World Cup Final

At last – it’s really happening! England have made it into the World Cup Final. No, we’re not lying to you. But we have gone back in time. Welcome to 1966: England’s best footballing year in history. First awesome thing: the World Cup is being held in England. Second awesome thing: the England team are on top form. How far can they go? Will the kid in this story get to watch the final? And can the football fever patch up the quarrel between his mum and dad?

  • Heart-pounding football thrills for every serious fan
  • Celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1966 World Cup
  • Exhilarating, fast-paced and full of incredible football
  • Fascinating historical reading with a cool sports focus

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  • Tony Bradman

    Tony Bradman is extremely well known in the world of children’s books as both a writer and reviewer. He has had particular success with books for young readers, and his best known series to date, ‘Dilly the Dinosaur’, has been in print for over 10 years. ‘Magnificent Mummies’ and ‘Mummies in Memphis’ have both sold over 50,000 copies.

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