Max is an ordinary boy, except that he can turn into a monster when he burps...
Max and Peregrine are volunteering at an old people’s home, when strange things start to happen. One resident is walking on the ceiling, one is riding their wheelchair through walls, and Sydney says his marmalade is haunted (no-one listens). Can Max and his friends work out what’s happening to protect his family and the local community?
Things aren’t looking good: the Marmalade Ghost is turning into a sticky Godzilla, Max falls out with his (joint) best friend, and then just when it can’t get any worse, someone kidnaps Max’s cat, Frankenstein... Time to ‘Protect and Do Good Stuff!’
Praise for Monster Max and the Bobble Hat of Forgetting:
• ‘Bonkers from start to finish. And I mean that in a GOOD way.’ Philip Ardagh
• ‘...had me howling with laughter. Max is a loveable hero and Frankenstein the cat deserves his own series! ...an unforgettable, hugely funny read.’ Swapna Haddow
• ‘It’s fabulously silly fun – gloriously anarchic! I loved the reluctant developing friendship between the boys as well.’ Simon James Green
• ‘a funnily monstrous & monstrously funny adventure.’ Gareth P Jones