It’s competition time at the Digital Sentinel and we have an exciting prize up for grabs.
Our Community Reporter, Craig met up with Andy Briggs recently at his visit to WHEC. Andy Briggs is the author of several children’s books and screenwriter for some pretty well known Hollywood Films such as Judge Dredd and Freddy vs Jason. He has even worked with Warner Bros! You can follow everything Andy is up to on his twitter, @abriggswriter. Andy has kindly offered a signed copy of his brand new book, Iron Fist to the winner of our competition. Have a look below for details of how you could win.
Hidden under a small suburban town, the Inventory is a collection of the most incredible technology the world has NEVER seen: invisible camouflage, HoverBoots, indestructible metals, and the deadly war robot Iron Fist. Dev’s uncle, Charlie Parker, is the Inventory’s mild-mannered curator, with security provided by Eema, a beyond-state-of-the-art artificial intelligence system.
But security is catastrophically breached when Lot and Mason from school turn up unexpectedly and, hot on their heels, a ruthless gang of thieves working for the Collector and the Shadow Helix organization. If the thieves succeed in their goal to seize the Iron Fist, Dev, his friends, and the world are in a whole heap of trouble.
The Inventory is a fast-paced new adventure series, packed with high-tech thrills; perfect for readers who like edge-of-the-seat adventure with great characters and clever one-liners. This is ALEX RIDER with the gadgets and humour of ARTEMIS FOWL.
COMPETITION – Wacky & Wonderful Creations
What is it?
A competition for the CREATIVE. If you could create ANYTHING – What wacky and wonderful creation would you invent? We are looking for your ideas. Send us a short description (we only need a few sentences) or a picture or drawing of your wacky invention.
Who is it for?
For Primary or Secondary school age.
A signed copy of the brand new book The Iron Fist and an article in the Digital Sentinel.
Make sure you include your name, age and contact details.
Monday 11 July 2016
Examples of some wacky and wonderful creations that have already been suggested (You might even recognise some)
The wackier the better! Remember there are no limits so let your imagination go WILD!