Top Gear: the Stigtionary by


Top Gear: the Stigtionary by

The Top Gear presenters do talk a lot of rubbish. Ever wondered what on earth James May is talking about when he rattles on about engines and physics and stuff? Or what the gibberish coming out of Jeremy's mouth really means? Or how to pronounce Richard Hammond's favourite cars? The Stigtionary will explain all those tricky things for you, with hilarious definitions of words and phrases from the BBC show.

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176 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 12


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Publication date

6th September 2012



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