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The Day I Started a Mega Robot Invasion

By Tom McLaughlin
Illustrated by Tom McLaughlin

A nine-year-old inventor is about to have her worst day ever in this laugh-a-minute mega-robot adventure!

Molly should be doing her homework, but instead, she builds a robot to do it for her. The robot is pretty clever ... so clever that it decides to make another robot. Then that robot makes another one. Before long, an army of slightly-too-clever-for-their-own-good robots are running around town causing chaos. But when robot number one gets wind of Molly’s plan to shut them down, the mechanical army set out to get rid of the humanoid once and for all. Now, Molly must race against time to stop the mega-robot invasion … and hand in her homework!

  • The fourth book in this fresh and funny series about sky-high scenarios with hilarious consequences and mega-robots, by an award-winning author/illustrator.
  • A larger than life adventure perfect for emerging readers, packed with hilarious illustrations, wonderfully wacky characters and bonus activity content.
  • Praise for The Day That Aliens (Nearly) Ate our Brains: "Full of adventure and terrifically gigglesome." Alex T. Smith

About the author

Having started life as a political cartoonist and then an animator, Tom McLaughlin is now best-known for his picture books, including The Diabolical Mr Tiddles, The Story Machine and The Cloudspotter. His first novel, The Accidental Prime Minister was shortlisted for twelve regional UK prizes. Tom's latest illustrated novels for young children include The Day That Aliens (Nearly) Ate our Brains and The Day That I Became the Most Wanted Boy in the World. Find out more at www.tommclaughlin.co.uk

ISBN: 9781406389647
Imprint: Walker
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Paperback
Release Date: March 1, 2020
Dimensions: 129 x 198mm, 176pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $12.99
New Zealand RRP: $14.99
Stock Level: Not Yet Published

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