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Grubtown Tales: When Bunnies Turn Bad [Paperback]

Philip Ardagh

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5 May 2011 Grubtown Tales

If Beardy Ardagh is to be believed, the trouble begins when a monkey escapes from The Grubtown Old Folks Home, or when The Sun-Ripe Raisin Man decides to give up shrivelled dried grapes and to grow Vegetables instead. Whatever the beginning, it all ends up with Far Too Many Bunny Rabbits and a serious problem with paper aeroplanes.

Philip Ardagh shows just what it is that would make any sane-minded person avoid visiting Grubtown for business OR pleasure at all costs, and EXACTLY why fun-loving readers (of all ages) should head straight for a shelf of Grubtown Tales.

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Ardagh's witty and daft series is infused with a love of language and the sheer pointless delight of spinning a silly yarn. When Bunnies Turn Bad is as good as it's six predecessors, crammed with the usual authorial interventions, typographiccal trickery, and dictionary-raiding character names. Jim Paillot's pencil illustrations add to the general lunacy. --James Lovegrove, Financial Times

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Roald Dahl Funny Prize winner Philip Ardagh is back with the seventh tale of grubbiness and chaos in his hilarious Grubtown Tales series. Perfect for fans of Mr Gum and Horrid Henry.

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