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Picture Perfect by Matt Porter
“Please take the photo again,” I beg. “This time I’ll stay really still.” “If I take it again, someone else will pull a face,” the photographer explains. “That’s fine, as long as it’s not me!” Doesn’t he realise that my whole future with Michelle depends on this photo?
Her Royal Behindness by Kerri Lane
“Bossy? Does this make my bottom look big?” Queen Jodi asked. All around the castle, people gasped. Sir Bossalot tried to ignore her. Then he ran away. The Queen screwed up her face. “I think Bossy needs to dig the wax out of his ears,” she muttered, as she watched him disappear.
Humour Me by Christopher Stitt
“Why aren’t you laughing, Monty?” asked Emily. “He’s lost his sense of humour,” said Thomas. Mrs Horton’s face was red from laughing. “You look worried, Monty.” Worried? I was terrified! I’d lost my sense of humour. That was nothing to laugh at!
My Country by Matt Porter
“I hereby declare this caravan to be an independent country. As you don’t have the right passport, I cannot allow you to enter Caravania,” I announce. Dad just stares at me. “I’m going to get that report,” he says. Dad walks away. But he’ll be back.
The Kingdom of Happily Ever After by Fiona Walker
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs went to visit The Three Bears and got into a food fight. The King arrived to find The Three Bears head to toe in porridge and the Seven Dwarfs jumping from bed to bed. “Who made this mess?” he yelled. “It was them!” Snow White pointed at the dwarfs.
Titus the Champion by Lisa Thompson
Marty looked at Titus snoring on his back. “I’m pretty sure Titus doesn’t want to be taught anything.” “Are you joking?” I cried. “Wait until he sees the obstacle course we’re going to build for him!” “We?” Marty asked. He looked at Titus, still snoring, and rolled his eyes.
The Adventures of Zip Velocity by Bren MacDibble
There was someone under Cody’s bed! Cody leapt off the bed and ran for the door. Just then, Zip Velocity rolled out and stood up. “Zip Velocity?” Cody asked, in amazement. “That’s me. Now, did you see a hairy beast run past?”
Haunted Hair by Lisa Thompson
“I luurrve your hair,” Mitzi says cheerily. “It’s full of hiding spots.” “Hiding spots?” I ask. “Oh, never mind. What can I do for you?” she says. “My sister says I need a new hairdo for the school dance,” I explain. Next thing I know, my hair is done and I am in front of a mirror next to my sister. ...Show more
Gigglers Green Set 2 are brand new, illustrated chapter books with a 1200–1500 word count and a reading age of 7.5 + years. The books have full colour illustrations, chapters and glossary. Each book has guided reading discussion points and narrative notes inside the title to extend each readers underst ...Show more
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