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    • Book Paper or Softback
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    • 9781407139722
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    • 112 pages
    • For ages 7 to 9

A cheeky tale of revenge, dogs and poo by one of the world’s greatest writers, a former winner of the Booker Prize for Fiction. If adults are mean to children, they get the Giggler Treatment. It’s smelly. It’s squishy. And it sticks to your shoe! Who are the Giggers? Good question. They look after children… and they do it very well. But sometimes even the Gigglers make a mistake and go after the wrong adult. Can Robbie, Kayla, Jimmy and Rover the wonder dog come to poor Mr Mack’s rescue… before it’s ‘poo’ late?

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Roddy Doyle

Roddy Doyle is the author of many acclaimed and bestselling novels: including A Star Called Henry, The Commitments and The Van. This is his third book for children published by Scholastic.

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  1. bugsbunny67 on 12 October 2013

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    i wanna read this

  2. Book-Club-Review-Team on 8 October 2013

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    Firstly, my mum did not like this book because there had the word poo in it a lot. Secondly I loved this book because I thought it was very funny. Thirdly I think this book is eight plus because it has the word poo in it.

    This book is about these little creatures that are called The Gigglers. The Gigglers are like chameleons whatever the colour of the background is they are. The Treatment is if an adult is mean to a child they get the Treatment and the Treatment is Rover’s poo. Rover is the dog that they buy poo off for fifty pence.

    It’s about Rover saves Mister Mack from stepping in the poo. Rover is a talking dog and puts his fifty pence in his bones and berries them in his garden. He was saving Mister Mach from stepping in the poo because he did a really sticky one so who ever steps in it they stay there stuck to the ground.

    Stephanie, aged 8

    5 out of 5