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For Children
Author: Philippe Dupasquier,Anne Fine
ISBN: 0416192548
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Pages 111 pages
Publisher Mammoth (March 1996)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.2
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ePUB size: 1778 kb
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by Philippe Dupasquier,Anne Fine


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Anne Fine (author), Philippe Dupasquier (illustrator). Hardback 111 Pages, Published: 01/03/1996.

Chester refuses to believe that Joe has learning difficulties and persuades him to do a project on "How to write really badly"

Chester refuses to believe that Joe has learning difficulties and persuades him to do a project on "How to write really badly". The partnership eventually brings rewards to both boys. About the Author: Anne Fine is one of the UK's best-loved authors. She was the Children's Laureate from 2001-2003 and has won both the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Award twice.

Anne Fine is an author who knows how to make readers laugh. Published on 20 February 2016. See all Product description.

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Also by Anne Fine Bill’s New Frock Anneli the Art Hater Saving Miss Mirabelle The Angel of Nitshill Road ‘The Chicken Gave it to Me’ Ivan the Terrible Genie, Genie, Genie. First published in Great Britain 1996. by Methuen Children’s Books.

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But a project called ‘How to Write Really Badly’ - now there’s something Joe can do better than anyone else

But a project called ‘How to Write Really Badly’ - now there’s something Joe can do better than anyone else. And Chester is about to find there’s a lot more to Joe than he expected. Anne Fine’s fun school stories have been delighting children for more than 20 years, winning her awards such as the Smarties Book Award and Carnegie Medal along the way. Impression.

Anne Fine (Goodreads Author), Philippe Dupasquier (Illustrator) Joe picks how to write really neatly. Chester tells him he's writing the wrong "Book".

Anne Fine (Goodreads Author), Philippe Dupasquier (Illustrator). Anne Fine, the second Children’s Laureate, a highly-regarded and prolific writer of fiction for both children and adults, has won several awards. How to Write Really Badly, published in 1996, is a light-hearted, very funny story which takes place in a school setting. Joe picks how to write really neatly.

Half of these goofballs were wandering round offering their last crisp to anyone who looked in the slightest bit peaky, and the rest were all skipping. d milkmaids in pigtails were swinging this great long rope, and everyone else was jumping up and down, all thrilled to bits, waiting their turn. Then, each time someone rushed in under the rope, everyone burst into song. I stood on the steps and listened. First I heard: Miss Tate bent down to pick a rose. A rose so sweet and tender

How To Write Really Badly. Anne Fine knows how to make readers laugh' GuardianAnne Fine has written numerous highly acclaimed and prize-winning books for children and adults.

How To Write Really Badly. Chester Howard can see Joe's project 'How to Write Neatly' can only be a disaster. Joe makes a terrible mess of his work, jumbling letters and numbers up together. But a project called 'How to Write Really Badly' - now there's something Joe can do better than anyone else.

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Clever clogs Chester Howard has started at a new school and his teacher sits him next to a boy with learning difficulties. In his own way, Chester agrees to help Joe, and so begins a partnership which brings a priceless reward to both boys.