Iggy the Urk: BOOOM!: Book 4

Iggy the Urk: BOOOM!: Book 4

by Alan MacDonald, Mark Beech

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Overview

Old Grumbly, a massive volcano that looms over the Urk valley, has begun to rumble and many Urks fear The End of the World is nigh. They agree that the only way to avoid catastrophe is for someone to climb the volcano and make an offering to the ancestors. Preferably, this someone should be the Urk selected to succeed Chief Hammerhead at the momentous Anointing Ceremony . . . which just so happens to be Iggy. Now Borg can implement his latest plan to snatch control of the Urk tribe for himself, with the help of the Noneck tribe we met in the first book in the series, Oi, Caveboy!. It's time for Iggy to come up with a cunning plan.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781408825181
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 08/01/2011
Series: Iggy the Urk
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 7 Years

About the Author

Alan MacDonald started his working life in a travelling theatre company. In addition to writing and directing plays, Alan trained as a drama teacher. He has written stories and dramas for the BBC (both television and radio), as well as many children's books.

Mark Beech completed an art foundation course and a degree in textile design, working subsequently as a fabric designer then as a milliner. Mark has since returned to his roots to become a successful illustrator.
Alan MacDonald started his working life in a travelling theatre company. In addition to writing and directing plays, Alan trained as a drama teacher. He has written stories and dramas for the BBC (both television and radio), as well as many children's books. Alan lives in Nottingham.
Mark Beech completed an art foundation course and a degree in textile design, working subsequently as a fabric designer then as a milliner. Mark has since returned to his roots to become a successful illustrator. Mark lives in London.

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