Game On: Critters

USD $12.99

Due for Release September 2024

Gaming-obsessed brothers Max and Liam are back, and they’re in for another adventure of CATASTROPHIC proportions. It all goes wrong when a rogue app transforms them from human boys into fleas, and it only gets worse from there. The speed a cheetah can run and the acidity of pigeon poo have never been more important. A laugh out loud, fast-paced adventure full of comic-style illustrations that bring the action to life and will absorb even the most reluctant of readers.


Specifications:9781922539984 | 210mm x 135mm | Paperback | 216 Pages |B/W Illustrations | Game On #3


Available on backorder

Emily Snape is a children’s author and illustrator living in London. Her work has appeared online, on television, in shops and even on buses! She loves coffee and notebooks, and has three cheeky children, Leo, Fin and Flo who keep her on her toes and give her lots of inspiration for stories.

Emily’s other books include the ‘Game On’ titles Shrinkle and Glitched (both with EK Books), as well as Fergus the Furball (Raven) and A Little Monster’s Guide to Mindfulness (Hachette).

You can find out Emily’s latest publishing news on Instagram at @emily_snape_illustrator.

The Strawberry Post | 2.2k Twitter followers and a very dedicated blog following
“a brilliant story… funny, silly and exciting”

Story Links
“more introspective moments are a nice change of pace in the near-non-stop action but are never heavy-handed or didactic.”

The Strawberry Fountain | active blog with 2.5k Facebook followers
“perfect for those that are starting to take an interest in chapter books and independent reading as the text is large and clear, the chapters are short and it is broken up with some fab illustrations so it won’t seem too daunting for them”

The Book Muse
“Presenting history in this way makes it interesting – putting the child reader into the story in a way that is relatable as well as showing them that there are many facets to history and reading that can be fun ”

The Bottom Shelf Edu Blog
“Using a modern premise of being drawn into a game, with characters not unlike themselves, and the sort of fast-packed , immediate action including countdowns, levels and time limits, this is the sort of story that will pull even reluctant readers away from their screens.”

Reading Time
“There is a lot of fun, and young readers aged 8 to 11 looking for adventure and a cheeky laugh will have a good time with Glitched.

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