Worst Week Ever!: Wednesday | Paperback | By Eva Amores & Matt Cosgrove


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  • Worst Week Ever: Wednesday!
  • Pages: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Eva Amores, Matt Cosgrove
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster 
  • Publication date: 6 July 2023
  • Category: Children's Fiction
  • Age: 9+
  • Size: 19.8 x 13 x 1.4cm
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Worst Week Ever: Wednesday by Eva Amores & Matt Cosgrove


Have YOU ever had a bad week? The hilarious new series taking the world by storm. His cat is still missing, he's an unintentional internet sensation, and now he's trapped in a serious S.O.S situation with his unbelievably annoying archenemy!

Justin Chase is having the WORST WEEK EVER! At least there's the chance of this totally abandoned island being home to hordes of secret treasure, right? Maybe not... As the island seems only to house terrifying sharks, petrifying pirates and anything capable of chilling Justin right down to his bones! Monday was messy, Tuesday was an embarrassment, but now it's... WEDNESDAY!

The third book in the hilarious new seven-part highly-illustrated series for fans of the globally bestselling Treehouse series. 

About the Author

Matt Cosgrove, lover of words, pictures, and books in general, is the author and illustrator of the Macca the Alpaca series and many other books in Australia, including My Dad Is a Robot, Thanks, Mum!, and the Epic Fail Tales series. In a varied career spanning over 25 years, Matt has been the creative director of a magazine and a lecturer in comic art at Western Sydney University, and worked in television. He has also campaigned tirelessly for the inclusion of Pictionary as an Olympic sport (not really -- but he definitely should). Visit him online at mattcosgrovebooks.com.


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