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by Paula Jennings

  • Author: Paula Jennings
  • ISBN: 1905939248
  • ISBN13: 978-1905939244
  • ePub: 1542 kb | FB2: 1469 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: HappenStance (October 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 278
  • Format: azw rtf lrf lit
Out of the Body of the Green Girl ePub download

ALSO BY PAUL JENNINGS Unreal! . Paul Jennings’ Spookiest Stories. The Cabbage Patch Fibs. I jumped out of the window and bent over the footprint. I touched it gently with one finger.

ALSO BY PAUL JENNINGS Unreal! Unbelievable! Quirky Tails Uncanny! Unbearable! Unmentionable! Undone! Uncovered! Unseen! Tongue-Tied! Paul Jennings’. The Cabbage Patch series.

Paul Jennings' Spookiest Stories book. To celebrate 20 years of stories by Paul Jennings, Penguin has put together collections of his work. Since Unreal was published in 1985, Paul Jennings. Hand-picked by Paul, each book contains 20 - 25 stories from the UnCollected series, Tongue-tied and the Super Diaries. Paul Jennings' Funniest Since Unreal was published in 1985, Paul Jennings has written over 100 stories and sold over . million copies of his books.

Paul Jennings' Funniest Stories book. To celebrate 20 years of stories by Paul Jennings, Penguin has put together a collection of his funniest work. Hand-picked by Paul, each book contains around 25 stories from the "UnCollected Series" and "Tongue-Tied".

The Paul Jennings phenomenon began with the publication of Unreal! in 1985 and, eight million books later, readers all . .With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

Paul Jennings AM is an English-Australian children's book writer. His books mainly feature short stories that lead the reader through an unusual series of events that end with a twist. Paul Jennings was born on 30 April 1943 in Heston, Middlesex (now part of Hounslow in London). In 1949 his family emigrated to Australia, where he attended school at Bentleigh West Primary School.

The Paul Jennings phenomenon began with the publication of Unreal! in 1985. Thirty years and nine million books later, young readers all around the world continue to devour his stories. In this special volume, Paul has personally selected 30 tales from his entire collection to mark the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his first book. You'll find a girl made of ice, a dog who digs holes in the cemetery, a see-through boy, magic lipstick, a haunted toilet, a lie detector at school, two musical spirits who try to save a lighthouse – and lots, lots more.

I’m a college student from California and I have a passion for books. Hello to all the families in Davidson County and Rutherford County, Tennessee!

I’m a college student from California and I have a passion for books. They help the little guys get excited about learning, and even goes all the way up to college prep!

Of course, the man in the brown hat said, there are good policemen and there are bad policemen, you know. He had short brown hair and a happy smile. His wife, Julie, had long red hair and very green eyes – the colour of sea water. They were very beautiful eyes.

Of course, the man in the brown hat said, there are good policemen and there are bad policemen, you know. You’re right, the young man said. The man in the brown hat talked and talked.

The girls on the other side of the carriage are watching me, their faces blank. I can hear the train coming; I know its rhythm by heart

The girls on the other side of the carriage are watching me, their faces blank. I can hear the train coming; I know its rhythm by heart. It picks up speed as it accelerates out of Northcote station and then, after rattling round the bend, it starts to slow down, from a rattle to a rumble, and then sometimes a screech of brakes as it stops at the signal a couple hundred yards from the house. My coffee is cold on the table, but I’m too deliciously warm and lazy to bother getting up to make myself another cup.