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  • Newton the Giant
  • Michael McGowan
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  • 06 August 2019
  • 9780006392576

5 thoughts on “Newton the Giant

  1. says:

    Newton's uadruplet older brothers never needed a reason to torment him so there's no restraint on their part now that there as a reason Our t

  2. says:

    You have to like a YA fantasy that includes lots of vomit blood and witch's snot I'm just saying

  3. says:

    this book is really good

  4. says:

    This was pretty goodsort of a cute story I'm not really sure why it was a Silver Birch winner though Hmmm

  5. says:

    7 year old girl not so picky reader devouring this one She says her 8 year old girlfriend also loves it I have

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Newton the Giant

Lying on Newton’s own flying invention the friendship of a talking toy soldier and a female scientist from the inter galactic patent office Newton comes to an amazing realization about facing life on his own terms Zapped by self deprecating off the wall humor and tethered to a subtle message of self reliance Newton and the Giant is a funny and imaginative debut nove. this book is really good

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Lutches Newton opens the mysterious door in his attic and is pulled through to another world by a pair of massive hairy arms Those arms belong to a spectacularly unattractive giant named Herbert who is dealing with some XXL sized problems of his own Boy and giant form an unlikely alliance to save the Kingdom of Merriwarts and win the hand of a 300 year old princess Re. You have to like a YA fantasy that includes lots of vomit blood and witch s snot I m just saying

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Newton a ten year old science geek has a ton of problems Currentlyhis biggest one is avoiding his sports crazed uadruplet older brothers who are intent on making Newton pay for embarrassing them No amount of explaining will convince them he didn’t mean to score the winning goal ON HIS OWN NET during that afternoon’s soccer game In a desperate bid to escape their c. Newton s uadruplet older brothers never needed a reason to torment him so there s no restraint on their part now that there as