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  • Published: 3 September 2018
  • ISBN: 9780143789031
  • Imprint: RHA eBooks Child
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

Mr Bambuckle's Remarkables Go Wild

Australia's funniest new author for kids is back with a fresh batch of stories about the mysterious Mr Bambuckle and the class of room 12B.

Meet your new assistant principal – Miss Frost!
Uh-oh, that's not good.
At least we're away on camp.
Mr Bambuckle lets us eat marshmallows before dinner!
Is that a spark-maker beetle?
Shh! What was that noise?

The class in room 12B are having fun in the wilderness. Until Miss Frost crashes camp . . .

  • Pub date: 3 September 2018
  • ISBN: 9780143789031
  • Imprint: RHA eBooks Child
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

About the Author

Tim Harris

Tim Harris is one of the most exciting children’s authors in Australia. His first series of books, Exploding Endings, will have primary-aged readers both captivated and laughing out loud. The first book in the series, Painted Dogs & Doom Cakes, was awarded Honour Book at the 2017 KOALAs. His second series, Mr Bambuckle’s Remarkables, contains his trademark quirkiness, mixed with a touch of poignancy.

A former primary school teacher of 15 years, and advocate for creativity and short stories, Tim’s presentations and workshops are dynamic and entertaining. He is a sought-after presenter, having worked in over a hundred schools in 2016 and 2017 alone.

Tim lives in Sydney with his wife and three young children.

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Praise for Mr Bambuckle's Remarkables Go Wild

“Kids in my readership have been gobbling up the first two in this series and I can guarantee they will be grabbing this one as quickly as they can as well! Highly recommended for kids (OK yes and grownups) who love to laugh at complete absurdity!”

Sue Warren, losangzopa.wordpress.com

“These books are loads of fun and I can see why they are hugely popular. There are commonalities between the books that young readers will love. From the witty humour and free flowing prose, to the individual stories of characters and hilarious conversations between characters, these are fun, interactive reads.”

Liz Derouet, lizderouet.wordpress.com

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