The Revenge Of The Ballybogs
Written by Siobhan Rowden
Illustrated by Mark Beech
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February 2013 Book of the Month There’s lots to disgust in this entertainingly grisly sequel to The Curse of the Bogle’s Beard. Barnaby Figg and his father are busy working in Granny Hogsflesh’s pickling factory. Barnaby hates bogles and hopes that his previous encounter will be the end of them. But, after Granny Hogsflesh accidentally pickles her cousin, the bogles are back with vengeance. Can Barnaby stop them? Bogles and the disgusting territory they occupy will delight all fans of those other disgusting heroes such as Mr Gum and Mr Stink.
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The Revenge Of The Ballybogs by Siobhan Rowden
The sequel to the hilarious debut THE CURSE OF THE BOGLE'S BEARD. Finally free of devious bogles, Barnaby Figg and his parents are working happily at Granny Hogsflesh's Pickle Factory. But when Barnaby's mum goes missing along with the pickled remains of Belchetta Ballybog, it can only mean one thing: the bogles want revenge for the death of Belchetta, and they're determined to bring dow Granny Hogsflesh once and for all The mission to rescue mum from the depth of the bogle's bog is packed with sticky situations, bogle family secrets, dangerous beetroot, the suspiciously interfering Ladies Pickled Institute, and more disgusting pickles than ever before.
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4th February 2013
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