The Boy Who Made the World Disappear

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About The Book

Following the breakout success of his instant festive classic, The Night I Met Father Christmas, get ready for the brilliant new novel from comedian, actor and bestselling author, Ben Miller!
‘Stories are often about someone who does a Bad Thing, and this is no exception…’

Harrison tries his best to be good. He doesn’t steal from shops, he shares with his sister and he never cheats at board games… but Harrison also has a BIG flaw. He can't control his temper!

So when he’s given a black hole instead of a balloon at a party, he seizes the chance to get rid of everything that makes him cross. But when it’s not just things he hates that are disappearing into the black hole but things he loves, too, Harrison realises that sometimes you should be careful what you wish for... 
Praise for The Night I Met Father Christmas:
'A gorgeous tale brimming with the magic of Christmas. A sheer delight for all kids both big AND small.' Ruth Jones, award-winning writer and comedian
'Enchanting, funny and intriguing in equal measure' Philip Ardagh, bestselling author 
'Bubbles with warmth and mischievous humour ... irresistible' Alexander Armstrong, presenter, comedian and writer
'A fire-side gem of a story' Abi Elphinstone, bestselling author 

 

About The Author

Ben Miller is an actor, director, and comedian, best known for writing and starring in The Armstrong and Miller Show and his role as Rowan Atkinson’s sidekick, Bough, in Johnny English Strikes Back.  Other recent big screen roles include What We Did On Our Holiday with Billy Connolly, and the much-loved Paddington 2 with, well, Paddington. On television, he is best known for the crime comedy drama Death In Paradise which has been a big hit worldwide.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (November 14, 2019)
  • Length: 272 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781471172687
  • Ages: 8 - 99

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