Agatha Parrot and the Odd Street Ghost (#6)
If you like Mr Gum, Tom Gates or Wimpy Kid, you'll love Agatha Parrot! It was a dark and stormy night and someone or something was ringing the bell in the school clock tower! It got worse when we saw a horrible face glowing in the window eeeky freak! But there's no such thing as ghosts...or is there? There was only one way to find out. We all spent a night in the school hall keeping watch, and that's when things got even stranger ...wooo! Join Agatha and her brilliant friends for loads of laughs and adventure. And don't miss her other five books too!
'Fans of Mr Gum will love this.' TBK Magazine 'Enormous fun.' The Bookbag
When Kjartan was young he used to play pianos, present tv science shows and invent puzzles. After that he wrote the Murderous Maths books along with lots of other books about magic, space and pants. Then when he got old, a girl called Agatha Parrot started telling him about life at Odd Street School, so now he just types it all out and that's why you're reading this. He has two old pinball tables, about seven guitars and lots of dangerous old music synthesisers and can't play any of them. 'Agatha Parrot and the Floating Head' was Overall Winner of the Sheffield Children's Book Awards 2012. He has also written 'Agatha Parrot and the Mushroom Boy', 'Agatha Parrot and the Zombie Bird', 'Agatha Parrot and the Heart of Mud' and 'Agatha Parrot and the Thirteenth Chicken'.