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The Great Dream Robbery
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The Great Dream Robbery (Hardback)

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A brand-new adventure beyond your wildest dreams, from the bestselling authors of KID NORMAL.



Unlike most 12 year-olds, Maya Clayton is desperate to go to bed early. Falling asleep is the only chance she has to save her dad - the brilliant but slightly odd Professor Dexter.



The Professor invented a device that allows you to visit other people's dreams. But the devious Lilith Delamere has trapped him inside a nightmare and Maya and the mysterious Dream Bandits must find a way to rescue him before it's too late!



Maya will face a dangerous journey and some difficult choices. But sometimes all you need is a dream . . . and a bit of courage.



Featuring a hospital heist, some banana-loving llamas and a talking cat called Bin Bag, this is one mind-bending adventure you won't want to wake up from.

Children'sFiction & true storiesAdventure storiesCrime & mystery fictionChildren'sFiction & true storiesHumorous stories Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK Publication Date: 16/09/2021 ISBN-13: 9780241470510  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Greg James (Author) Greg James is an award-winning author and broadcaster, best known for hosting the Radio 1 Breakfast Show, the Tailenders cricket podcast and for creating the Kid Normal series with his pal Chris Smith. Unlike Chris, he didn't win any writing awards as a child but did once meet the Chuckle Brothers in Weymouth and got their autograph. He lives with his wife Bella and their dog Barney (who's staring at him as he writes this) in north London. Chris Smith (Author) Chris Smith has dreamed of being an author ever since he was 8 and won a competition with his story Where Are The Brandy Snaps? He's also an award-winning journalist and broadcaster, known to listeners of BBC Radio 1 as Chris Smith With The News for what are hopefully obvious reasons. Oh, and he once featured on a George Michael song; if you give him a biscuit he'll tell you all about it. Chris lives in north London with his wife, their son and a cat called Mabel who can travel through time.

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