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I’m Dougal Trump . . . Where’s My Tarantula?

Juvenile & Young Adult


by
D. Trump

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Laugh out loud at the boy who is a bigger trouble magnet than Bart Simpson and Just William stuck together. The second instalment of Dougal Trump’s ridiculous life has arrived. “Mum,” I yelled. “Sybil the Goliath birdeater spider is no longer in my room.” Somebody has stolen Dougal’s tarantula, Sybil (named after his sister – they both have very hairy legs), and she is being held to ransom. Dougal must fulfil the kidnapper’s demands before poor Sybil is tortured – one leg at a time. Praise for I’m Dougal Trump . . . And It’s Not My Fault!: ‘Laugh-out-loud funny . . . a really enjoyable read’ – TheBookbag.co.uk ‘Bought this for my 8-year-old son, who generally avoids books like the plague. He loved it’ – Waterstones.com Customer Reviews ‘I found it very, VERY funny’ – Archie, aged 11

Laugh out loud at the boy who is a bigger trouble magnet than Bart Simpson and Just William stuck together. The second instalment of Dougal Trump’s ridiculous life has arrived. “Mum,” I yelled. “Sybil the Goliath birdeater spider is no longer in my room.” Somebody has stolen Dougal’s tarantula, Sybil (named after his sister – they both have very hairy legs), and she is being held to ransom. Dougal must fulfil the kidnapper’s demands before poor Sybil is tortured… (more)

Laugh out loud at the boy who is a bigger trouble magnet than Bart Simpson and Just William stuck together. The second instalment of Dougal Trump’s ridiculous life has arrived. “Mum,” I yelled. “Sybil the Goliath birdeater spider is no longer in my room.” Somebody has stolen Dougal’s tarantula, Sybil (named after his sister – they both have very hairy legs), and she is being held to ransom. Dougal must fulfil the kidnapper’s demands before poor Sybil is tortured – one leg at a time. Praise for I’m Dougal Trump . . . And It’s Not My Fault!: ‘Laugh-out-loud funny . . . a really enjoyable read’ – TheBookbag.co.uk ‘Bought this for my 8-year-old son, who generally avoids books like the plague. He loved it’ – Waterstones.com Customer Reviews ‘I found it very, VERY funny’ – Archie, aged 11

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