My Life & Other Weaponised Muffins by Tristan Bancks

My Life & Other Weaponised Muffins

byTristan BancksIllustratorGus Gordon

Paperback | November 1, 2017

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Have you ever been trapped inside a runaway car? Have you broken a world record? Is there someone in your class who will stop at nothing to kiss you? Have you ever tricked your dog into doing your homework? Or found something seriously disgusting in your food? Have you sold head lice for fun and profit? Or has your mom ever used raspberry and white chocolate muffins as weapons of minor destruction? I’m Tom Weekly, and all of these things have happened to me. I’ve captured them here in stories, jokes, cartoons, quizzes, and lists. Believe me, real life is weirder than anything you can make up.

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Tristan Bancks is the author of a number of books for kids and teens, including the Mac Slater Coolhunter series. Gus Gordon has written and illustrated more than 70 books for children.
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Title:My Life & Other Weaponised MuffinsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:November 1, 2017Publisher:Penguin Random House AustraliaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143781065

ISBN - 13:9780143781066

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"A laugh-out-loud look at a boy's imagination with all of the bravado and cringe-worthy moments that readers might expect. . . . a good choice for reluctant readers. . . . another pick for readers looking for Diary of a Wimpy Kid read-alikes."  —School Library Journal on My Life and Other Stuff I Made Up