Andy Stanton  ·  Mr Gum and the Secret Hideout

Mr Gum and the Secret Hideout

Publishers

UK (C'wealth) Egmont Press
Finland Schildts & Soderstroms
France Bayard
Germany Patmos
Slovenia Mladinska
Sweden Argasso Bokforlag
Turkey Tudem

Rights

World Rights With UK Publisher
Film Rights Eve White

Classification

Age Range 8+
Category Fiction
ISBN-10: 1405253274
ISBN-13: 978-1405253277
Illustrator: David Tazzyman

ONE OF THE BOOKSELLER’S “TOP SELLERS” FOR OCTOBER

Good evening.Talking parrots in the rooftops? A giant cactus on the high street? Mosquitoes so nasty that even their own friends don’t like them?

Somethings gone terribly wrong in Lamonic Bibber… and Mr Gum is nowhere to be found.

Yes, folks, Polly and Friday are facing their biggest challenge yet. So strap yourselves in, cry ‘HI-HO-WEIRDY!’ and get ready for an adventure so crazy, your feet will melt with happiness

And I’m not just saying that, I’ve actually seen it happen. HOORAY!

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‘This secret hideout’s flippin’ brilliant!’ shouted Mr Gum as he paced up and down in his hobnail boots. ‘It’s got everythin’! Rats! Cockroaches! Pipes what keep drippin’ slime everywhere! An’ it stinks! It’s like what I always imagined Heaven would be! An’ best of all, no one’s ever gonna find us here!’

‘Yeah,’ agreed Mr Gum’s dreadful accomplice, a scrawny butcher by the name of Billy William the Third. Billy was standing by a great iron furnace, shovelling old bits of meat onto the flames. And not just any old old bits of meat, but the stalest, grubbiest, most appalling specimens imaginable. Strings of ancient entrails, withered old horse legs, rubbery turkey necks… On they all went, onto the flames. Billy was covered in soot and he was dripping with gobs of hot fat, but he hardly noticed. And why? I don’t know, I’m not him. He just didn’t.

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