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Mr Skip
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Price:£3.99


on 22 February 2015
The story is about a girl called Jackie who lives in the City. She loves to crawl in the dumpsters and bring things home from it. She found a garden gnome broken in pieces in a dumpster. It's was her mothers birthday soon , and she thought it would be nice to give her the garden gnome as a gift. She fixed up the garden gnome and called it Mr Skip.
The most interesting thing about Mr Skip is that he comes alive - he can talk but doesn't move. He makes miracles happen. The best part is that she loves horse racing and her Grandma has a pet donkey called Barnaby . My favourite part in the story is when Barnaby wins a race and goes 40 miles per hour.
In the end they lose the €1m race but still get €500,000 euros from a film producer for their story, and can now move to the country and have a pet horse called Skippy.
My favourite character was Mr. Skip.
This book made me laugh in places.
I would give this book 1000 out of 1000, and I recommend it.
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on 23 March 2017
Good read. My daughter LOVED this book. Well written and great story. Highly recommended to any age and even the grown ups love it too
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on 23 May 2017
Excellent condition of the book for a second hand book. Very pleased with this purchase. The story is suitable for my 6 year old to read and he is able to read the words with ease. Thank you.
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on 2 December 2015
Another wonderful story, my 8 year old Son loved this one. Always happy with Michael Morpurgo books, fantastic for children written in a way that children understand and they get right into the stories. Would highly recommend, looking for books to read with your children, Michael Morpurgo Books are the way to go!
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on 23 August 2013
A good read, interesting plot and good, 'alive' characters. Only reservation: I am not that fond of magical forces that give empowerement to disempowered children !
Still, I would recommend the book to any 8-11 year old boy or girl
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on 5 May 2016
My grand daughter loves this book and her mum is almost fed up of reading it to her. Looking forward to when she can read it for herself.
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on 9 January 2018
Bought this for my granddaughter, she loved it. Good prompt delivery.
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on 22 February 2018
Great series of books for granddaughter as advanced reading for age group
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on 13 March 2018
daughter loved it
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on 17 January 2018
good reading for an 8 year old
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