Michael Lawrence - One for All and All for Lunch! - Hachette Children's Group

One for All and All for Lunch!

By Michael Lawrence

  • Paperback
  • £6.99

Exciting relaunch of the bestselling series, with fantastic new covers! ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR LUNCH! is the eleventh hilarious story about Jiggy McCue - the boy who weird and wacky things seem to happen to...

A collection of short stories, each told by a different character from the Jiggy McCue stories. Here we have tales from the points of view not only of Jiggy, but also Pete, Angie, and even Stallone the cat. Full of Michael Lawrence's trademark surreal humour, and told with wit and verve, these will appeal to all Jiggy fans.

Biographical Notes

Michael Lawrence has been a graphic designer, photographer, copywriter, press officer (for a circus!), and an antiques dealer. His first published book appeared in 1995 and since then he has built up a reputation writing for children of all ages, including picture books, young readers, series, and teenage fiction. He also writes for radio. Michael lives in Honiton, in Devon.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781846169564
  • Publication date: 02 Jul 2009
  • Page count: 256
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
A collection of hilarious stories. Lawrence is able to get underneath the skin of each character perfectly. — Dorset Echo
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