Jiggy McCue: The Iron, the Switch And the Broom Cupboard by Michael Lawrence
  

Jiggy McCue: The Iron, the Switch And the Broom Cupboard

Written by Michael Lawrence
Part of the Jiggy McCue Series

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Jiggy only jumped into the school broom cupboard for two minutes to avoid a teacher. So when he emerges from his hasty hiding spot into a parallel universe, he's not impressed! And there's not a lion or a witch in sight...In this new world, Jiggy finds he has swapped places with a boy called Juggy who is about to go on a school trip -- a trip to compete in the UK Extreme Ironing Championships...

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.

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Synopsis

Jiggy McCue: The Iron, the Switch And the Broom Cupboard by Michael Lawrence

Jiggy only jumped into the school broom cupboard for two minutes to avoid a teacher. So when he emerges from his hasty hiding spot into a parallel universe, he's not impressed! And there's not a lion or a witch in sight...In this new world, Jiggy finds he has swapped places with a boy called Juggy who is about to go on a school trip -- a trip to compete in the UK Extreme Ironing Championships...

About the Author

Michael Lawrence

Name: Michael Lawrence

Likes: The idea of doing nothing at all. If only I had time.

Dislikes: There isn't enough room on the page for me to write them all down!

3 Words that best describe me: Dashing, daring, strong (sadly, three lies).

A secret that not many people know: I am a young wizard in disguise.

Michael Lawrence is the talented and fascinating author of books for children and young adults. Born and raised in England, his young adult trilogy, Withern Rise, features his childhood home. He also has a series for younger children about the odd character of Jiggy McCue and his misadventures.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
352 pages

Author

Michael Lawrence
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Author's Website

www.wordybug.com

Publisher

Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

2nd July 2009

ISBN

9781408304051

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