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The Demon Headmaster Takes Over

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The Demon Headmaster Takes Over by Gillian Cross
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Dinah, Lloyd and Harvey thought the Demon Headmaster was gone for good, so when they move back to their old house everything seems safe at first. Then strange things start to happen. Libraries are closing down, the internet keeps crashing, and telephones refuse to work. When people start to wear matching badges with a grabbing green hand, and begin speaking robotically, Dinah and the boys know they need to find out what's going on. Their search leads them to the Hyperbrain, a fantastic new computer invention that accesses the human brain to compile its data. But why has its inventor started to act so strangely, and who is the mysterious controller at the Artificial Intelligence Unit? It sounds like it could be the Demon Headmaster. But surely that's impossible . . . isn't it?

Author Biography

Other books in the 'Demon Headmaster' series: The Demon Headmaster The Demon Headmaster and the Prime Minster's Brain The Revenge of the Demon Headmaster The Demon Headmaster Strikes Again Facing the Demon Headmaster Awards: Winner of the Carnegie Medal for Wolf Winner of the Whitbread Award for The Great Elephant Chase Winner of the Smarties Prize for The Great Elephant Chase Biographical information: Gillian Cross was born in 1945, and has written more than 40 books for children. In the past, she has worked in a primary school, as an assistant to a village baker, as a childminder, and as an assistant to a member of parliament. Gillian is a huge supporter of libraries, and for eight years was a member of the committee which advises government ministers about public libraries. She now lives in Dorset with her husband and family, and enjoys playing the piano, orienteering, and reading in her spare time.
Release date Australia
February 4th, 2010
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
Reissue
Imprint
Oxford University Press
Pages
192
Dimensions
130x198x14
ISBN-13
9780192755865
Product ID
3603240

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