Tyger Pants 2: Count Tarantula

Tyger Pants 2: Count Tarantula

by Royston Wood

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Overview

Tyger Pants 2: Count Tarantula by Royston Wood

Fast paced adventure written for reluctant readers

Cast into a terrifying library dimension where stories take place for real, Tyger had to fight his way through an army of werebeast to get back home. Now he is going back for more…

Written for reluctant readers, The Tyger Pants series has a a simple, linear plot line that is easy to follow. It is written in the first person, present tense to put the reader right in the middle of the action, creating a sense of urgency and excitement that keeps the pages turning and helping more reluctant readers engage with the story.

Part of a series. If you enjoy Count Tarantula why not try the first book in the Tyger Parts series: Cretin the Cruel.

Review comments for Tyger Pants:

'An action packed, thriller of a ride, non-stop, scary adventure splattered with funny bits that make you laugh out loud.'

'A great book here that will keep young readers turning the page, there isn't time for them to get bored.

'Zany, crazy, different.'

'A must read.'

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152386929
Publisher: Royston Wood
Publication date: 10/01/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 5 - 11 Years

About the Author

As a child I was a reluctant reader. I didn't see it as reluctance, I just didn't see the point: there were comics and a picture is worth a thousand words right? I am now an avid reader and regret missing out on so many good stories as a child. Fortunately, with children of my own, I'm now managing to catch up, reading stories to them every night before bed. There isn't anything quite like a good book to let you escape from the world for a while. True, films are great, but they don't engage you as much as a book. A well written book will get your imagination working, filling the story with colour and energy: a film is a depiction of somebody else's imagination. In fact, I enjoy reading stories to my children so much, I started to write my own. And bearing in mind my own reluctance to read as a child I have written them to be as engaging as possible, to draw the reluctant reader into a land of imagination and discovery.

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