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The Midnight Gang

By David Walliams | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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The much anticipated new book from bestselling phenomenon David Walliams. Packed with excitement, adventure, hilarity and heart, this is the must-have book for kids this Christmas.

Format
Paperback
Release Date
03 Nov 2016
Author(s)
David Walliams
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780008188573
Dimensions
135mm x 216mm
Pages
416
Format
Paperback
Release Date
03 Nov 2016
Author(s)
David Walliams
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780008188573
Dimensions
135mm x 216mm
Pages
416

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31 Mar 2017

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The Midnight Gang

David Walliams, has been delighting children with his hilarious plots and wacky characters for years now. I don't really need to tell you that this is a great book, because your children already know it is. Walliams is consistently good, I've read all his books and have laughed my way through all of them. He's a modern day Roald Dahl, his plots and characters are wonderfully memorable and encompass the same magic, that all of Roald Dahl's books possess. In this book he explores the power of fun and laughter to make sick children feel better and says that it is just as important for ones healing to be happy. Tom is brought disoriented into Lord Funt Hospital after a nasty bang to the head by a cricket ball at his boarding school. After meeting a naive doctor and a scary-looking porter, he ends up on the children's ward with a collection of long-term residents, some in plaster, some very ill. Tom soon notices that the children sneak out from the ward at night, past the controlling and Trunchbull-like Matron. Just where are they going? What are they doing? And what is the... Midnight Gang? This is a simple story, its a simple Us vs Them story, much like Matilda and encompasses some powerful themes.

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