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The World's Bellybutton

The Greek Gods Need a New Hero!

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The World's Bellybutton by Tanya Landman
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William Popidopolis is in a race against time in this comic adventure where mythology and reality collide! William travels to a Greek isle to meet his long-lost father. There he meets a talking swan, who is really Zeus, king of the gods - and he desperately needs William's help. The knot that ties the world together is slipping, and the planet is about to explode! Can they trick the Gorgons and retie the knot before it is too late?

Author Biography

Tanya Landman runs Storybox Theatre, a touring puppet theatre for children, with her husband Rod Burnett. She is the author of junior novels Waking Merlin, Merlin's Apprentice, The World's Bellybutton and The Kraken Snores as well as ten Poppy Fields murder mysteries and also, for younger children, the Flotsam and Jetsam series. In addition, Tanya has written three critically acclaimed novels for teenagers, Apache, The Goldsmith's Daughter and Buffalo Soldier - the last of which won the prestigious Carnegie Medal. Tanya has two sons and lives in Bideford, Devon. Ross Collins is an acclaimed author and illustrator, winner of the 1994 Macmillan Prize for Illustration. His popular children's titles include Germs, The Three Grumpies by Tamra Wright and the Little Hero series by John Grant. He lives in Glasgow.
Release date NZ
May 3rd, 2007
Author
Contributor
Illustrated by Ross Collins
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Walker Books Ltd
Pages
160
Dimensions
128x197x12
ISBN-13
9781406300895
Product ID
1640090

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