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The Toilet Of Doom (Jiggy McCue) Paperback – 2 Jul 2009
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Exciting relaunch of the bestselling series, with fantastic new covers! THE TOILET OF DOOM is the second hilarious story about Jiggy McCue - the boy who weird and wacky things seem to happen to...
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Early readers and people who want an easy laugh
Nice story innocent with regards to adult language and scenes
I would recomend this book to anyone 8 and above. Im 12 at the mo and I think its great, and im sure my sister(10years old) would enjoy it too, if she would stop playing football long enough to give it a chance.
I started reading this book in a library, and had to put it away pretty quickly cos the librarians told me if i didnt stop laughing theyd chuck me out... So i bought it as soon as i could, and giggled all the way through (which is saying somthing, cos even my sis calls me a moody almost-teenager, and shes only 5!)
Basicly, im telling anyone who bothered reading this reveiw who has a sence of humor to stop reading this now and BUY IT!!!!!
Read this book to find out! It is an enjoyable book and hilarious! Enough to get you 'jigging' about!
After recently buying this book i got into the hole series maggot pie,the meanest genie,kid swap e.t.c . The book i have just bought was introduced by Micheal Lawrence (soz if mispelt name) a extremly good author if you liked the series,which i'm sure you have, you also have probaly got the books in the rest of the series and i know you know they are good books but not as good as toliet of doom. And like the first review i to laughed my socks of.
Recently someone asked me if you could use one word to describe toilet of doom what would it be? I had never heard of the book before and as soon as i got it I said AMAZING he said supercalafragilicusexbaladocus. So if you have got this book and gone hey this book sucks then get an imagination and ill faint. This book in the future will be amazing and i'll make that happen because i am actully David John Cameron (dont get too exited) Priminister of the UK
Kind regards, David
Angie swops bodies with Jiggy and they have to live as members of the opposite sex, which causes them lots of problems. They dread the P.E lessons because they have to go into the other persons changing room. Angie turns out to be better at rugby than the boys and Jiggy turns out to be a master at netball. They try to sort out the problems by playing the game again but it causes even more confusion because Pete then turns into a cat called Stallone.
When Jiggy was in Angie's body he was calm and suddenly got a liking for cushions. Angie on the other hand started to get angry and impatient with other people. The funniest moment in the story is when Pete has to go to school as a cat and ends up a tree chasing a bird.
One of the messages in the book is that girls and boys should be allowed to play all types of games, even if they're phyical and energetic. Another message is that you never know what you may like or dislike until you have tried something.
The best bit in the story is when Angie (Jiggy really) is good at netball (even though the real Angie is not) and Jiggy (who is Angie really) is a rugby superstar (even though Jiggy is rubbish at it) and they worry about their own (real) reputations. My least favourite part is when they change back to their usual selves because they were, actually, better as each other.
The rating I would give the book is 9/ 10 and I would recommend it to kids aged 7 - 11.
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