Dinkin Dings is afraid of everything – not just scary things, like being stuck in a lift with a hungry jaguar, but pretty much totally everything (apart from the monsters under his bed)! Dinkin has made a big mistake – he’s created an invention of such mind-boggling anti-everythingness that it’s far too terrifying to use and must be destroyed at once.
But before he can get rid of it, the Anti-Everything Machine is stolen. Can Dinkin and the Frightening Things find the thief and save themselves from a fate worse than terror? About the Author.
Guy Bass has worked as a theatre producer and writer. He has written plays for both adults and children as well as acting his way out of several paper bags. He is currently working on his first two children’s books series. Guy lives in London with his wife, and no dog, yet. Pete Williamson was born in Derby but now lives in South London. He has worked as a designer for an animation company and also as a psychiatric nurse. Pete’s interests include peculiar music, good books and drinking too much coffee.