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Eric Wishbone and the Frozen Earth

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A lighthearted children's story for 8-12 year olds about a diabolical School Principal gaining power over Earth using mind-controlling ice cream, a boy called Eric Wishbone who has to save the world from freezing over, a Solar Bear from the other side of the sun and a toothless dog named Dracula. Eric Wishbone's Head Teacher, Miss Isle, has gone completely bonkers! She wan ...more
Paperback, 230 pages
Published November 16th 2013 by Little London Press
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Kathryn Svendsen
Miss Isle, the Head Teacher at Eric Wishbone’s school conceives of a plan to make every child in the school a well-behaved child. Her plan morphs into controlling the town, then the world. Eric and his two friends Freddie and Bobbie are the only ones in the world who manage to escape the mind control and it’s up to them to save the world.

This is a wacky fantastical tale about three boys saving the world from freezing over when their head teacher tries to freeze the sun so she can make more mind-
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Since leaving a world of suits and shiny shoes to become a full time writer, I have written plays, short stories, poems and even a pantomime. I try to be funny at least three times a week (four times if nobody is looking).
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