Alice Dent and the Incredible Germs
by Gwen Lowe
When Alice Dent gets a cold, she has no idea how much trouble it's about to cause. Because this is no ordinary cold: it comes with some seriously weird sideeffects. For a start, Alice can't stop giggling and every animal she meets sticks to her like glue! But when the mysterious Best Minister for Everything Nicely Perfect and his scary masked henchmen come to take her away, Alice realizes her troubles are only just beginning ...
Alice Dent and the Incredible Germs is a past-faced, laugh-out-loud children’s tale created from the mold of the great Roald Dahl, by debut author Gwen Lowe. The book states that ‘happiness is infectious’ on the front cover, and I’d go one step further to say that the characters and story of the book infects the reader from start to finish with a dosage of comedy and an underlying story of selflessness.
My 8 year old loves this book! It's laugh out loud funny with dreadful Dahl-esq villains, particularly the parents!
Brilliant book couldn't put it down! Has hints of a Dahl type book with added Germs!!