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The Day My Bum Went Psycho (The Bum Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
The delightfully silly series that inspired the television animation.
'This is my story.
It really happened.
It's all true.
Not even the names have been changed.
Like most people I took my bum for granted. I agreed to tell my story in the hope that others could learn from it. If this book can save even just one person from making the same mistake, then I will be happy.
The next bum it saves might be yours.'
Zack Freeman is ready to tell his story. The story of a boy, his runaway bum and some of the most dangerous bums in the world including kamikaze bums; nuclear bums; and Stenchgantor, the Great Unwiped Bum. With the help of The B-team (a crack bum-fighting unit comprising three of the best bum-fighters in the business: the Kicker, the Smacker and the Kisser), Zack will risk methane madness crossing the Great Windy Desert, death by stink-bog in the Brown Forest, and the perils of the Sea of Bums before finally descending into the heart of an explosive bumcano to confront the most psycho bum of them all-His own!
About the Author
Andy Griffiths is one of Australia's most popular children's authors. He and illustrator Terry Denton have collaborated on more than 30 bestselling books since their first title, Just Tricking, was published in 1997.
In Australia Andy and Terry's books have sold over 10 million copies, won 80 children's choice awards and 10 Australian Book Industry Awards-including Book of the Year for The 52-Storey Treehouse in 2015.
Their much-loved Treehouse Series has been embraced by children around the world and is now published in more than 35 countries. Five of the books in the series have been adapted for the stage and have all had sell-out seasons at the Sydney Opera house, as well as highly successful seasons in the Netherlands, New Zealand and America.
Andy is a passionate advocate for literacy and in 2015 was awarded the Dromkeen Medal to honour his outstanding contribution to Australian children's literature. He is also an ambassador for both The Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the Pyjama Foundation.
Terry Denton is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. His work is mainly humour-based cartoon style.
Terry Denton has illustrated bestsellers such as the JUST! series and the Treehouse series by Andy Griffiths. He has three children and is the owner of a back garden burial ground for dead pets.
- ASIN : B003R50AN2
- Publisher : Macmillan Australia (10 November 2007)
- Language : English
- File size : 387 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 187 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 60,303 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The other problem here is that the story makes absolutely NO sense. I can handle the idea that your bum can detach and run around by itself, but giant bums, swimming shark bums?? Where did they come from?? They didn't detach off anybody. And bums can fly by fart power, with enough force to carry a human, but humans can't fly when their real bums are attached - that's just bad physics. The story rambles endlessly, and just seems to peter out at the end. There are no "laugh out loud" moments to make this book worth reading.
Having to read this story to my children, I was constantly editing as I read, sometimes skipping whole paragraphs which were too disgusting or weird. I also had to constantly translate from American to English words, as the book was originally American, and they just changed "butt" to "bum" but left all the other American words unchanged.
My children and I decided to finish the book, but we were all relieved when it was over and we could move onto another book. I threw the book in the bin, as it is not even good enough to go the the charity shop.
I loved it
Probably the best book by Andy Grifiths
Going to read it again seriosly