Jiggy Mccue: One for all and all for Lunch
Written by Michael Lawrence
Part of the Jiggy McCue Series
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A new collection of stories, One for All and All for Lunch – each told by a different character from the Jiggy stories. It’s a real treat for existing fans or indeed for any 9+ reader who is new to Jiggy. But you have been warned, it is laugh-out-loud funny. To view loads of other Jiggy titles click here.
Get ready boys and girls to laugh your clothes off with the sheer story-telling brilliance of Michael Lawrence and the peculiar misadventures that seem to dog Jiggy McCue. Variously described as funny, wacky, lively, the funniest books ever read, laugh a minute, by turns hilarious and revolting, fantastic and you’ll giggle and laugh until it hurts, these sentiments brilliantly describe what you as a reader are guaranteed to get when you read Jiggy McCue. Join the self-proclaimed Three Musketeers - Jiggy, Pete and Angie as they embark on another hilarious adventure.
Jiggy Mccue: One for all and all for Lunch by Michael Lawrence
A collection of short stories, each told by a different character from the Jiggy McCue stories. Here we have tales from the points of view not only of Jiggy, but also Pete, Angie, and even Stallone the cat.
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More books by Michael Lawrence
Hachette Children's Books
2nd July 2009
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