Nanny Piggins And The Runaway Lion 3

Nanny Piggins And The Runaway Lion 3

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A curly tale of revenge, rescue and jam-filled doughnuts.

With a runaway lion loose in the neighbourhood, Derrick, Samantha and Michael feel scared. Nanny Piggins feels like a slice of cake. And Boris feels like that lion looks strangely familiar. In this third action-packed book of adventures, Nanny Piggins tames a lion and a lion tamer. She revolutionises the sport of ski jumping, introduces hot-pink leotards to the local Neighbourhood Watch, demonstrates trapeze skills on a moving bus, plays badminton with a wok and teaches Shakespeare a thing or two about how to write a play. All while thwarting Mr Green's attempt to send her favourite children to Nicaragua (she does find it wearisome having to put him in his place constantly). And yet, somehow, she still finds time to bake lots and lots of cake.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 23mm | 268g
  • Random House Australia Children's Books
  • Milsons Point, Australia
  • English
  • 2 New ed.
  • 1742753671
  • 9781742753676
  • 53,905

About R.A. Spratt

R.A. Spratt is the author of The Peski Kids, Friday Barnes and The Adventures of Nanny Piggins. In her previous life she was a television writer. Unlike the Peski kids, R.A. Spratt never fights with her brother, but only because he moved to Tokyo to get away from her. R.A. lives in Bowral, NSW, where she has three chickens, five goldfish and a dog. She also has a husband and two daughters.

For more information, visit raspratt.com
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334 ratings
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4 26% (88)
3 11% (37)
2 2% (7)
1 1% (2)
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