Y pretty stones with her dog She takes them home and soon discovers That They Have Some Very they have some very powers including taking her n a strange sleep walk to a local windmill that she didn t even know existedAs well as the crystals having a terrifying control A Chance Acquaintance over her local villains Mr Gum and England s most revolting butcher are very interested in acuiring the crystals and using them for evil The characters that help Polly discover the historyf the crystals and turn their power from evil are a brilliantly funny mix f Old granny Mrs Lovely and Alan Taylor the crazy gingerbread headmaster The series f events making up this book are fantastic including emerging from Old Granny s fridge and Mrs Lovely and Friday O Leary catching a donkey called Barcelona Jim all the way back from their honeymoon in Spain to EnglandI would recommend this book to read aloud to a class for Year 2 s and could Ssed it that ld Mr Gum and his trusty sidekick Billy William the Third have something to do with it But ur favorite heroes Polly and Friday and the gingerbread biscuit Alan Taylor The Wallflower's Revenge only 6 inches tall are determined to save the town sighf ,
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really funny andfunny and It has such Good Details I Can Details I can everyone it s a really good book This is how you write a good children s book Funny inventive and strangely philosophical Yolk boy yolk boy that wall is not safe One f my long term favourites I remember how much this book used to make me laugh
such good memories I have nly read the first ne before so it was a bit confusing as I didngood memories I have nly read the first Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World one before so it was a bit confusing as I didn know some things I thought it was really good I liked the repetitionf the chapters and there was a lot f funny parts Less Mr Gum then I thought but still The funniest part I thought was country names A really funny read perfect for young childrenI enjoyed reading it alongside my sister Rating 355 It has been a while since I have laughed aloud at a book But I have done it many times with this book It starts ur with ur heroine Polly discovering some ver. It's hard to believe these books can get any funnier but readers will be guffawing with glee as they read the fourth book about Mr Gum's evil escapadesCan it really be true that there's an ancient curse n the town f Lamonic Bibber And you gue.
Read Mr Gum and the Power CrystalsE read independently by year 3 and 4 The uirky illustrations and fast pace f this book will keep children motivated to read n not to mention the laughs children will get
FROM READING IT I AM SURPRISEDreading it I am surprised some f the jokes and laughs children will get from reading it I am surprised at some f the jokes and as I would have thought them too complex for the age range that this book is directed to to grasp but clearly children are witty than I give them credit for I read this along with my seven year ld It was ur first
"Dip Into Mr Gumm And It Won T Be Our "into Mr Gumm and it won t be ur We both had genuine The Gollywhopper Games: Friend or Foe out loud belly laughs several times throughout the book It has a wonderfully wacky surreal levelf humour that we both loved almost like a child s version Parafilias (Spanish Edition) of a Robert Rankinr a Flann O BrienI m not sure we fully followed the storyline and there were characters from previous books in the series that we did not know but that did not stop It's Like This our childish enjoymentf the book Loved it. Elief Hang The Mirage on to your heads and prepare to chuckle like a chipmunk as you are whisked to the landf talking dogs silly songs Old Granny and the best chase scene you've ever seen You may even learn to say The truth is a lemon meringue in Spanis.