids will love it … although it was right up my street too!’ Simon James Green, author of Noah Can’t Even and Llama Glamarama
  • ‘Bonkers from start to finish. And I mean that in a GOOD way.’ Philip Ardagh, author of The Grunts series ‘I really enjoyed Monster Max & the Bobble Hat of Forgetting, a funnily monstrous & monstrously funny adventure.’ Gareth P Jones, author of Dragon Detectives series
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About Robin Bennett

Robin Bennett has written several books for children under the 'nom de plume' RS Harding, and one on his life as an entrepreneur, Start up Smart. Aged 21 he was all set to become a cavalry officer and aged 21 and a half, he found himself working as an assistant grave digger in south London wondering where it all went wrong. He founded London Tutors aged 23 a

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