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Paul Jennings' Trickiest Stories

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Since Unreal was published in 1985, Paul Jennings has written over 100 stories and sold over eight million copies of his books. To celebrate over twenty years of stories by Paul Jennings, Penguin has put together collections of his work.Hand-picked by Paul, each book contains 20 - 25 stories from the UnCollected series, Tongue-tied and the Super Diaries. Paul Jennings' Fun ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published July 8th 2009 by Penguin Global (first published September 29th 2008)
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Eileemackinnon
Nov 02, 2011 rated it really liked it
I really liked Paul Jennings "trickiest stories." I initially decided to read it out of boredom but began to enjoy the short stories as it got more in depth. I consider this book a brain teaser as each of the "tricky" tales left you thinking. I especially loved the story "for ever" because it grabbed your attention with the writing techniques and the way Paul Jennings portrayed his ideas. Although iv'e given this book a 4/5 the only criticism i do have is that some of the stories left me confuse ...more
Tara
May 28, 2014 rated it it was ok
It is a good short story book. It has so many short story's so very good for our topic in school!!!
The story's are surprisingly scary and a bit weird. They leave the ending so you never know wat happened!!!
Richa
Apr 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
as always funny
Maia Cairns-Cowan
Jul 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
It was good because it has lots of very funny stories like there was a boy who was as fat as a room.
Anija
Jun 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
Great book but I prefer his scariest story's better
Rosie
Mar 22, 2012 rated it really liked it
For the the millionth time I have read this it is still amazing!

I certainly recommend for all of you to read it!
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I LOVE Paul Jennings and I haven't read all of his books....until now, but how do you read it?
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Paul Jennings was born in Heston near London, and at the age of 6 emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on a boat. He was on the boat for 5 weeks with his family. He attended Bentleigh West Primary School and Caulfield Grammar School.

After 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, Ka
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