Ted thinks there’s something fishy going on. Ever since his birthday when he got a special loyalty card at the local shop, all his great ideas are being thought of by the new Prime Minister too. Now there’s laws about walking to school and everyone has Mondays off! Could the shop’s market research lady have anything to do with it? And if Ted has become a Leader, shouldn’t he start thinking up proper laws to save the world…? Hilariously spot-on comedy from the award winning and bestselling Frank Cottrell Boyce, with cover artwork by award-winning Chris Riddell and internal illustrations by Cate James. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.
‘For children who find reading difficult, the publisher Barrington Stoke designs books with easy-to-read sentences and spacious layout. The best is Ted Rules the World (┬ú6.99) by the ever-brilliant Frank Cotterell Boyce, about ‘the most average boy in Britain’ whose birthday coincides with the election and who finds that the Prime Minister makes his every wish law’ –The Spectator
About the Author
Frank Cottrell Boyce is a screenwriter and novelist and the writing talent behind the 2012 olympic opening ceremony in London. His novel Millions won the carnegie medal and The Unforgotten Coat won the Guardian children’s fiction Prize. Millions was also adapted into a fim directed by Danny Boyle and starring James Nesbitt. The fim was a huge success and won numerous awards, including best Screenplay (british independent film awards). Frank is married with seven children.