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Thumb Pickles and Other Cautionary Preserves

Thumb Pickles and Other Cautionary Preserves 1

by Darcy-Lee Tindale
Publication Date: 30/11/2014
5/5 Rating 1 Reviews
RRP  $27.48 $27.25
These are the stories you won't believe and the stories your parents don't want you to believe. Klaus Von Fohn loved horseradish way too much; Signor Stupido pulled rude faces; Lorcan O'Reilly never washed behind his ears, and because someone ran with scissors, the children of the whole village of Tenderville lost their thumbs. This collection of cautionary tales shows how ignoring good advice can lead to finding yourself in a real pickle.
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
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Woodslane Pty Limited
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Customer Reviews

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5 / 5 (1 Ratings)
  • Thumb Pickles gets the thumbs up

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    This is a really funny book, with great stories, I laughed a lot. The last story was sad, but I really enjoyed all the twists in it, and never guessed the end. I read it twice in one weekend, it was that good.