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This Book is Pants

 8.95

by John Kane

This Book is Pants 

In this completely pants adventure story, you, the reader must bravely wear the right pants to help our hero and his alien friend on their journey.

What pants do you need to launch a rocket? Space pants! What about to climb a tree? Monkey pants! And what are teh best pants of all? Well, you might have to find that out for yourself.

Open the book, wear the pants, get ready for hilarity.

About the Author

John Kane‘s I Say Ooh, You say Aah won the English 4-11 Picture Book Award and shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards. When he was younger, John liked to make up stories for his little sister. Jimmy and Bear, who appeared in them, are still remembered to this day. John lives in Dublin, but has also lived in Australia, where he set up Australia’s number one independent advertising agency.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 12.8 × 2.6 × 19.7 cm

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