How Harry Riddles Totally Went Wild (Shoutykid, Book 4) by Simon MayleHow Harry Riddles Totally Went Wild (Shoutykid, Book 4) by Simon Mayle

How Harry Riddles Totally Went Wild (Shoutykid, Book 4)

bySimon Mayle

Paperback | July 19, 2016

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The funniest kid in fiction aka SHOUTYKID is back and has more to shout about than ever!When he's packed off on a school trip to 'Adventure Camp' for half term Harry is less than thrilled. He'd planned to spend his holiday shooting zombies, not kayaking, abseiling and perfecting his archery skills! Even worse than all the outdoor activities, Harry's been put in a dorm with his arch-nemesis Ed Bigstock!!! And if Ed finds out Harry's deepest secret - that he's afraid of the dark - he'll have a whole lot more to deal with.Follow Harry's hilarious ups and downs told through laugh-out-loud letters, emails, texts and more!
Simon Mayle grew up in the USA but now lives in Cornwall with his wife and their own Shoutykids. He works in film and TV and amongst his credits are 'THERE'S ONLY ONE JIMMY GRIMBLE' - winner of a Brown Bear at Berlin Film Festival, Golden Griffin at Giffoni, best feature at Vienna and best feature at Kyoto.
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Title:How Harry Riddles Totally Went Wild (Shoutykid, Book 4)Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pagesPublished:July 19, 2016Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0008158886

ISBN - 13:9780008158880

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Totally awesome.the trials of Harry Riddles life are laugh out loud funny. I could not stop laughing. Go out and grab a copy you won't be disappointed.Leia, age 10If you like Diary of a Wimpy Kid or Tom Gates you will like this book. it's really funny and it made me laugh.Isaac , age 8Unlike any book I've ever read. I loved it!Sam, age 10Awesome, epic, funny and entertaining. I love the way the book is written in the form of letters and emails and texts. I hope that the author writes lots more adventures for Harry.William, age 9