Toby Tucker: Dodging The Donkey Doo by Valerie Wilding

Toby Tucker: Dodging The Donkey Doo

Written by Valerie Wilding

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Brilliant time-travelling adventures.Toby is plunged back to Ancient Greece, into Niko’s life, where he finds himself dodging the donkey doo.

Readers of Horrid Henry and the Horrible Histories will love it and in addition we think that even the most reluctant of readers, particularly boys will really relate to Toby and his historical exploits.

The titles in the series so far and in order are Keeping Sneaky Secrets, Dodging the Donkey Doo, Sludging Through the Sewers, Mucking about with Monkeys, Picking People’s Pockets and Hogging all the Pig Swill.


Toby Tucker: Dodging The Donkey Doo by Valerie Wilding

Toby Tucker is an orphan with a secret. He owns a chest filled with torn paper, and a strange message: Piece your family tree together and you'll find out who you are and when you come from. When he manages to put together a name, the most incredible magic happens.

About the Author

Valerie Wilding

Valerie Wilding was a teacher for twenty years and now manages a school library. She has had over twenty books published, including a Green Banana: Diggers and Dumpers. She lives in Alton, Hampshire.

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Egmont Childrens Books

Publication date

5th March 2007




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