How To Beat Genghis Khan in an Arm Wrestle
Join three friends as they use their imagination, settle playground scores and alter the entire course of history in the process! Sid's schoolyard nemesis, Zachary Black, has stolen the most awesome comic Sid and his evil-genius neighbour, the Mighty Professor Skeletron, have ever made. Zachary sets Sid a challenge u beat him in an arm wrestle and the comic is theirs once again. Sid and Skeletron calculate Sid's chance of victory as 1 in 10 so they create a Time Rescrambler in order to allow Sid to take the challenge ten times . . . and eventually win! But on one occasion, Sid's sister, Wendy, hits the rewind button too hard and the trio are transported to the Mongolian plains in the year 1180. To make matters worse, the device falls into the hands of a great warrior. Will they save the world, or will life as we know it no longer exist?
- Electronic book text | 176 pages
- 29 Aug 2016
- Random House Australia
- Random House Australia Children's Books
About Nick Falk
Nick Falk (Author) Nick Falk is a practising psychologist who lives with his wife and two young boys in Tasmania. Originally from the UK, Nick worked and travelled in the US, India and China before finally arriving in Australia. Nick first picked up a pen age seven, and has been writing ever since. He originally wrote stories for adults, but found his true literary love when he started making up stories for his children. Five years later, it was time to start writing some of them down! In addition to Troggle the Troll, a picture book about people-munching beasties, Nick has authored two series of books for children aged 6 to 9, Saurus Street' and Billy Is a Dragon.' Tony Flowers (Illustrator) Tony Flowers loves to draw and is an internationally acclaimed illustrator and artist. His drawings are loved in Japan for their detail and humour and he has won an award in the USA for his street chalk art. Tony has a Masters degree in Visual Communication. He has illustrated six books in the popular Saurus Street series and his most highly valued prize to date has been from the Oshima Picture Book Museum in Toyama, Japan, for his hand made pop-up book Gai