The day I fell down the toilet

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From the talented brother-sister duo of Stephen and Anita Mangancomes this exciting fully illustrated adventure.

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A high-energy, laugh-out-loud, fully illustrated adventure story by much-loved actor Stephen Mangan and talented artist Anita Mangan, creators of Top 10 Fiction Bestsellers Escape the Rooms, The Fart That Changed the World and The Great Reindeer Rescue. 

Timothy Trench finds it difficult to make decisions, so when he is plunged down a toilet into the land that jokes come from, because he has been mistaken for straight-talking, uber-decisive child business prodigy Tim OC Trench, he knows he’s in trouble. The queen of the country has completely lost her sense of humour and the people need Timothy to uncover the funniest joke in the land as their last shot at making her laugh and restoring new-joke-production to full strength. Imagine a world where the only jokes are stale old Dad jokes – disaster!

  • Wildly funny, delightfully imaginative storytelling with a message that any kid can be a hero!
  • Packed with pictures by Stephen Mangan’s sister Anita Mangan.
  • Escape the Rooms, The Fart That Changed the World and The Great Reindeer Rescue have been huge bestsellers: Stephen and Anita are comic dynamite.

     

    Praise for Stephen and Anita’s books:

    Escape the Rooms:

    “A brilliant, clever, kind of genius book” Graham Norton, Virgin Radio

    ‘Richly imagined and deeply heartfelt’ Hadley Freeman, Guardian

    ‘Manages to feel both classic and modern at the same time’ Good Housekeeping

    ‘A beautiful and exciting adventure that ignites the imagination’ Edith Bowman

     

    The Fart That Changed the World

    “A sure-fire way for kids to entertain themselves. What’s more, it’s also excellent for reading aloud” LoveReading4Kids

    “Laugh-out-loud stuff” Ray D’Arcy

    “A high-energy, brilliantly imaginative and laugh-out-loud tale that is guaranteed to blow away young readers” Lancashire Evening Post

     

    The Unlikely Rise of Harry Sponge

    After the runaway success of joint debut novel, Escape the Rooms, and the hilarious The Fart That Changed the World, the dynamic duo return with an all-action, marvellously manic and laugh-out-loud tale with a message that any child can be a heroLancashire Evening Post

    “hilarious … A right royal romp” First News

     

    ABOUT THE MANGANS

    Stephen Mangan is an author, script-writer and actor with huge range across TV, radio, film and theatre. From classic comedy such as Green Wing, Episodes and I’m Alan Partridge and acclaimed drama such as The Split, Stephen also presents Portrait and Landscape Artist of the Year and regularly appears on stage, most recently as a highly praised Ebeneezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. Stephen also voiced the title role in Postman Pat: The Movie. He has been a member of the judging panels for the Costa Book of the Year prize and The Laugh-Out-Loud Awards (The Lollies). His children’s books are the bestselling Escape the Rooms and The Fart that Changed the World.

    Stephen on writing for children (interview on ITV’s Lorraine):
    “Every page has to grip them, make them laugh, be interesting because they can drop it. There are screens everywhere that they can pick up. That’s part of the reason why I started writing books because I had such fun as a kid reading books. I always had my head in a book. I wanted to write books that were unputdownable for children, that were full of adventure and crazy big characters and made them laugh.”

    Anita Mangan is a celebrated graphic designer and illustrator who has designed over 60 books including for Leon Restaurants, Gizzi Erskine and Fearne Cotton. She illustrated the best-selling Be a Unicorn series. Her first children’s book was the bestselling Escape the Rooms.

     

Additional information

Weight 501 g
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

368

Language

English

Edition

Paperback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J

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