Brick-a-Breck

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Stephen really, truly loves cereal – morning, noon and night. Luckily, his mum works for Sunfield cereals, but disaster strikes when the factory closes. No more free Choc-o-not-hoops, just porridge instead!

Luckily a ’Design-a-Cereal’ competition saves the day and Stephen’s brainwave - Brick-a-Breck (cereal you can build with and then eat) - wins him a lifetime’s supply.

Unfortunately a starring and stomach-churning role in the Brick-a-Breck TV commercial threatens to put him off his favourite food for life. Invitingly laid out and entertainly illustrated, this humorous book is ideal for newly confident readers.

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