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Norman knew it was going to be one of those days when he woke up and found himself about to pee in his dad's wardrobe.
Jonathan Meres is a former merchant seaman, ice-cream van driver and Perrier Award-nominated stand-up comedian. As a writer he's written for TV and radio, but is best known for being the author of over 30 books for children and in particular his best-selling, award-winning series, The World Of Norm, which has so far been translated into 16 languages worldwide. Jonathan's hugely entertaining live performances ensure that he's in constant demand at school and book festivals throughout the UK and beyond. Find out more at www.jonathanmeres.com
The World of Norm is an enjoyable, laugh out loud novel, which deals with serious issues and delivers an important moral message in an easy to read format. Jamie 9 * Dundee Courier * Funny and heart-warming, a brilliant read that makes you laugh out loud. * parentsintouch.co.uk * A kids' bestseller worthy of its popularity. * Edinburgh Evening News * Cheery romp... Great fun. * Bournemouth Daily Echo * I thought this book was brilliant because it is very clever and descriptive. It's completely hilarious and I loved the cartoon-style drawings, which were very funny. It's a great book for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and it gets a definite 5/5 * First News * If you like the Wimpy Kid books, you'll love The World of Norm! (Julia Eccleshare) * lovereading.co.uk * Fans of Jeff Kinney will not be disappointed. * Books for Keeps * The writing is witty and thought-provoking all the way through and more than that, it's often laugh-out-loud funny * The List * Funny and heart-warming ... a brilliant read that makes you laugh out loud * Parents In Touch * Great fun * The Bournemouth Echo * Packed with laughs * Peters Gazette * I thought this book was brilliant because it is very clever and descriptive. It's completely hilarious and I loved the cartoon-style drawings, which were very funny ... it gets a definite 5/5 -- Daniel Pate, aged 7 * First News * A barrel of laughs * Dunoon Observer and Argyllshire Standard * One of the greatest kids' books I have ever read ... Witty, humorous and charming, The World of Norm is so very real * Typhoon Club * Just looking at him makes me laugh! -- Reveiwer, East Boldon Junior School * The Shields Gazette *