Ooh-la-la! To celebrate the French launch of Henderson's Boys, this month's competition has a gallic theme.

To enter the draw to win one of ten goody packs which include signed copies of Dark Sun simply send your answer to the question below to: competition@cherubcampus.com

The first foreign language edition of Henderson's Boys: The Escape has just gone on sale in France, Belgium and Switzerland.

To celebrate, they've re- launched the French CHERUB website, and added a Henderson's Boys site too.

In a radical new marketing strategy, Hodder Children's Books have hired thugs to roam bookshops beating up anyone who leaves without buying a CHERUB book...

Actually that's a lie. This dude is one of two 'training instructors' hired for Robert Muchamore's recent trip to the Lisbon Book Festival!
(More pics HERE)

 

As well as his public events, Robert Muchamore occasionally visits schools throughout the UK.

He's just added a 2010-11 school visits document to his author website giving teachers and librarians all the essential info.


4. Muchamore will launch Shadow Wave with an event at the Edinburgh Book Festival on August 22nd. Ticket holders will be able to buy Shadow Wave before anyone else, and get a sneak preview of his secret project (Booking info HERE).

The French version of CHERUB The Recruit is called 100 Jours En Enfer. What does that mean in English?

The competition closes on June 24th 2010. For full terms and conditions click here.

Speculation continues to mount over Robert Muchamore's future writing projects, with nothing confirmed beyond the launch of
Shadow Wave in September and the fourth Henderson's Boys title Grey Wolves in Feb 2011.

Here's what we know so far:
1. Muchamore has said that Shadow Wave will be James Adams' last CHERUB mission.
2. Robert has mentioned that he's working on a new 'secret project' on his Twitter page.
3.
CHERUB News can exclusively reveal that Shadow Wave will contain a special bookmark (pictured left) that will reveal a hidden link to a new website.


 

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