When rascals Polly and Gertie collect filthy bubblegum from the pavement, Great Aunt Mabel bans them form playing together. Too bad for Auntie 'cause Polly and Gertie are in the school choir together, and they want to be famous like Justin Bieber. But when Polly accidently wee-wees on the classroom floor, Miss Badger kicks her out of the choir. She claims Polly will pee on the stage and embarrass their school when they sing at The Opera House.
Determined to go to the festival, Polly promises to mime if the Principal to lets her go. Though the headmistress agrees, Polly doesn't tell her she plans on taking her doggy. After all, Mange is a rascal too, and he wants to be famous like Verdell.
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After reading 'Star Crossed Rascals', I am hooked on Polly and Gertie. The two bestest friends in the world. Who don't love stories about best friends? They stick together, play together and get in trouble together. That's the best part. I love the part about the hole in the bathroom. Classic! Just leave it to these two girls to do something like this. It never even crossed my mind there would be a hole in the bathroom. I just thought Polly would fall from the bag. Well done, Patricia Puddle. Then, there's the part about Mrs. Badger, the mean teacher. That's every child's worst nightmare. Luckily there's Mr. Tenor, the nice teacher with a dog named Jeremiah. Love that name. Also, there's a not-so-bad headmistress Mrs Godbolt. I like her actually. And then, there's the famous Great Aunt Mabel. What a horrid cook she is! I wouldn't want to eat anything she cooks either! I love Mange, Polly's dog. He was such a riot, stealing Auntie's teeth (dentures). He was a good boy on the way to the Opera House until in the end, he created such a ruckus, giving the audience a good laugh, including me. In all, this book is definitely recommended for both kids and adults alike. Well done!