It's the summer holidays - AT LAST. Now Danny Dingle can be a full-time super-inventor without boring, pointless school getting in the way. HURRAH!!!
With a sci-fi convention and a flying machine competition on the horizon, Danny and Percy are desperate to finally get noticed by Metal Face. But Mum is plotting against them at every turn. (Trust her to want a summer of peace and quiet!)
Suddenly only one question is important: is summer camp as HORRIBLE as it sounds?
Part of a three book series full of expressive fonts and comic-style illustrations, Danny Dingle's Fantastic Finds is perfect for reluctant readers and fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Aimed at kids aged 7+, there's even more fun when you head to www.sweetcherrypublishing.com to discover online activity packs.CPSIA choking hazard - No choking hazard warning necessary|EU Toy Safety Directive - No warning
Angie Lake is a freelance writer with a background in the Spanish music industry. Born in the UK and raised on the Spanish Costa Blanca, Angie travelled extensively before settling in Barcelona, where she studied Psychology and began her writing career in the Spanish national music press. Angie also writes novels and children's fiction.