The 2018 Laugh Out Loud Book Awards (Lollies) blog tour is in full swing, and we are absolutely thrilled that There’s a Werewolf In My Tent, written by Pamela Butchart and illustrated by Thomas Flintham, has been recognised in the 6-8 category!
The Lollies were created especially to celebrate the very funniest and most engaging books in children’s fiction – and we are so pleased that There’s a Werewolf In My Tent has been shortlisted.
The Lollies blog tour is running from the Sunday 7th October to Friday 19th October, with There’s a Werewolf In My Tent being celebrated on Saturday 13th October, on the Childtastic Books blog.
The sixth book in the HILARIOUS, award-winning Baby Aliens… series, There’s a Werewolf In My Tent is laugh-out-loud funny fiction that perfectly captures the craziness of primary school.
Izzy and her friends are SO EXCITED about their school trip. They’re going camping and there’ll be marshmallows and no washing and everything. But then WEIRD things start happening! There’s howling sounds at night and some sausages have gone missing, and it’s nearly a full moon. . . But it’s when they see their new teacher’s hairy legs that they KNOW! There’s a werewolf on the school trip and they’re all DOOMED!
You can vote for There’s a Werewolf In My Tent for a Lollies award in the 6-8 category here.
If you’ve not yet discovered the book, you can take a look inside There’s a Werewolf In My Tent below:
The final winners of the Lollies will be picked by school pupils and announced in January 2019 – good luck, Pamela and Thomas!