Ribblestrop Forever

Ribblestrop Forever The amazing final term at the madcap Ribblestrop Towers from the Guardian prize winning author of Return to Ribblestrop

  • Title: Ribblestrop Forever
  • Author: Andy Mulligan
  • ISBN: 9780857078001
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • The amazing final term at the madcap Ribblestrop Towers from the Guardian prize winning author of Return to Ribblestrop.

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    1. "Life is Dangerous"That's the school motto, and the kids, teachers, and local characters always do their best to live up to it.This is, generally speaking, a "school-daze" humor adventure book, but to stop there would shortchange the book. I admire the range and depth of the story, and the author certainly undertakes to touch all the bases.There are quite a few main characters. We have at least six major students to follow. Unusual for such a book, we have a number of teachers who hold their own [...]

    2. "Life is Dangerous"That's the school motto, and the kids, teachers, and local characters always do their best to live up to it.This is, generally speaking, a "school-daze" humor adventure book, but to stop there would shortchange the book. I admire the range and depth of the story, and the author certainly undertakes to touch all the bases.There are quite a few main characters. We have at least six major students to follow. Unusual for such a book, we have a number of teachers who hold their own [...]

    3. Entertaining conclusion to the trilogy, stays true to the form of the first two, mixing real peril with a bit of the otherworldly assistance for the children. I've enjoyed the series, though it might scare some younger readers as the characters face crooked cops who attempt to murder them, doctors planning forced child lobotomy, and some other dangers. The threats are thwarted, but still a bit much for young readers.

    4. WOW isn't as good as the second but brilliant. Whoever reads this u must read these books. In this one I love the fact that there is a lost tribe and they set up their own lives in the trees like the trube

    5. I think this may be a case of "why did B&T hand out an arc of a book that appears to be book three in a series and also has very little indication that it is a series." The first three pages got me so lost. I gave up when I normally give a book much more of a chance.

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