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on 17 May 2008
Meet Mr Majeika, in this hilarious Humphrey Carpenter book, all over again as he has a lot more problems with his spells, his naughtiest, rudest, nastiest pupil - Hamish Bigmore, his worst enemy and a new computer in Class Three at St. Barty's School! The class go into the computer and they travel, across the Internet, to everywhere Gulliver, from Gulliver's Travels, went with a brand new friend - Gulliver the Mouse! They meet some tiny people, some famous giants, some busy learned horses, some strange people with great technology and the Webmistress...
This book is another book in this side-splitting series or super stories about a retired (but still practicing) wizard who is now a teacher.
I would rate this book 9/10 and would recommend it to adventure-loving 7 - 12 year olds who also like magic.
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on 5 November 2015
I read this book for a school project. I had never hear of Mr. Majeika before. It's strange that he used to be a wizard and now he is a school teacher. This story brings you to lots of fun and adventures because the whole class get stuck inside the Internet.

My favourite characters were the Houyhnhnms because they were horses.

When you read this book you feel like you are in a magical land.

By Elsie, aged 7
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on 11 July 2010
This is a wonderful children's book which makes reading so much fun. My little grandson's reading has noticably improved since he started to read Mr Majeika stories. His teacher read one to the children in his class at school, then everyone wanted to rush out and buy one, such was the impact of 'Mr Majeika'!
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on 16 October 2012
My 7 year old loves the Mr Majeika books. They are all good. There is enough differentiation between each book in subject matter to keep the interest up, even though the baddy is always the same.
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on 31 July 2013
Very interesting book hope to get another one
From Lauren aged 10 I think people from age 6-12 should read it if they can read confidentialy
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on 16 October 2014
Great book
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on 30 December 2001
a thrilling adventure of a magic teacher
him and his class gets stuck in a computer on the school website
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on 16 January 2016
thanks
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on 27 December 2015
Great!
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