Duncan Versus the Googleys

screamed a chorus of children, and on screen was a strange new toy. It looked like a fat, orange, cross-eyed weasel, not a patch on a Poo-Chipet. “My Googley, sooo cool!” yelled a boy, thrusting his toy out at Duncan.

Duncan Versus the Googleys

A quirky and hilarious debut about scheming old ladies, mechanical monsters and fearless children from an award-winning illustrator Summer is not looking good for Duncan. His parents have left him with his Great Aunt Harriet at Arthritis Hall, a retirement community of rude old ladies who confiscate his games, stuff him in a windowless room and just want him to keep quiet. When Duncan meets Ursula, the caretaker's daughter, he begins to discover the diabolical secrets that lurk in the shadows of Arthritis Hall. Soon, the two children find themselves embroiled in a plot involving bizarre electronic creatures and acts of ingenious thievery, in an attempt to outwit a fiendish group of eldery criminal masterminds. Kate Milner is a writer and illustrator based in Bedfordshire with her husband and son. In her career she has painted pub signs and made prints, been a teacher and a carer. When working at her local library, she fell in love with children's books and went on to become an illustrator, winning the Klaus Fugge Award for her picture book My Name is Not Refugee. Duncan Versus the Googleys is her first novel.

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