World’s Worst Time Machine

From best-selling author, Dustin Brady comes a new illustrated novel series perfect for fans who love funny, unexpected adventures and wacky plot twists.

For kids, life can be boring, but Liam and Elsa know how to create their own fun—or so they think. After finding a $3 time machine at a garage sale, Liam uses the machine to summon Thomas Edison for help with his book report. It's not until the time machine sends a different Thomas Edison from the 1930s that chaos ensues. 

World's Worst Time Machine is the newest series from best-selling children's book author, Dustin Brady. Using his signature style, Brady's laugh-out-loud sense of humor and daring adventure will keep even the most reluctant reader wanting to turn the page. 

About the Author

Dustin Brady writes books for kids who think they hate reading. His Trapped in a Video Game series has sold over one million copies because—as it turns out—there are a lot of kids who think they hate reading. Dustin loves Tetris, pinball, trick shot videos, and many other silly pastimes that he calls “book research” even though they very much don’t seem like book research. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife, three kids, and a small dog named Nugget. Dustin honestly can’t believe he gets to do this for a living.

Dave Bardin is a freelance illustrator and animator residing in Southern California. When Dave drew his very first comic book at the age of nine, he knew he had found what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. As a freelance artist for the last nine years, Dave has had the opportunity to work on a variety of creative projects with some of the biggest names in media. These projects include comic books, video games, board games, animation, commercials, music videos, and television. When Dave isn’t at the drawing board, he can be found riding his bike down by the beach, going on random driving adventures with his very cool wife, and spending time with his friends and family.


 

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