Gruesome Grown-ups

Gruesome Grown-ups : Cautionary Tales for Lovers of Squeam!

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Grizzliness is out there. Every child has the makings of mischievousness, and can be lured into committing dastardly deeds. The six stories in each of the Grizzly Tales books show the rise and hard fall of vile and villainous children. In this book, parents and teachers are to blame for the murk and misery of the children's lives. Luckily, there are top tips for dealing with gruesome grown-ups - although no child is clever enough to defeat the Darkness completely ...Stories: Jamie's School Dinners, Silence is Golden and The Tailor of Pelting Moorshow more

Product details

  • 7+
  • Downloadable audio file
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged
  • 0752890263
  • 9780752890265

About Jamie Rix

After two years at The Royal Court Theatre in London, Jamie Rix moved into television in 1986 as a director, writer and producer. He has worked on a wide variety of programmes - the BAFTA nominated Alas Smith and Jones, British Comedy Award winning Faith in the Future and the superhero BBC sitcom My Hero. Rupert has read over thirty audiobooks from authors such as Peter Carey, Haruki Murakami, Peter Temple and Franz Kafka to children's authors such as Jamie Rix, Derek Landy, Chris Ryan and Darren Shan - he also provided the voice of Pantalaimon in Philip Pullman's Northern Lights. His animation work includes Mr Bean, Robotboy, Bob the Builder, Chop Socky Chooks and the Oscar nominated Badgered and he has also performed in over forty radio productions, including The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Glittering Prizes, Jack Rosenthal's Last Act and The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. Rupert also appears on television and on stage, most notably in the West End productions of Stones in His Pockets and The 39 Steps.show more