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Product description

The second in the hilarious series from Roald Dahl Funny Prize winning author Philip Ardagh and illustrator of The Gruffalo, Axel Scheffler.

Mr Grunt’s a man with a mission. He has to get a Person of Great Importance (or POGI) to someone called Mrs Bayliss by the twenty-fifth. Alive and well. And he can’t tell anyone more than that, not even his lovely wife, Mrs Grunt, because there will be people trying to snatch the POGI and so the POGI must be transported in secret. It’s an exciting adventure, but what interests Mr Grunt most are the silver coins he’s been promised at the end of it. The Grunts’ stolen son, Sunny, has a few questions. Who is the big-earringed cyclist? Why does the POGI have to wear a barrel all the time? Is Rodders Lasenby a lovely person or simply the rudest man on the planet? And how long will it be before they find themselves All At Sea?

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780857630711

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Date published

June 6th, 2013

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.4; Middle years; 5.0 points

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Philip Ardagh

Photo of Philip Ardagh

Axel Scheffler

Photo of Axel Scheffler

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  1. Sushi21
    on 4 March 2014

    What do you think ‘POGI’ stands for? Very funny.

    4out of 5