As a member of the Little Tiger Press review panel, we were recently sent two new books to review, Dr Duck & Dirty Bertie. The book we were sent is a lovely large hardback version RRP ?10.99 which is probably more than I would spend on a book for my own children, however, it would make a really nice present. The story is about a bunch of poorly animals at the zoo and the keeper calls Dr Duck to come and make them all better. I think this book would appeal to children of all ages, particularly boys, as what child doesn’t find trumping funny?! This book is aimed at children aged 3+ and RRP is ?5.99 which I think is good value for a book of this quality and is definitely in line with similar books. This book is all about a little boy called Bertie who has lots of dirty habits such as picking his nose and weeing in the flowerbeds much to the dismay of all of his family members!
I think this book will appeal to most children’s senses of humor given all the naughty topics it covers!
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I just have to say, Dirty Chick by Antonia Murphy has got to be the funniest book I’ve ever read. Dirty Chick by Antonia Murphy, while incredibly laugh-out-loud funny (literally—my husband asked me several times what in the world I was doing when he heard me laughing from the other end of the house), also chronicles one woman’s journey becoming farmer, as well as some of the more personal times in Ms.
Throughout these hard times, you can feel her strength leaping out of the page, while at the same time knowing she could snap under the pressure at any time.
I didn’t want this book to end, but then again, if it were to continue, then I’d probably have to tune in via satellite since these events occurred so recently in the past. Before you get too excited about those backyard chickens, you might want to get a dissenting opinion. Journalist Jack Rutherford is summoned by the media mogul Wardell Costello to find out why his son Julian has disappeared. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. However, as I have mentioned in the past, wine isn’t this isolated castaway on a deserted island.
Wine has been paired with meals since the dawn of time…ok, maybe not time, but certainly the dawn of wine… It provides gustatory pleasures as well as gastrointestinal protection. Well, Dirty Chick, by Antonia Murphy, is first and foremost a book about one woman’s journey from punking it out in San Francisco to roughing it on the farm in New Zealand. Murphy’s life, including coping with an underdeveloped child and doctors who in other words refused to try and figure out what was wrong, to not knowing where her family (and farm animals) would be living in less than a month’s time, to losing a dear friend.

Of course, I’m not going to do things her way—winging it at the seat of my pants—but at the very least her experiences have convinced me to do my research before I get too deep into the not-so-glamorous field of farming.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who doesn’t mind graphic curse words practically every couple of sentences and who loves to laugh.
No, wine is intertwined in so many things, and it would be foolish to discount or ignore them. What you put in the wine eventually makes it into our water supply (I’ll let your imaginations discover the different ways that can happen).
While it’s not a book about making wine, it’s a book that indirectly tied to wine, since wine is- in essence -tied to everything else. A rapist duck episode and some potential mental scaring, and no invitation to the poultry funeral later, a farmer was born (but she didn’t know it yet).
Jack's partner, Detective-Sergeant Terry Bradley, is already involved in the case, as is a sweet-natured rent boy called Pup and a very dirty little dog who has been up to no good. In terms of plot, characters and complexity, this is Jeremy Fisher's most substantial publication to date.
Murphy writes in such a hilarious way and carries that humor consistently throughout the entire book.

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