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Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Product Description

Class 2R tackle alien eggs and flying dogs at the world’s silliest school. If you like to laugh, it’s the only place to come! After all, does your school have a superhero dog on the school roof? Nope? Well, Wigglesbottom Primary totally does. And that’s not all. Is the lunchtime mashed potato really, really weird? YES! Does Susie Keys own an alien egg? YES! Giggle yourself giddy with Class 2R as they figure out what to do about it all!

  • Three stories from the world’s wackiest primary school
  • Full of laugh-out-loud silliness and witty illustrations
  • Rising star Pamela Butchart is a Blue Peter Award winner
  • Her other books include the bestselling Baby Aliens series

Product Details

Catalogue number

194 in Spring 2017 Primary

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780857636751

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Date published

June 1st, 2017

Other details
  • 112 pages
Condition

New

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  1. Hayley
    on 25 May 2017

    A great book for a 6 year old!

    This is the first book my daughter has voluntarily read by herself (she’s 6, a young Year 2 and has so far struggled a bit with reading). There are 3 stories told with delightful exaggeration and emphasis as if written by a child and this was the first time I felt she had really read aloud with meaning (and understanding what she was saying). What’s more, the stories are funny (funny enough that we both laughed). I really can’t recommend them enough. We’ve already bought another one in the series!

    5out of 5

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