The Adventures of Long Arm #2: Long Arm vs the Evil Supply Teacher

by Sam Nixon (author), Mark Rhodes (author), and Aleksei Bitskoff (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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Think school is deadly boring? It’s also plain old deadly in this superhero caper! Born in a toilet U-bend, Long Arm has a talent for saving the day. But his human alter-ego, Ricky Mitre, is always in trouble. His grumpy (and very trumpy) teacher, Mr Pinkerton, hates him. So when a cool new supply teacher joins the school, Ricky’s problems are solved! Or are they? There’s more to this guy than meets the eye. Has Long-Arm met his match? Or are we just pulling your arm – sorry, leg?

  • Funny superhero antics by TV idols Sam and Mark
  • They are the hosts of CBBC’s Big Friday Wind Up
  • Wacky artwork and even wackier chuckles
  • Perfect for fans of Captain Underpants

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The Adventures of Long Arm (book 2)







Date published

March 3rd, 2016

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  • 224 pages


UK edition


Sam Nixon

Mark Rhodes


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  1. Avatar robot 761806

    on 8 February 2017

    Very interesting . One long arm. One brilliant book.

    5out of 5