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Ken Kwek Bundle


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  • Timothy and the Phubbers
  • Kelly and the Krumps
  • Praise
  • 🎁 Recommended for ages 9 and above

    Look inside Timothy and the Phubbers

    Timothy Pong has enough trouble at home without throwing his first year of secondary school into the mix. The Pong family only interact with each other through digital machines rather than human contact. Twelve-year-old Timothy is too young to own a phone, according to his mum, so he hasn’t actually spoken to his family in years as he can’t WhatsApp his parents or Snapchat his older sister.

    Even worse, the most menacing bully in school, who also just happens to be the prettiest girl Timothy has ever seen, has plucked him out as her new favourite target. Luckily, Timothy has a few ideas up his sleeve to survive Secondary One, as well as the help of his undernourished friend Rudy, who, when not helping Timothy, can be found eating grass in the school field.

    When their first plan goes horribly wrong and Timothy is caught on camera with his pants down – the most embarrassing three minutes of fame ever, the two friends must up their game if they’re to expose the conniving Bella, ace their Science project, and learn how an old-fashioned camera they first mistook for a hairdryer might be the answer to their prayers.

  • Winner of the Hedwig Anuar Children’s Book Award 2020

    Look inside Kelly and the Krumps

    In his second wonderfully whacky children’s novel, Ken Kwek takes a hard—and funny—look at teens beset with academic pressures and technology overload.

    Kelly Mao has got quite the headache: her tiger mum is threatening to ground her, her tuition timetable barely gives her time to eat, and she suspects her twin brother is up to something. On top of everything, the PSLE is looming!

    When the pressure gets too intense, Kelly decides to secretly join a dance crew called the Krumps, but slowly she gets entangled in her brother’s troubles with an evil genius named Fang Boy.

  • “In Kwek’s story of analog triumph, life's many ironies are a feature, not a bug.” — Christina Newhard, Singapore Unbound

    "Silly, irreverent...and utterly relatable. A fun and exciting read!"
    — Monica Lim, co-author of Secrets of Singapore series