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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

written by Ian Fleming with illustrations by Joe Berger

Buckle your seatbelt for the first-ever follow-up to Ian Fleming’s only children’s story!

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Books in this series

written by Ian Fleming with illustrations by Joe Berger - Children's, Children's 9-12, Classics, Fantasy, Fiction

"Crackpot" is what everybody calls the Pott family. So when they go to buy a new car and come back with a wreck, nobody is surprised. Except for the Potts themselves. First, the car has a name. And she tells them what it is. Then they find out that she can fly. And swim...Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a car on a mission to stop a criminal gang in its tracks --- and she is taking the Potts with her!

by Frank Cottrell Boyce - Children's, Children's 9-12, Fiction, Humor

When the Tooting family finds an old engine and fits it to their camper van, they have no idea what kind of adventure lies ahead. The engine used to belong to an extraordinary car...and it wants its bodywork back! But as the Tootings hurtle across the world rebuilding the original Chitty, a sinister baddie is on their trail --- one who will stop at nothing to get the magnificent car for himself.

by Frank Cottrell Boyce - Children's, Children's 9-12, Fantasy, Fiction

When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that "home" is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Dad’s inadvertent yanking of Chitty’s "Chronojuster" lever, the spirited car has ushered them back to prehistoric times, where the family (and especially Baby Harry) make a narrow escape. But Chitty has a mind of her own, and the Tootings will get an unexpected tour of exciting times and places from Prohibition-era New York (where Chitty wants to compete in the famous Prix d’Esmerelda’s Birthday Cake race) to the lost city of El Dorado and back again, with misadventures and surprise stowaways along the way.

written by Frank Cottrell Boyce, illustrated by Joe Berger - Children's, Children's 9-12, Fantasy, Fiction, Youth Fiction

The Tootings are stuck in 1966! Somebody’s stolen Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and left them behind. But that’s not their biggest problem. Their biggest problem is that Little Harry’s been kidnapped by whoever stole their magical car. There’s only one solution: the Tootings must find the Potts — the family that originally built Chitty. Sharing their combined knowledge of how Chitty works, the families may stand a chance of rescuing Little Harry and finding the most brilliant car in the world. But a fiendish criminal has different plans, ones that involve flying Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to the moon and putting an explosive scheme into action.