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A funny adventure perfect for 8-12 year olds, with brilliant black and white illustrations throughout. If Peter Pan had been a girl... with a beard... then she'd have probably been called King Coo!! Meet our hero Ben Pole, he's on the run from Monty Grabbe when he discovers a forest with rope swings , water slides, a wombat called Herbert and best of all KING COO! But watch out - Cow-pat-a-pults to the ready!! Monty and his gang have a dastardly plan and Ben and Coo need to come up with their best invention yet...

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About Adam Stower

Adam Stower studied Illustration at the Norwich School of Art where he obtained a first class BA (Hons) degree, and then he went on to do a Masters degree in Narrative Illustration at Brighton University. Adam now lives and works in Brighton. This is his first picture book.

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