Two boys, one miracle… and a million incredible choices. Britain is about to convert to the Euro, and in a few days the pound will be useless. So when Damian and Anthony get caught up in a train robbery and end up with a massive bag of stolen swag, they have a glorious, appalling dilemma on their hands. How should they spend the cash before it becomes worthless? On a million pizzas? On ending global poverty? Meanwhile, the bungling robbers are closing in. The clock is ticking. Pizzas or World Peace: which would you choose?

Winner of the Carnegie Medal.

This book contains mature language.

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    Frank Cottrell Boyce is an author, screenwriter and writer of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony! His first children’s book Millions won the Carnegie medal, and was made into a film by Danny Boyle. He used to run a Punch and Judy show, earning a fortune in small change, and just like Damian in Millions, he is a Catholic who is fascinated by stories of the saints.


    Winner of the Carnegie Medal for Millions.

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