Will the genie bring Jiggy good luck, or is Jiggy's life about to get even worse? Ellis Nadler illustrates all the Jiggy McCue books, and his interpretation of Michael's stories adds an extra dimension of enjoyment. I liked the first sentence of the book 'I was woken up by the jolly sound of my mother throwing up in the bathroom'. Neville is part of the Little Devils network, and his reappearance in Jiggy's life brings chaos and confusion to young Jiggy and his friends Pete and Angie. Jiggy calls in his best pals, Pete and Angie, and together the Three Musketeers - one for all and all for lunch! Author Biography Michael Lawrence is a talented and versatile writer who has published books for all ages, from picture books to teenage fiction, but it is for his Jiggy McCue books that he is best known. Jiggy Mccue: Jiggy is a very funny character. Something big and angry and invisible.
So when he emerges from his hasty hiding spot into a parallel universe, he's not impressed! Click Download or Read Online button to get the iron the switch and the broom cupboard book now. Michael Lawrence has been a graphic designer, photographer,. Wickedly funny, witty and sometimes downright weird - laugh your socks off with Jiggy McCue! See details for additional description. A new girl at Jiggy's school has an allergy - her nose runs dramatically at unexpected times. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. . One night, while he is mid-piddle, a genie rises out of the water.
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Michael Lawrence is a talented and versatile writer who has published books for all ages, from picture books to teenage fiction, but it is for his Jiggy McCue books that he is best known. If you find documents that should not be here please report them This ninth Jiggy McCue story sees Jiggy entering an alternative reality when he hides in the school caretaker's broom cupboard. Meanwhile, the three friends, Jiggy, Pete and Angie have found a creature on the council tip - a small, brown, furry character, the Snottle, that seems to have a strange bond with the new girl. This ninth Jiggy McCue story sees Jiggy entering an alternative reality when he hides in the school caretaker's broom cupboard. This book made me want to cry out with laughter.
Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Where did it come from? Everyone shuns her except Angie, to Pete and Jiggy's disgust. In this new world, Jiggy finds he has swapped places with a boy called Juggy who is about to go on a school trip? Use it at your risk. He now lives in North Carolina with his wife. Ellis Nadler illustrates all the Jiggy McCue books, and his interpretation of Michael's stories adds an extra dimension of enjoyment.
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. I would describe this book as a humor. Jiggy only jumped into the school broom cupboard for two minutes to avoid a teacher. Something which hisses and flaps and stabs his bum and generally makes his life a misery. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. It turns out that the girl has reached the age where females in her family develop a Gift - hers is to be able to tell the future via her nose - she's something of a Nostrilamus.
The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. One day, in class, the new girl does a mighty sneeze, spraying snot all over the window, and Jiggy sees pictures in it that foretell the future. . . . .
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