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Max and the Millions

Written by Ross Montgomery

Illustrated by David Litchfield

Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 Adventure Stories Fantasy / Magical Humorous

LoveReading View on Max and the Millions

An incredible microscopic civilisation is at the heart of this imaginative adventure. But this is no pale echo of The Borrowers - we have science, politics, the futility of war, what it is like to be hearing impaired, bullying and baddies to throughly engage young readers

Max is used to spending time alone - it's difficult to make friends in a big, chaotic school when you're deaf. He prefers to give his attention to the little things in life... like making awesome, detailed replica models. Then Mr Darrow, the school caretaker and fellow modeller, goes missing. Max must follow his parting instruction: 'Go to my room. You'll know what to do.'

There on the floor he finds a pile of sand ... and in the sand is Mr Darrow's latest creation... a tiny boy, no bigger than a raisin, Luke, Prince of the Blues. And behind the tiny boy... millions of others - a thriving, bustling, sprawling civilization!




Max and the Millions Synopsis

From Costa-shortlisted superstar, a highly anticipated standalone adventure about what happens when you find a tiny, living, breathing civilization on the floor of your school dorm room.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780571333486
Publication date: 1st March 2018
Author: Ross Montgomery
Illustrator: David Litchfield
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 272 pages
Year Groups: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3
Topics: Adventure Stories, Fantasy / Magical, Humorous

About Ross Montgomery

Ross Montgomery started writing stories as a teenager, when he really should have been doing homework, and continued doing so at university. After graduating, he experimented with working as a pig farmer and a postman before deciding to channel these skills into teaching at a primary school. He wrote his novel when he really should have been marking homework. He lives in Finsbury Park with his girlfriend and many, many dead plants.

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