Mr Gum and the Power Crystals

Shabba me whiskers! Can it really be true that there’s an ancient curse on the town of Lamonic Bibber? Yes, you guessed it. That old roo-de-lally Mr Gum and his trusty sidekick Billy William the Third are behind it all! All the same, our favourite heroes Polly and Friday, and gingerbread biscuit Alan Taylor (only 15.24 cm tall) are determined to save the town (sigh of relief). So hang on to your heads as you are whisked to the land of talking dogs, silly songs, Old Granny, and the best chase scene you’ve ever seen! More merry Mr Gum madness to make you chuckle like a chipmunk!

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  • okay

    The book was ok. I like the drawing of Mr Gum.

    27 June 2015

  • loved it

    Mr.Gum is a hilareous character! This time he’s messed up an old legend of a windmill. Will Polly and Friday stop him?

    5 March 2013

  • the best mr gum so far i loved it

    2 March 2012

  • out of all the books written by andy Stanton this one is my favourite because it is funny and has rely good pictures.

    1 March 2012

  • it was quite good the others are much much better though

    17 August 2011

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    Andy Stanton

    Andy Stanton is author of the hilarious Mr Gum books. He’s won loads of awards, especially those voted for by children.

    Awards

    Andy has won the Blue Peter, Red House and Richard & Judy awards for You’re a Bad Man Mr Gum, and the Blue Peter Award and Roald Dahl Funny Prize for Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear.

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