Stop Press: The Loch Ness Monster has appeared again! When Henry the ghost reads this headline in his bath one day, he decides to take all his friends on a trip to Scotland to try and see the Loch Ness Monster. The ghostly friends are welcomed into a haunted Scottish castle by a ghost named McShortbread, and travel out by boat every day trying to photograph the monster, without success. Or so they think, until they get home and the photographs come back from the developers...
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Four adventurous ghosts set off to look for the elusive Loch Ness Monster. Properly prepared with cameras and binoculars – as well as a good supply of food and drink and fishing rods for whiling away the boring wait – the four settle down to some serious monster spotting. Alas! Their luck is out. The holiday must end and they haven’t seen the monster appear. Or have they? Readers can enjoy the joke of seeing what the ghosts cannot in this charming and original story. (Book Ahead 0-7 )About the Author:
Jacques Duquennoy studied Fine Art at the University of Paris and went on to establish a writing and illustration workshop where he produced materials for use in schools. He also worked as a primary school teacher before his first picture book was published by Albin Michel in 1994. He now has 34 titles published in 12 countries.
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Descripción Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2005. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1845074483