Loo! (Dirty Bertie)

Book Loo! (Dirty Bertie)

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- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:96
- Publisher: Stripes Publishing; UK ed. edition (February 1, 2010)
- Bestsellers rank: 1
- Category: Children's Books
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Dirty Bertie - the boy with the nose pickingly disgusting habits - is back for another helping of comic chaos! Bertie finds himself desperate to go to the loo on the school coach, up to his neck in sand and trouble on holiday, and staging a one-man protest to stop Mum and Dad from selling the house!

"highly accessible and enjoyable" - Achuka; "Lots of grime. Plenty of chaos. Strong illustrations. Great fun!" - Books for Keeps review of Pants!" David Roberts worked as a fashion illustrator in Hong Kong before becoming one of the UK's foremost children's illustrators. He has worked with writers including Philip Ardagh, Georgia Byng and former Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson. David won a Gold Award in the Nestle Children's Book Prize for Mouse Noses On Toast in 2006, and was shortlisted for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal for The Dunderheads in 2010 and Tinder in 2015. Alan MacDonald dreamed of becoming a professional footballer, but when he won a pen in a writing competition his fate was sealed. Alan has written over eighty children's books, which have been translated into many languages and won several awards. Alan also writes for TV.


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  • By Jack Tan on March 6, 2015

    You will never be bored reading Dirty Bertie although at times what he did was revolting but at the same time David Roberts has done a superb job portraying the thoughts and behaviour of young children where they would resort to anything to protect their prize like Dirty Bertie placing Whiffer's poo in his sister's jewellery box to deter potential buyers from buying his house that his parents put up for sale. Usually the title of the book is named after the most exciting story but the highlight of this book is "Dig" in stead of loo. In Dig, although Bertie had the worst sculpted sand display, he won the prize when the rain ruined all the handiworks of other contestant while his was protected by his umbrella when he shaded it from the rain. In life, things are unpredictable and the winner will only surface at the end, so parents could point this out to their young poppets.


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