Boy Vs Beast
Mac Park (Susannah McFarlane and Louise Park)
Boy Vs Beast is a wildly popular fantasy adventure series for early and reluctant readers. Fast-paced and loaded with high energy whilst maintaining a low word count and simple sentence structure, Boy vs Beast takes reading to young boys on their terms.
Only a wall divides Earth from the Beasts of Beastium. Only a boy and his dog bot defend the wall and protect Earth.
Kai Masters. Border guard and beast battler. Let the battles commence!
Perfect for beginner and reluctant reading boys.
Published by Scholastic Australia.
MAC PARK, is the pseudonym of Louise Park and Susannah McFarlane, who between them have sold more than 10 million books. Their partnership is the perfect fusion of education, literacy and reading acquisition, and cutting-edge children’s trade publishing. They have over 50 years of combined experience in publishing, writing and editing books for children that adults trust, parents buy, and kids love to read. They have published, edited or written numerous bestselling children’s series, including Go Girl!, Zac Power, EJ12 Girl Hero, Star Girl, Harriet Clare and Boy vs Beast.
‘These are brilliant for my boys who are really struggling. They would love to read Beast Quest but just aren’t ready for them.’ – Helen, primary school teacher
‘My little boy is sleeping with his Boy v Beast books. I think these might be the breakthrough books that will prompt him to want to read. He just LOVES them. He keeps asking me when more are coming.’ – Fiona, mum
‘I can read this. It’s awesome!’ – Dougall, 7
‘You have made Tom v v v happy and v v v proud … for the first time we can write in the homework diary ‘read chapter book’! I had to go off and have a moment. Older boys loving them too.’ – Danielle, mum
‘The boys and I read the first Boy vs. Beast last night and it was a big hit! … they were hooked. Especially loved the comic section (of course!) and the diagrams of the lighthouse, BC etc. My older boy Mikey (6) took it to bed with him afterwards!’– Alan, dad