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Chester Parsons is Not a Gorilla

Chester Parsons is Not a Gorilla

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ISBN
9780571332236
Published
07/03/2019
9780571332236
Format
Paperback
Price
£7.99
Paperback
336

About the Book

When Chester discovers he can mind jump, his sister Amy wastes no time in putting his new skills to work boosting the viewing figures on her video blog. And when a TV company takes them global, he does his most daring mind jump yet, into the brain of Tito the gorilla. The trouble is, when he tries to return to his own body – it’s gone!

Has it been stolen? But who would want it, and why? And how come Chester suddenly has the urge to search Amy’s hair for fleas? The quest to find the answers takes him on a journey beyond his wildest imagination…

A fast-paced, mind-boggling and hilarious yet thought-provoking read from the author of The Imagination Box series.

When Chester discovers he can mind jump, his sister Amy wastes no time in putting his new skills to work boosting the viewing figures on her video blog. And when a TV company takes them global, he does his most daring mind jump yet, into the brain of Tito the gorilla. The trouble is, when he tries to return to his own body – it’s gone!Has it been stolen? But who would want it, and why? And how come Chester suddenly has the urge to search Amy’s hair for fleas? The quest to find the answers takes him on a journey beyond his wildest imagination…A fast-paced, mind-boggling and hilarious yet thought-provoking read from the author of The Imagination Box series.
  • Martyn Ford

    Martyn Ford is a 28-year-old journalist from Hampshire, where he writes for the Bordon Herald. His first book, It Happened to Me, a collection of shocking true stories, was published in 2010 by Summersdale. In 2011 Martyn's TV script was in the finals of the BBC Laughing Stock Competition and he has since been in talks with the BBC about his writing. This is his first story for young readers (9+).

“Funny and surreal! My class have often gasped, laughed, and chuckled as I read this story to them. The storyline feels unusually unique! A great read!”
- Harriers, age 7 to 9, Toppsta
“I would certainly recommend it to anyone aged 9+ as it is great fun and highly engaging.”
- Edie May, age 11, Toppsta

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