Doughnut Danger

Doughnut Danger : Beautiful Translations

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They're back! Ricky and his rat gang are back, and they're out for revenge! But Molly, Mel and Max mice have beaten the rats before and they can do it again, so when the gangsters break into the mice's fantastic new home - a doughnut factory - they're in for trouble...Beginner readers will relish this fast-paced, action-packed and very funny battle between goodies and baddies in this hilarious spoof gangster adventure.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 150 x 210 x 5mm | 99.79g
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 0753411393
  • 9780753411391

Table of contents

Mapping translations; Madame at carnival in Cologne; Madame searching for the right direction, without seeing the beauty of the city; "it" carrying the inferno; Gaugin; honey and alchemy; Willem de Kooning; places to remember; Francis Bacon and the colony room; red cow effect; wet and dry; axis; the awakening conscience; TAC; Andrew Benjamin - object painting; crystal aquarium.
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About Anthony Masters

Anthony Masters was an extremely successful children's book writer with many titles to his credit. These include Bullies Don't Hurt (Viking/Puffin) which was recently Waterstone's Book of The Month, Wicked (Orchard) and Ghost Blades (Mammoth) which were selected by The Book Trust for their 100 best books 1998 edition. Anthony frequently worked in schools and with groups of children, and was well-known for his 'Book Explosions', hugely popular workshops combining drama with reading. Chris Fisher is a favourite illustrator of children's books. His titles include Nonsense Nursery Rhymes, which won the Gold Award in the Play and Learn Awards and Snowdragon, which was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Award. Hammy House of Horror was highly commended in the Sheffield Children's Book Award. Chris Fisher lives in Bristol.
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