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Go Mo Go: Monster Mountain Chase!: Book 1

Mo Farah, Kes Gray, Marta Kissi

Subjects

  • Sporty Stories - games, goals and gold medals
  • Fantasy Worlds - awesome adventures of magic and mystery
  • Friends & Family - tears and laughter, and happy ever after

Average rating

4 out 5

A fun fiction series to get kids reading, and running too! From Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah and the bestselling author of Oi Frog!, Kes Gray.

Reviews

Lots of enthusiasum gives me joy

Anonymous 28.08.2019

I loved it because it gave me an example of my school

Anonymous 28.08.2019

I liked it when they had to run away from the strange animals.

Viscount Flash Waxwork 16.08.2019

It was fabulous so I recommend someone else read it. I like it because the children throw the sandwiches over their shoulder.

Anonymous 01.08.2019

Superb book!

Prince Sandwich Desperado 24.07.2019

What a book. I love Mo Farah

Anonymous 24.07.2019

I liked it

Chief Slip Moonlight 20.01.2019

Great book

Professor Hank Borchester-Smythe 18.10.2018

I loved this book because it is written by Mo Farah who is a famous runner and also my hero.

Senor Quincy Pineapple 30.07.2018

I liked when the monster was chasing Mo and his friends. They were fast runners. I would recommend the book as I found it exciting.

Judge Cornetto Bobble-hat 25.07.2018

This book is about Little Mo and his 4 friends having a long cross country run.They go to the rocky mountains and see many animals .They see a giant foot. This book was interesting and enjoyable.

Anonymous 21.08.2017

lots of monsters

Anonymous 20.08.2017

It was an interesting read. And I like Mo Farah.

Anonymous 16.08.2017

I liked that the 5 friends went on the adventure to get to the rocky mountains together.

Anonymous 11.08.2017

I liked that the 5 friends went on the adventure to get to the rocky mountains together.

Anonymous 11.08.2017

Its funny an adventure story and its a really good book

Anonymous 11.08.2017

Because Mo farah is a runner, it is intresting because they go on adventures and they have to run for there lifes.

Anonymous 09.08.2017

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