The Toilet of Doom by Michael Lawrence, Gwen Grant
  

Synopsis

The Toilet of Doom by Michael Lawrence, Gwen Grant

Feel that your life has gone down the pan? Well here's your chance to swap it for a better one! When these tempting words appear on the computer screen, Jiggy McCue just can't resist. He hits 'F for Flush' and...Oh dear. He really shouldn't have done that. Because the life he gets in place of his own is a very embarrassing one - especially for a boy. This is another loony adventure with The Three Musketeers!

Reviews

The funniest book I've ever read. Teen Titles

About the Author

Michael Lawrence trained as a graphic designer and photographer at art school in London. He worked in a wide range of jobs before becoming a children's author: freelance photographer; TV script reader; grammar checker for a PR consultant in Paris; limbo dancer; press officer; abbatoir scout for a travelling circus; art and antique dealer; painter and sculptor. He lives in Cambridgeshire. The Killer Underpants won the Stockton Book Award and The Poltergoose, another title in the Jiggy McCue series, was shortlisted for the Blue Peter Book Award. Kris Marshall is best known for his performance in the BBC sitcom My Family, in which he plays gormless son, Nick. Since then, he has appeared in several feature films including Iris and Love Actually.

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Book Info

Format

CD-Audio
32 pages
Running Time: 160 minutes

Author

Michael Lawrence, Gwen Grant
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

6th July 2006

ISBN

9781846162657


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