Let's Do the Pharaoh!

Sennapod (“he whose name mumbles down the ages”) is still living with the Lightspeed family. And when he wins a competition to find the “Face of the Future”, designer bandages and doing the Pharaoh Dance are suddenly all the rage! But evil villains are after Sennapod’s treasure map, and total chaos is about to break out… If you fancy a chuckle, king of comedy Jeremy Strong has got it all wrapped up!

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  • This was the first jeremy strong book i read and i found it a tiny bit boring however the illustrations were great.

    9 March 2014

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    this is a great book which i got to read in about 1 day but it was quiet short for me i would like it to be longer

    3 March 2012

  • I love it! The Pharaoh who wears make-up?! 5 out s

    10 June 2011

  • So funny and I loved it because a Pharaoh born from the dead!

    3 April 2011

  • I think this book is one of the best books i’ve ever read because its funny. There is this pharoah that comes back to life he died four and a half thousand years ago. He lives with mr and mrs loft and there two children claire and ben. One day claire asks pharoah why do you where make up? the pharoah replies i where it because it makes me look like an anciant person and someone from the past(meaning four and a half thousand years ago) and it makes my eyes look better. Claire was putting some eyeliner on her eyes then the pharoah asked why do you where make up? then ben rudely interupted because if she doesn’t she looks sooo ugly if she wears it she looks just a little better. Claire said to ben knowone asks a fifeteen year old why she wears make up.

    27 March 2011

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    Jeremy Strong

    At the age of three, Jeremy Strong fell out of a first floor window and landed on his head. He was in hospital for a week with a broken arm and a headache. Luckily he recovered, and today he is one of the UK’s favourite children’s authors!


    Jeremy has won lots of awards including the very first Manchester Book Award for Stuff, and the Children’s Book Award for The Hundred Mile An Hour Dog in 1997.

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