Murderous Maths: The Secrets of Sums

Learn maths and let out your inner rebel! From the Horrible camp (where else?) this is maths gone wickedly funny. And nuttier than a jar of peanut butter. Believe it or not, there are people out there who aren’t sickened by sums. Professor Fiendish, for a start. He’s got their number, and his sneaky sums always get the evil results he wants. Find out how sums can change your life, make you laugh and keep your teacher off your back. Loads of laughs added in. No evil bits taken away.

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    Kjartan Poskitt

    Kjartan lives in York with his wife and four children. He regularly performs at venues all over the country.


    Winner of the 2012 Sheffield Children’s Book Award for Agatha Parrot and the Floating Head.

  • Daniel Postgate

    Daniel Postgate is the author of The Snagglegrollop.


    Daniel Postgate won the Nottinghamshire Children’s Book Award for Smelly Bill in 2006.

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