50 years later, ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ sequel to hit shelves this Friday

London: Almost 50 years since it was created, the long-awaited sequel to ‘James Bond’ creator Ian Fleming’s ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ is all set to fly off the shelves this Friday.

British screenwriter and novelist Frank Cottrell Boyce has reportedly written a sequel to the 1961 kid’s book about the incredible flying car.

In the new book titled ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again’, the Tooting family find an abandoned engine and fit it to their camper van. It turns out to belong to Chitty, who takes control of the van.
“Everyone loves Chitty. It seemed it was time to crank her up and get her off the ground again,” the Sun quoted Fleming’s niece Lucy as saying.