Yuck's Fart Club (YUCK) PDF ePub eBook

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  • Publisher: Simon
  • Data Published: 23 October 2014
  • ISBN: 1471125122
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  • File Size: 31MB
  • Language: English
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Get the giggles with Yuck! Two more hilarious yucky adventures from YUCK - the muckiest, yuckiest, naughtiest little boy EVER! YUCK'S FART CLUB Yuck has had a brilliant idea for a club and he's inviting all his friends - who would have thought there were so many types of farts? But his sister, Polly, is determined to find out what Yuck and his friends are up to in the treehouse and she's in for a big shock when she finds out! YUCK'S SLICK TRICK Yuck does NOT want to go to school. He's got a spelling test and he'll do anything to get out of it. Even if it means showing the whole family just how sick he really is...

About Matt and Dave

Matthew Morgan and David Sinden co-developed and wrote the YUCK stories. They're lifelong friends who met at a primary school sports day and grew up in Kent. Matt and Dave both worked in children's publishing before turning to fulltime writing. They also write AN AWFULLY BEASTLY BUSINESS series with their friend Guy MacDonald.

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    26 January 2016

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