Tom's mum is madly gathering stuff from around the house to sell off at a boot sale. Tom's worried she might get rid of some of his prized things, but then again he might make a little money selling his stuff to buy a scooter! Meanwhile, Business Day is coming up at school. Tom comes up with a brilliant idea for an item his team can sell for Business Day. But because he was busy doodling, Tom accidentally gets himself switched to another group. And Tom's sister Delia continues to be grumpy, but now she has a key to her bedroom. What is she keeping locked behind that door?
When L. PICHON was little she was very keen on drawing Walt Disney characters and making stuff out of clay. Her mum said she was very good at "making a mess." This is still true today. Liz kept on drawing and has been a freelance illustrator and writer for many years now. She has won several awards for her books. She lives with her family in Brighton, England. Please visit her at www.lizpichon.co.uk.
"Hilarious . . . the British answer to Pilkey's Captain Underpants . . . Give this book to any boy aged 7-10 and wait for the howls of laughter." -North Shore News, February 27th 2013.
"Readers nine to 12 will enjoy Tom's laugh-out-loud antics." -The Waterloo Record, March 1st 2013
"packed full of hours of excellent entertainment. It's a happy hybrid of text, cartoons, doodles, and games: readers are encouraged to join in the fun and doodle along with Tom." -National Reading Campaign, July 2nd 2015
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