Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 120
  • Quirky Tails
  • Paul Jennings
  • English
  • 12 September 2019
  • 0140376372

10 thoughts on “Quirky Tails

  1. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBRead thanks to Open Library I didn t like this collection as much as others he s written, probably because they were less scary stories andjust plain strange Not that I don t like strange Paul Jennings is the master of strange, oddball stories I don t know where he gets his ideas from, unless it s from his dreams and nightmares In this collection my favorite story was Stuffed, about an evil bloke who likes to kill cane toads and the boy who


  2. Kauri Tree Kauri Tree says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBWhy I decided to read this book Even though it is slightly embarrassing, my little sister was reading this book, and when I saw that it was a short stories book, I thought that it would be perfect for my english reviews Category This book has short stories, so naturally, it fills out the three poems or short stories from one anthology box I personally really like short stories, because you can read them in 15 minute intervals, so if you have a bit of free time before you go to bed, you can j Why I decided to read this book Even though it is slightly embarrassing, my little sister was reading this book, and when I saw that it was


  3. The Book Squirrel The Book Squirrel says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBBest story in the collection A dozen bloomin roses and No is yes view spoiler Sneezin coffin A girl gets locked in a funeral home overnight.Santa Claws As a kid, I didn t like this story The nails creeped me out.A dozen bloomin roses WOW, what a powerful story The narrator is working in a flower store A poor boy comes in and buys a dozen roses, which he can t afford Going home on the train, the roses get caught in the doors and ruined Embarrased, the boy runs up the tracks and i Best story in the collection A dozen bloomin roses and No is yes view spoiler Sneezin coffin A girl gets locked in a funeral home overnight.Santa Claws As a kid, I didn t like this story The nails creeped me out.A dozen bloomin roses WOW, what a powerful story The na


  4. Kingprize Kingprize says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBThe plot are absolutelyaction paked The plot are absolutelyaction paked


  5. Sophie Sophie says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBas always, wonderful in this contemporary with no fantastic or elements but a surprise in the ending


  6. Sally Sally says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBCream of the crop, yet again Sneeze n Coffin Santa Claws creeped me out, but I loved it A Dozen Bloomin Roses another absolute favourite Tonsil Eye Tis loved it Unhappily Ever After Spooks Incorporated The Copy eek, yes Trippy Stuffed loved it and No is Yes OH MY GOODNESS, MY FAVOURITE PAUL JENNINGS STORY OF ALL TIME Not kidding here This one stuck with me so much and STILL trips me out so completely at the end view spoiler Okay, to get out of my brackets Basi Cream of the crop, yet again Sneeze n Coffin Santa Claws creeped me out, but I loved it A Dozen Bloomin Roses another absolute favou


  7. Bonnee Crawford Bonnee Crawford says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBA book I found lying around when I had nothing else to read The stories it contained were interesting and all came with a nice little twist Of course, I had to keep in mind that the target audience is younger than me, but I still think the short stories were well written and worth reading Great work by an Aussie author.


  8. Tara Calaby Tara Calaby says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBPaul Jennings is the king of gross out stories for kids stories that stick in your head way longer than you d like


  9. Ana Silva Rosa Ana Silva Rosa says:

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  10. Simone Simone says:

    Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDFEPUBI read this as a child, and No Is Yes in particular has stayed with me over the years.


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Quirky TailsQuirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDF/EPUBIncludes the nine quirky tales Sneeze n Coffin Santa Claws A Dozen Bloomin Roses Tonsil Eye Tis Unhappily Ever After Spooks Incorporated The Copy Stuffed No is Yes.


About the Author: Paul Jennings

Quirky Tails Kindle Ð Paperback quirky pdf, tails mobile, Quirky TailsQuirky Tails PDF/EPUBLibrarian Note There isthan one author by this name in the Goodreads databasePaul Jennings was born in Heston near London, and at the age of emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on a boat He was on the boat for weeks with his family He attended Bentleigh West Primary School and Caulfield Grammar SchoolAfter graduating from school, he went to Frankston Teachers College now part of Monash University and became a teacher He taught students at Frankston State School, Kangaroo Flat State School, the Turana Youth Training Centre, and the Royal Children s Hospital State School in Mount Eliza He later went on to study at the Lincoln Institute of Health Science now part of LaTrobe University and became a speech pathologist, then worked as a Lecturer in Special Education at Burwood State College now part of Deakin University In he became Senior Lecturer in Language and Literature at Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education now part of Deakin UniversityIn , Jennings first book of short stories, Unreal was published, during which he worked as a lecturer and wrote part time in , he made the decision to devote his full time to writing Many of his short stories, published between and , were also adapted into the first and second series of the popular Australian television show Round the TwistWinner of the Dromkeen Medal .