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Mega Mash-Up Series

Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson
These hilarious books take great subjects and combine them in very short, wacky stories with bold illustrations that are incredibly easy and quick to read. Best of all, there’s plenty of space left on each page, together with suggestions for how to fill it, so that kids can add their own drawings. These are chapter books – but they’re doodle books as well!
Mega Mash-Up: Romans vs. Dinosaurs on Mars by Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson
Mega Mash-Up: Ancient Egyptians vs. Pirates in a Haunted Museum by Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson
Mega Mash-Up: Trolls vs. Cowboys in the Arctic by Nikalas Catlow and Tim Wesson

Mega Mash-Up Series : Titles in Order

Book 6
What if some cool Cowboys and some hairy Trolls wanted to be rich? What if they went digging for gold in the Arctic? What if the ice started to crack and they all floated out to sea? Would they sink without a trace? Or would they come up with a cunning plan? You’ll have to finish the illustrations to find out…
Book 4
Draw Your Own Adventure

Who will steal the priceless Golden Howler Monkey from the museum: the bloodthirsty pirates or the crazy Ancient Egyptians? These hilarious books take great subjects for boys and combine them in very short, wacky stories with bold illustrations that are incredibly easy and quick to read. Best of all, there’s plenty of space left on each page, together with suggestions for how to fill it, so that kids can add their own drawings. These are chapter books — but they’re doodle books as well!
Book 3
Draw your own adventure!

These books take great subjects for boys and combine them into short, bonkers, and funny stories that are incredibly easy to read. The illustrations are bold and crazy, and there’s plenty of space left on each page — together with suggestions for how to fill it — so kids can add their own drawings. The books read as hilarious, zippy stories that look a lot like novels but are terrific doodle books as well.

The Romans and Dinosaurs live together in a huge glass dome called Romasauria. They race their rocket chariots and feast on moon-cow and chips until life on Mars is threatened by a giant asteroid spotted by Augustus Astronomus through his giant telescope. Will a wooden catapult and some Dinosaur poop save the day? The Romans and the Dinosaurs are going to have to work together or it’s KAPOW for life on Mars.

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