SPACEBOY

SPACEBOY

SPACEBOY

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Published: 29 September, 2022
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Go back to the Space Race with No.1 bestselling author David Walliams for a breathless cinematic adventure full of mystery, action, laughs and surprises - and a secret that could change the course of history...

America. The 1960s.

Stuck on a remote farm with her awful aunt, twelve-year-old orphan Ruth spends every night gazing at the stars, dreaming of adventure.

One night she spots a flying saucer blazing across the sky... before crash-landing in a field. When the spaceship opens and reveals a mysterious alien, all Ruth's dreams come true.

But does this visitor from another planet have a giant secret?

Spaceboy is a hilarious and action-packed tale for readers in any solar system.

David Walliams was most recently Children's #1 bestseller with The World's Worst Pets (TCM chart: 30 April 2022)

"An epic adventure that's out of this world as a space-obsessed girl in 1960s America spots a flying saucer in trouble" Waterstones Best Books of the Year 2022

PRAISE FOR DAVID WALLIAMS:

"Dahl finally has a worthy successor" Telegraph

"His books are a breath of wonderful fresh air" Sun

"Walliams understands something crucial about children and stories" Metro

"A great comic tale... Walliams is a natural wit" Evening Standard

"Well written, funny, touching" Observer

"A passionate celebration of individuality" Telegraph

"Charming, funny" The Times

"Has a lovely, Dahlian fluency to it" Time Out

David Walliams is a literary phenomenon whose books have sold more than 50 million copies worldwide and have been translated into fifty-five languages.

Adam Stower is an author and illustrator, who has collaborated with David Walliams on several of his books for children.

Type Book
ISBN 9780008467197
Number Of Pages 368
Item Weight 480 g
Product Dimensions 141 x 222 x 34 mm
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
Format Hardback