Hilarious stories about a group of kids and their adventures during the fifteen minutes of Little Lunch.
Triple Snack Pack
This is what happened during Little Lunch: Battie fell out of the old climbing tree and Debra-Jo campaigned to cut it down, Max and Elsa disappeared from school under mysterious circumstances and a Grade Six girl asked Rory out, but he ended up kissing someone else. A lot can happen in fifteen minutes!
This is also what happened during Little Lunch: Mrs Gonsha baked a gross pavlova for Max and Elsa’s birthday, Atticus lost his glasses and we had a Disgusting Joke Contest by the bubblers. What else can happen in fifteen minutes?
Winner of the 2005 Young Australians Best Book Awards (YABBA) in the Fiction for Younger Readers category.
‘Just the right size for a quick laugh during recess.’ The Junior Advertiser
Perfect for establishing independent reading. After reading the first story no child could resist reading the other two.
For ages 8 to 10+
Danny Katz is a newspaper columnist for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, and is famous for his larger-than-life characters. He is the author of The Modern Guru column in the Saturday magazine (he swears those letters are real and he does not make them up).
Mitch Vane has illustrated many children’s books, including the Little Lunch series, A Little Election and The Patch. She hates to draw straight lines!