Charlie changes into a chicken, Sam Copeland ; illustrated by Sarah Horne
The work Charlie changes into a chicken, Sam Copeland ; illustrated by Sarah Horne represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in City Libraries, City of Gold Coast.

Resource ID
  • lAzeoFQPK08
Is active
  • True
Provenance
  • http://graph.ebsco.link/source/marc
Rules version
  • 2
Rules
  • http://graph.ebsco.link/transform/marcjs
Type
  • http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/Work
  • http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/Books
  • http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/LanguageMaterial
Label
  • Charlie changes into a chicken, Sam Copeland ; illustrated by Sarah Horne
Main title
  • Charlie changes into a chicken
Responsibility statement
  • Sam Copeland ; illustrated by Sarah Horne
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Charlie is an optimist, but things are conspiring against him. His brother SmoothMove is in hospital waiting for an operation, his parents are trying to hide how worried they are, and the school bully is upping the ante in Charlie's direction. The thing is, Charlie's never really been stressed before not properly, sweatily, heartpumpingly, stressed and with everything going on at home, plus all the normal worries at school, he's starting to panic. And this is bad, because Charlie's just learnt that when he gets properly, sweatily, heartpumpingly, stressed, he turns in to an animal, all sorts of animals. A flea. A pigeon. A rhino. Who knows what's next? The school play is only a couple of weeks away, and Charlie is starting to worry. What if he transforms in front of the whole school, while he's on stage playing Sad Potato Number 1? What if he turns into a naked mole rat or a John Dory in front of everyone he knows, with the spotlight on him? Will he get sent away for Science to deal with? Will his parents crack up with all the extra stress? Will everyone know he's a freak? With the help of his three best friends, Charlie needs to find a way to deal with his extraordinary new talent. And fast
Illustrations
  • illustrations
Index
  • no index present
Literary form
  • fiction
Target audience
  • juvenile
Creator
Contributor
Author
Classification
Content category
Genre
Illustrator
Is part of
Subject