Batpig: Too Pig To Fail | Hardback | By Rob Harrell


Code 9781529510577

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  • BatPig: Too Pig To Fail
  • Pages: 240
  • Format: Hardback
  • Author: Rob Harrell
  • Publisher: Walker Books
  • Publication date: 02 February 2023
  • Age: 9+
  • Category: Childrens Fiction
  • Size: 21 x 14 x 1.5cm
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BatPig: Too Pig To Fail by Rob Harrell 


With great porker comes great responsibility. Gary Yorkshire is finally getting into the swing of this whole superhero thing - saving the world from terrible villains, masterfully concealing his identity with a very small mask. But what happens when Batpig is called to battle time itself in a maths class that just won't end? Or when the city is attacked by something completely (and literally) out of this world? It's not easy being a super-swine, but with the help of his best friends Brook the bat and Carl the fish, there's no hamburglar they can't catch.

A brilliantly funny and skilfully rendered commercial young graphic novel series, with each book containing two separate stories. 

About the Author

Rob Harrell is an author and illustrator based in Indiana, USA. He has previously published many books for young readers, including the hit illustrated novel series Life of Zarf and middle grade novel WINK, which received huge praise across the US and UK, including a starred review from the New York Times and a best book of the year by both TIME Magazine and the New York Public Library.


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