Author: Andy Griffiths
Publisher: Pan Australia
Release Date: 2007-11-10
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
THE BLOCKBUSTING CONCLUSION TO THE UNIVARSELY BESTSELLING BUM TRILOGY! Read the delightfully silly series that inspired the television animation. Zack Freeman and his bum thought their world-saving days were over - that is, until they are attacked by an army of Great White Bumosaurs from 65 million years ago! Along with some old friends, they must travel back in time to save the world - again - from the pongflict to end all pongflicts: Bumageddon! "Andy Griffiths is King of the Kids" - The Weekly Review
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (books not included). Pages: 24. Chapters: Aussie Bites, Novels by Andy Griffiths, Silver Brumby, Mary Poppins, Bumageddon: The Final Pongflict, Blinky Bill, The Magic Pudding, Seven Little Australians, The Day My Bum Went Psycho, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, Dot and the Kangaroo, Zombie Bums from Uranus, Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left, Playing Beatie Bow, Cairo Jim, Bottersnikes and Gumbles, Undone, Just Shocking!, People Might Hear You, Ten Things I Hate About Me, The Very Bad Book, Hills End, Tiger Tale, Storm Boy, Aussie Chomps, How to Make a Bird, The Naked Ghost, Burp! and Blue Jam, How Hedley Hopkins Did a Dare..., The Puggle Tales, Naughty Stories for Good Boys and Girls, The Poppykettle Papers, Hating Alison Ashley, Snap!, Pop!, The Underdog, Old Telly Time, Blind Trek, No Place for Grubbs!, Captain Clawbeak, Boots and All, Ash Road, Stella by the Sea. Excerpt: The Silver Brumby series is a collection of children's books by Australian author Elyne Mitchell. They recount the life and adventures of Thowra, a magnificent pale brumby stallion, and his descendants, and are set in the Snowy Mountains region of Australia. A wise cream mare, mother of Thowra and good friends with Mirri, Storm's mother. Bel Bel runs with the stallion Yarraman, and in some cases is entrusted to go ahead and guide. Bel Bel, like Thowra, is fearful of people, although in her case because she had always been hunted for her unusual colouration. She showed her son Thowra the ways of the hunted life, passing all her wisdom to him, which in turn Thowra passed down to his mare, Boon Boon, his daughter, Kunama, and his grandson, Baringa. He also tried to pass it down to his son, Lightning, and one of his favorite mares, Golden. Bel Bel is ofte described as a 'lone wolf' and dies on her own on the Ramshead Range, after one final chase. Thowra is...
Author: Andy Griffiths
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Release Date: 2002
Zack’s bottom has run away to join the great bum rebellion. But Zack’s not taking such bare-faced cheek lying down. He joins Eleanor the Bum Hunter as she braves the Brown Forest and faces a butt-filled bumcano, determined to track down the cheeky behinds and get to the bottom of their bad behaviour. But the united bums, led by the odorous Great White Bum, get wind of their plan – and a butt battle to end all butt battles must follow! A hilarious, comic action thriller, pun-packed and pacy!
An alien army of killer mutant zombie bums is headed for Earth. Their mission? Total zombie-bummification of the planet. Who else could be behind a plan to stink out the entire solar system but the Great White Bum? Luckily, the dastardly derriere holds no fear for Zack. Armed with little more than a squeezy bottle of tomato sauce, Zack gets set to follow his destiny and save the world. It’s dirty work, but someone’s got to do it! A hilarious, comic action thriller, pun-packed and pacy!
It's an encyclopedia ... all about Andy! The Andypedia is a complete guide to every book, every story and every character in the world of Andy Griffiths' books. It's also a complete guide to everything you ever wanted to know about Andy himself – including the answers to questions people are always asking him, like "How old were you when you started writing?" and "How many books have you actually written?" and "Where do you get your ideas from?" and "Did all that stuff really happen to you?" and "Was Danny Pickett really your best friend?" and "Were you really in love with Lisa Mackney?" and "Did your bum really grow arms and legs and run away?"
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