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The Creakers

The Creakers

Illustrated by Shane Devries

Hardcover

$16.99
The Creakers

About the Book

At night, this mischievous bunch peeks out from under your bed. When you hear that creak . . . creak . . . THE CREAKERS are there! Discover a hilarious and eerie middle-grade story by a UK star.

What would you do if you woke up to a world with no grown-ups?

When all the parents in the world disappear, most kids think this is amazing! They can finally run wild and eat candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. But Lucy Dungston wants to get her mom back, especially because her dad disappeared not long ago. Lucy wants the truth, and she's convinced that the creaking sounds that come from under her bed can lead her to it.

Creak . . . creak . . .

That's when Lucy meets the Creakers, a bunch of sticky, smelly creatures who live under children's beds. This troublesome bunch has taken all the grown-ups to an upside-down world called the Woleb. Lucy must act fast if she wants to rescue the grown-ups, because adults who stay in the Woleb too long start becoming Creakers!

Product Details

On sale: September 10, 2019
Age: 8-12 years
Grade: Grades 3-7
Page count: 368 Pages
ISBN: 9781524773342
Reading level: Lexile: 750L | Fountas/Pinnell: S

Author Bio

Tom Fletcher is also the author of The Christmasaurus, There's a Monster in Your Book, There's a Dragon in Your Book, and with his wife, Giovanna Fletcher, Eve of Man. He is one of the UK's bestselling authors for children, and his books have been translated into nineteen languages (and counting). He was one of the lead vocalists of the band McFly, and he vlogs on YouTube, where he has 633K subscribers. He has never seen a Creaker in real life, but he's always keeping a close lookout. Find him on Twitter and Instagram at @tomfletcher.

Praise

There’s plenty of humor…. Plentiful illustrations add to the book’s wacky charm.” School Library Journal