The Tale of the Miserous Mip

The Tale of the Miserous Mip

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by James Sutherland
     
 

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Deep in the middle of a murky swamp on a distant island, live the Bog Hogs. Interested only in slugs, worms and other swampy snacks, theirs is a blissful existence.

Yet close by, in the caverns of Mip Mountain, the dreaded Miserous One is awakening. And what is more, she is very, very hungry.

Can anyone save Little Boggy and his Auntie Beryl from the ghastly

Overview

Deep in the middle of a murky swamp on a distant island, live the Bog Hogs. Interested only in slugs, worms and other swampy snacks, theirs is a blissful existence.

Yet close by, in the caverns of Mip Mountain, the dreaded Miserous One is awakening. And what is more, she is very, very hungry.

Can anyone save Little Boggy and his Auntie Beryl from the ghastly clutches of the Mip? And even more importantly, will they make it back to their snug little holes in time for supper?

A silly but scary story for boys and girls!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461029922
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/11/2011
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

Meet the Author

James Sutherland was born in Stoke-on-Trent, England, many, many, many years ago. So long ago, in fact, that he can't remember a thing about it. The son of a musician, he moved around lots as a youngster, attending schools in the Isle of Man and Spain before returning to Stoke where he lurked until the age of 18. After gaining a French degree at Bangor University, North Wales, James toiled manfully at a variety of office jobs before making a daring escape through a fire exit, hell-bent on writing silly nonsense full-time. James was a big fan of Richmal Crompton's "Just William" books as a kid and has been spotted giggling at P.G. Woodhouse and George MacDonald Fraser's "Flashman" books (to name a couple of favourites) in adulthood. In his spare time, James enjoys hunting for slugs in the garden, chatting with his gold fish and frolicking around the house in his tartan nightie.

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The Tale of the Miserous Mip 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is ok but is is super boring