Author(s): Tom McLaughlin (Illustrator)
The Royal Family must learn to live like common people in this hilarious Barrington Stoke debut from the author of The Accidental Prime Minister.Unlucky Bertie has gone and gambled away the entire family fortune. It's the last in a long line of disasters, and nobody is going to save the Montgomery family this time. But this is no ordinary family - this is the royal family, and Bertie is the Queen's brother. So it's goodbye to the palace and hello to a little house on King Street for these royals. Who knew getting jobs and fitting in with the neighbours could be so hard? It's time to sink or swim!8-12 FICTION (Ages 8-12)Interest Age: 8-12Reading Age: 8This imprint is a brilliant list of short novels from high profile authors designed to be entertaining and accessible for ages 8-12. At approx. 5,000-10,000 words and with a Reading Age of 8, they're designed to help older children build reading stamina and a greater confidence in their abilities. They offer an exciting mix of genres, feature black and white illustrations to accompany the narrative, and include dyslexia-friendly design features.