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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 I Am a Ro-bot
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    y separately published work icon Just Shocking! Andy Griffiths , Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2007 Z1377034 2007 selected work children's fiction children's humour

    'Is this the right book for you?

    'Take the SHOCKING TEST and find out.

    1. Do you wish you could drive around in a monster truck crushing everybody and everything that gets in your way?
    2. Do you love watching videos of people having painful accidents?
    3. Do you do any – or all – of the following: touch electric fences, play with loaded mousetraps or put buttons up your nose?
    4. Do you think stories about exploding pink butterflies are funny?
    5. Do you ever laugh so hard that you feel like you're going to throw up all over yourself... and then you actually do?

    'SCORE: One point for each yes answer.
    3-5: You are a shocking, shocking person! You will love this book.
    1-2: You are quite shocking! You will love this book.
    0: What a shocking score! You will love this book.' (Publication summary)
    Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2007
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    y separately published work icon Laugh Your Head Off : Funny Stories for All Kinds of Kids Andrea Innocent (illustrator), Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2015 9139118 2015 anthology children's fiction

    'A recent report into kids' reading habits concluded that more than 70% of them liked to read books that make them laugh. This is an anthology of short, funny stories by nine of the top, award-winning authors in the kids' publishing world, headlined by the King of Kids: Andy Griffiths.

    'The stories are for all kinds of kids - both girls and boys, and there are all kinds of stories. There's a story from Andy Griffiths about being a robot; a story from Jude Rossell about a cranky fairy; Tristan Bancks explores Nits and Naplan in his story 'NitPlan'. ' (Publication summary)

    Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2015
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