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Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy

by Lara Williamson (author) (UK edition)

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Adam Butters is fed up of being ordinary; the adopted kid who lives in a tower block and lives off spaghetti hoops. Adam wants to be superhero. He wants to solve the world’s problems, and make people happy, and be loved by everyone. (Mission one: to cheer up his adoptive mum.) Adam has just found out that before he was adopted, his real mum called him Ace. This makes him feel about sixty feet tall! Now he’s just got to prove to the world that’s what he actually is. One mission at a time…

  • A heartwarming story about the power to be extraordinary
  • Hilarious, heartwarming and heartbreaking in equal measure
  • By the author of The Boy Who Sailed the Ocean in an Armchair
  • Lara Williamson has been nominated for a Blue Peter Award

“This sensitive, funny story looks at what it means to love and be loved.” Daily Mail

“A beautiful, sensitive and utterly life-affirming story.” Blackpool Gazette

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Catalogue number

5637 in Rewards Catalogue 2017/18






Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

March 2nd, 2017

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  • 336 pages


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