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The Tale of Georgie Grub
     

The Tale of Georgie Grub

by Jeanne Willis
 

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A gloriously funny tale of warning from the award-winning Jeanne Willis
 
This hilarious tale of Georgie Grub, a child who refuses to bathe himself much to the consternation of his poor mother, is sure to digust and delight children and adults alike. No matter how hard Georgie's mother tries to get him to wash, the moment she

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A gloriously funny tale of warning from the award-winning Jeanne Willis
 
This hilarious tale of Georgie Grub, a child who refuses to bathe himself much to the consternation of his poor mother, is sure to digust and delight children and adults alike. No matter how hard Georgie's mother tries to get him to wash, the moment she says "soap," the bad little hooligan runs and hides. However, when Georgie meets an amusingly gruesome end, it's his mother who gets the last laugh. This hilariously anarchic tale shows the unfortunate consequences that befall bad boys and girls who do not wash up.

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"A hilarious and blithely grim cautionary tale. Willis' agile rhymes dance across the page."  —Bookseller

"An amusing tale." — Yahoo! Voices.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849390651
Publisher:
Andersen Press, Limited
Publication date:
10/01/2012
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
10.80(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range:
3 - 5 Years

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From the Publisher
"A hilarious and blithely grim cautionary tale. Willis' agile rhymes dance across the page."  —Bookseller

"An amusing tale." — Yahoo! Voices.com

Meet the Author


Jeanne Willis is one of the most successful children's picture book authors. Her books include Old Dog, Dozy Mare, Dr Xargle’s Book of Earthlets, and The Really Rude Rhino. Margaret Chamberlain is the illustrator of a number of children's books, including I Do Not Eat the Colour Green, The Man Whose Mother Was a Pirate, and Pass the Jam, Jim.

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