Diary of a Trainee Rock God

Publisher: Barrington Stoke

Review

Darren Smith is counting down to his 11th birthday. Until now, he's always dreamed of being a footballer, but now, everything has changed. Darren's friend Steven has a big brother who wants to be a rock star. He's so cool that Darren decides he should be a rock star too - and, so, naturally, he needs an electric guitar. Dad agrees, provided Darren solves three musical clues.

A lively, funny romp of a book from the best-selling author of The World of Norm. Comic illustrations and clear text make this an accessible and entertaining story for those who find reading a bit of a challenge, and it's particularly perfect for all aspiring rock gods.

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