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PESTS

PESTS

‘Riotously funny, with enough expressive drawings and poo jokes to delight Pig fans as well as new readers’ – The Guardian

When the lights go off, the PESTS come out! The laugh-out-loud new series from the author/illustrator of the bestselling DIARY OF PIG series and DADDY FARTYPANTS. With amazing GLOW IN THE DARK cover, and a hidden message for young pests to find.

Meet Stix, the tiny but heroic mouse who might be living behind your washing machine. But is he naughty enough to join the PESTS?

Stix is the size of an egg cup, can jump the width of a dog’s bottom, and LOVES cheese. That’s because Stix is a mouse. He probably lives behind your washing machine, but you wouldn’t know it, because his grandma taught him to always stay out of trouble and NEVER let the humans know he’s there. But now Stix has stumbled across PESTS – the Peewit Educatorium for Seriously Terrible Scoundrels – in the basement of his building, and along with a whole host of new pesty friends (and enemies), he’s about to rip up Grandma’s rule book and make a REAL pest of himself…
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Children's / Teenage Fiction & True Stories / Animal Stories (children's

On Sale: 2nd April 2020

Price: £6.99

ISBN-13: 9781444949636

Reviews

Full of mischief and fun
Charlotte Heathcote, Sunday Express, S Magazine
Stamp brings the same militant, irreverent energy to this book that she did with her Diary of Pig series. Those with a scatological sense of humour...will find Pests particularly entertaining.
James Lovegrove, Financial Times
Hilarious and full of warmth... this adventure will appeal to all kinds of readers.
BookTrust
A mountain of mischief and lashings of fun
Pam Norfolk, Blackpool Gazette
a hilarious story, with charming illustrations, disgusting moments and plenty of fun to keep young readers engaged.
The Scotsman
riotously funny
The Guardian
I laughed out loud at this clever book.
The School Librarian