Diary of an Awesome (Average) Kid Defeat by the Pandas

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-05-08
  • Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd

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How do you deal with an overbearing mom, tattle-tale siblings and insurmountable school work? Meet James.

Handsome, brilliant, and the family slave is what he would describe himself as. As the child in the middle, James has to deal with an annoying older sister and be responsible for any mischief his younger brother gets into.

Having moved from his beloved home in America to hot and humid Singapore in the prime of his youth, eleven-year-old James struggles to adapt in his new surroundings. Will he thrive or will he face defeat?

Author Biography

About the Author - Cedric Giraffe
Faster than a speeding bullet, smarter than the average bear and wealthier than Batman—all these he is not. Although if you are looking for someone witty and who has to sing the alphabet song to know which letter comes next, Cedric Giraffe is your man!

About the Illustrator - Calvin Caterpie
Calvin Caterpie is that friend your mom warned you about, but he is not free now because he is busy drawing a blue square in his garden so that Google Earth thinks he has his own swimming pool.

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