Oli and Skipjack's Tales of Trouble: Mirror Mischief by Ceci Jenkinson
  

Oli and Skipjack's Tales of Trouble: Mirror Mischief

Written by Ceci Jenkinson

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There are jokes aplenty in this fourth entertaining adventure about Oli and Skipjack who have an uncanny knack of getting into the deepest trouble. Oli’s magic mirror seems like the perfect solution for turning the tables on the mean maths teacher Vernon Surd and Slugger Stubbins the infamous school bully. The trouble is the results are wholly unpredictable. Skipjack must come to the rescue helped out by the zombie witch doctor. The results are wild, wacky and very funny.

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Oli and Skipjack's Tales of Trouble: Mirror Mischief by Ceci Jenkinson

Magic Trouble! Meany maths teacher Vernon Surd punishes anyone who can't do fractions (= Oli). School bully Slugger Stubbins punishes anyone who dodges his rugby tackles (= Oli). But when Oli uses his new magic mirror to punish his punishers, they go absolutely wild! Now only Skipjack can save his friend, with a bit of help from the Zombie Witch Doctor.

About the Author

Ceci Jenkinson

Ceci Jenkinson is the author of The Mum Shop, Gnomes are Forever, which was shortlisted for the 2009 Waterstone's Children's Book Prize, and The Spookoscope. She lives in Wales with her husband and two young sons.

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Paperback

Author

Ceci Jenkinson
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Publisher

Faber Children's Books an imprint of Faber and Faber

Publication date

24th December 2009

ISBN

9780571249695

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