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by Helen Stephens,Simon Mason




THE QUIGLEYS ARE back! Mum and Dad think the Quigleys need to move—the children are getting bouncier and the house is getting smaller. But Will and Lucy don’t agree, so they come up with a cunning plan. . . .Praise for The Quigleys:“Laugh-out-loud funny . . . this is a family story to be shared, the characters not soon forgotten.”—Kirkus Reviews“Children will enjoy the plentiful dialogue, likable family, mixture of low-key and over-the-top humor, and occasional black-line illustrations.”—School Library Journal
Download Quigleys: Not for Sale epub
ISBN: 0385750439
ISBN13: 978-0385750431
Category: Children
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Helen Stephens,Simon Mason
Language: English
Publisher: David Fickling Books; 1st American edition (November 9, 2004)
Pages: 176 pages
ePUB size: 1952 kb
FB2 size: 1618 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 304
Other Formats: azw lit txt doc

Nuliax
I bought all the 4 Quigley's books on a recommendation I read by the author of the "Penderwicks" a couple of years ago.

My kids (aged 8, 8 and 12) have read all four books multiple times. They revel in the (mis)adventures of the Quigley Dad. Some of the passages leave them rolling in laughter. There's something unique about the Quigley stories that makes the kids go back and re-read them several times.

Highly recommended for ages 7 thru 12.

Hope Simon writes a few more Quigleys books.
Nirn
My daughter laughs out loud when she reads the outrageous escapades of the Quigley Family, no matter how many times she has read the books before. This one was just as fun as the others.
Coron
This book is so funny! I have read it three times (I am 35...)! The illustrations make the text even more funny!

The children think up schemes to help their parents pay "tacks", have much fun spending the weekend in a hotel, try to keep Dad from selling the house and "help" Mum enjoy a "relaxing" walk in the park.
Lanadrta
A cute portrait of a family of four from all perspectives. The humor is such that both kids and adults will enjoy reading it alone or together.