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Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780552563598

Publication Date: 7 Jun 2012

Subject: Children's novels

Suitable for: Primary (Year 4)

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Luke and his friends try to save his village from being destroyed, by breaking 50 world records in one week

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Luke and his friends try to save his village from being destroyed, by breaking 50 world records in one week

Luke is a gifted but awkward ten-year-old who is obsessed with The Guinness Book of Records, and is nervous about starting senior school a year early as 'the swot with the dead Dad'.

When Luke's tiny, unique Jersey village is in danger of being bulldozed to the ground to make way for a waste incinerator plant, the only way to stop it is by putting the village on the map: by breaking 50 world records in a week.

With the help of geeky adjudicator Simon and a colourful cast of oddball village characters, this is Luke's chance to shine, to solve his mum's relationship problems, and to face his biggest fears - with bizarre, extraordinary consequences.

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JF
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Children's novels
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7 Jun 2012
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New in Paperback
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9780552563598
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Paperback
Pages
250
Width
129mm
Height
198mm
Weight
189g
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