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'Where can you run when you're covered in toenails? Could smelly feet really put you to sleep? Why did Gary go to school with his head in a birdcage? How do you recover your opal when a goat has swallowed it? What was Splinter's job before he was born? You'll never guess. And you'll have to wait till the last page of each story to find out.' (Source: GoodReads)
'In "Birdman," the awful Buggins has stolen Sean's hang-glider and now Sean has no hope of winning the annual Birdman competition, or can he? In "The Velvet Throne," Mr Simpkin lives with his lazy brother who orders him around. One day he decides to run away and amazing things start to happen." (Source: Trove)