Laugh your head off in this second adventure in the bestselling, highly acclaimed Grimwood series. Your favourite fox cub siblings Ted and Nancy are back with an all-new wildly funny story that will have children (and their grown-ups) begging for more. Perfect for readers age 7+, and fans of Dog Man, Roald Dahl, David Walliams, Loki, Bunny vs Monkey and anyone who likes to laugh.
Ted and Nancy love their new life in Grimwood – the forest where anything can happen. But the dastardly mayor of neighbouring town Twinklenuts is on a mission to take over Grimwood and kick everyone out. Ted and Nancy must muster up bags of courage, rally their friends, and show off their treebonking skills to save the home they’ve grown to love.
Fully illustrated throughout and full of heart, laughs and surprises, this is the must-read second title in the bestselling and fantastically funny Grimwood series. Grimwood: Attack of the Stink Monster! the must-read third Grimwood adventure OUT NOW!Nadia Shireen has won awards for her picture books including the UKLA Book Award for Good Little Wolf and most recently for Barbara Throws a Wobbler, which has been described as a ‘little doorway of joy’ by Caitlin Moran. She’s also been shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, and has been Writer-Illustrator in Residence for BookTrust.
Grimwood is her first series for older readers. Praise for Grimwood:’Grimwood is where I want to be. A carnival of crazed confused comical critters that is more real than real life.
Lots of things make me laugh but Grimwood makes me laugh out loudest.’ Frank Cottrell-Boyce’The inside of Nadia Shireen’s brain must be a fun place to be because there are SO MANY funny jokes and hilarious moments in Grimwood: Let the Fur Fly! GO read it now!’ Maisie Chan, author of Branford Boase winning Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths ‘Funny, anarchic, original and gloriously silly.’ Richard Osman’Pure genius!’ Louie Stowell’Ted and Nancy are my favourite funny foxes EVER.’ Liz Pichon, author of Tom Gates