The Giggler Treatment. Roddy Doyle, Author, Brian Ajhar, Illustrator Arthur A. Levine Books $ (p) ISBN The Giggler Treatment has ratings and reviews. Brad said: The Giggler Treatment is all about poo. So if you too are a fan of the poo, Like I. The Giggler Treatment begins as Mister Mack walks to the train station. A bird sings. A breeze carrying breakfast smells bacon, eggs, frog’s legs, and cabbage.

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Levine Books November 1, Language: There was a problem giggle reviews right now. Nov 10, Brad rated it liked it Shelves: The narrative is so much fun to read aloud, especially with the crazy chapter titles.

The Giggler Treatment

Highly recommended for young readers and their parents alike. Want a book that will have kids, no matter what age, giggling and laughing out loud?

Jun 25, Colm O’brien rated it liked it. BookPage review by Jamie Whitfield. I find it especially interesting as reading for children because it has a lot to disperse I scattered a lot while reading and I imagine that this phenomenon is greatly increased in the case of children! Share your thoughts with other customers. So glad it’s out on Kindle now so I don’t have to worry about breaking it again!

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Whenever an adult treats them unfairly, the Gigglers give the the “treatment” by planting poo in their path. And, of course, the poo jokes. Ha detto di dargli punteggio massimo. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

The writing and illustrations are perfect, in my opinion. The story had both of us laughing our heads off. Feb 03, Barry Pierce rated it really liked it Shelves: May 24, Sue rated it really liked it Shelves: Maybe it’s just me, but I found enough moments to chuckle at to make me feel I wasn’t reading a kids book at all. I am a 2nd grade teacher and read this book to my students every year. The phrase “the giggler treatment” has now become fairly common in our everyday conversation.


Now they are 22 and 16 and to this day they will say it was their favorite that I ever read to them.

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I personally love Roddy Doyle’s novels. And that’s what happens to poor Mr. What’s the Name o I love that this book made reading fun for my son who has really struggled with learning to read.

The Giggler Treatment tells the story of the gigglers who are creatures who put ‘poo’ under the shoes of naughty adults. This sounds unlikely, but Roddy Doyle pulls it off beautifully. Mings kids and Stephanies kids. After a bad day listening to the uninteresting Cream Crackers, he is looking forward to his favorite day. I didn’t think it was that great, but my 8 and 10 year old boys thought it was funny. Doyle has his concept and executes it well.

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Booker Prize winning author Roddy Doyle is rude, silly and infectiously funny in this book for children. Mack to step into on his way to work.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, treagment it in, give it a second life. Characters also sometimes interrupt the text to interact with the author. If you’re a bad Mom or a crabby Dad, An adult who likes to make kids sad, A nasty old vampire named Bloody Vlad Or a President who won by a hanging chad.


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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Jamie Whitfield has managed to keep the Gigglers at bay, despite having a teaching career that spans 20 years and thousands of children. We use the cream cracker line all year, “Isn’t that treagment If I recollect correctly this was quite a funny novel.

Which I am sure is giggled of why my boys thought it was so funny. I loved the story. We really enjoyed reading this book together and our girls have been repeating lines from this book over treatkent over.

But the poo could ruin it all– unless the dog and children can save the day. Ggigler to Read Currently Reading Read.

Copyright Cahners Business Information, Inc. If my kids had broken my window the same way for the fifth time in a row, I would have done the same thing as poor Mr.

This story involves talking cream crackers, a dog that e-mails his girlfriend regularly and uses a toilet, and of course POO.

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