Dimensions: 464 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.8 in
Published: January 3, 2012
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1442433078
ISBN - 13: 9781442433076
About the Book
This time the adventure includes aliens, disappearing socks, an American Idol style talent show, and a plot to takeover the world . . . nothing that some well-timed farts can't help fix.
Read from the Book
World War and Hiccups IT WAS NIGHTTIME in Oslo, Norway, and it was snowing. Big, seemingly innocent snowflakes wafted down from the sky to land on the city’s roofs, streets, and parks. A weatherperson would surely have explained to you that the snowflakes were just frozen rain, which came from the clouds, but the fact is that no one really knows for sure. Snowflakes could, for example, come from the moon, which was visible through gaps in the cloud cover and cast a magical light down over the sleeping city. The snow crystals that hit the asphalt in front of Town Hall melted immediately and ran off as water into the nearest manhole cover, dripping through its openings down into a pipe that led directly into the sewer network that crisscrossed back and forth down there, deep below Oslo. No one was really sure what was actually down there in that sewer world, but if you were so dumb and brave as to climb down there on this December night, remain completely still, and hold your breath, you would hear a few strange things. Water dripping, sewage gurgling, rats rustling, a frog croaking. And—if you were really unlucky—the sound of a couple of massive jaws that creaked open into a mouth the size of an inflatable swim ring, the sound of anaconda saliva dripping, and then an ear-splitting snap as the orifice slammed shut. After that, it was guaranteed to be complete silence for you, my unlucky friend. But seeing as you weren’t so unlucky, you would have heard o
From the Publisher
Doctor Proctor, the kids, and the famous fart powder are back for another wildly funny adventure!
Nilly, Lisa, and Doctor Proctor are too busy inventing things to watch TV. They’re missing out on the hot singing competition. But then Nilly and Lisa notice that their friends and family are acting really weird. And the only people acting weird…are the ones watching TV.
What’s going on is WAY bigger than a singing competition. It could mean the end of the world.
Or an SBD could save everything!
Let ’er rip.
About the Author
Jo Nesbø is the most successful Norwegian author of all time. His books are published in twenty-five different languages globally, and he is widely recognized as one of Europe’s foremost crime writers. This is his first children’s book.
Mike Lowery’s work has been in galleries and publications worldwide and he is currently working on several books for children. He lives with his family in Atlanta, Georgia. Visit him at ArgyleAcademy.com.
"Large helpings of whimsy, humerous black-and-white illustrations, and the occasional fart joke, provide plenty of silliness."
-Booklist, January 2012