Python by Brian Moses
Would you rather get squeezed by a snake, touched by a ghost, or called a coward by a mob of bullies? None of the above?
Well, think of poor Daniel. His school's haunted, there's a python in his loft, and the Kelly Horton gang are lying in wait outside his house, ready to shower him with wet, disgusting kisses.
Not to mention his mum's left home and he's suddentyly caught up in revelations about World War II that touch his whole family. But with the help of his best friend, Errol, and Loo Brush the dog, Daniel has a plan to get his life back to normal...
About the Author
Brian Moses was born in Ramsgate and is best known for his children’s poetry. He has over 200 published works and is a Reading Champion for the National Literacy Trust. Brian was asked by CBBC to write a poem for the Queen’s 80th birthday and, in July 2007, was invited by HRH Prince Charles to speak at the Prince’s Summer School for Teachers.
Cover by Ed Boxall