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One for All and All for Lunch! (Jiggy McCue) Paperback – 2 Jul 2009
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A collection of hilarious stories. Lawrence is able to get underneath the skin of each character perfectly. (Dorset Echo)
Exciting relaunch of the bestselling series, with fantastic new covers! ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR LUNCH! is the eleventh hilarious story about Jiggy McCue - the boy who weird and wacky things seem to happen to...See all Product description
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I chose this review because I thou roughly enjoyed this amazing book. Overall a very good book.
By Michael Lawrence
Jiggy (aged 12) (best friends with Pete and angie)
Pete (aged 12)( best friends with Jiggy and Anigie)
Angie (aged 12) (best friends with Jiggie and Pete)
Stallone (no idea how old he is) (Jiggy's cat)
In this book there are five different stories two are by Jiggy ,one is by Pete ,one is by angie and one is by Stallone.
Jiggys first story is about a man made out of bogies that comes alive and gets Jiggy into a lot of trouble. His second story is about a shell that has a mysterious voice inside and whenever he listens to it he desperately needs the toilet.
Petes story is about he and is grandpa who love each other very much but one day his grandpa gets dementia so he used a computer chip to boost his memory.
The next is by angie and when she is staying at her her grandparents house she sees a mysterious object fly out of the sky she goes and investigates and realises it's a purse but it's not ordinary whenever she goes to close the purse sprays her with a weird powder that makes people dance. The next day her grandparents dog goes to neer and finds out he can dance up walls and people come from miles to see the dancing dog.
The final story is by Stallone and this one is my favourite. It's tells you all about Stallones life as a kitten. You find out that stallones fought a group of street cats single handed and has also been visited by an angel cat who gives Stallone some useful advice: never trust any other cats.
The reason I liked this story so much was because I liked reading from a cats point of view and I also liked how he called humans no-tails
I would recommend this book to people aged ten to fourteen. The whole book was funny and engaging so I would rate it 8/10
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