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Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week explained Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week , review Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week , trailer Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week , box office Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week , analysis Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week , Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week 6498 Archie Is An Accident Waiting To Happen He Can T Help It In Just One Week At School, He Is Accused Of Murder, Gets Trapped In The Staff Cloakroom Without Any Clothes, And Somehow Manages To Turn Himself Into A Dog Not To Mention The Poisonous Spider And The Health And Safety Inspector Who Gets A Toilet Stuck On His HeadThank Goodness Archie S Best Friend Cyd Is Always There To Sort Out The Mess

  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week
  • Andrew Norriss
  • English
  • 10 July 2018
  • 9781849920810

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10 thoughts on “Archies Unbelievably Freaky Week

  1. says:

    Second Archie story we love the manic incidents, this time in school.Archie has odd things happen to him every day This week, we see what happens at school Best friend Cyd returns, and it s a good thing she does, as Archie might need her help when a teacher accuses Archie of attempting to murder her, and a Brazilian Wandering Spider ends up in the classroom My son laughed at these chapters, and we both loved the ridiculous situations Archie found himself in, particularly the one involving the toilet on the head of an inspector Very amusing The repetition added to the fun at the end of each day, Archie s mum discovers evidence of his odd day but only becomes exasperated I enjoyed Archie s weary but accepting headteacher, and really liked the relationship between Archie and Cyd, a great friendship acknowledged As with the first book, the final chapter links together storylines from the rest of the book, and did it very nicely My son wanted and wants me to contact the author to ask if he can write another Archie story.A great week of strange circumstances, we enjoyed reading a chapter a night for a week at bedtimes, and I know my boy would want me to recommend this It will be very much enjoyed by children aged 6 and above and their parents It would also make a great class read in Key Stage 2.

  2. says:

    A very funny sequel to I Don t Believe It, Archie We really enjoyed reading this together The stories were engaging, and delightfully inventive They make a good early longer reading book for children just beginning to get the confidence to read by themselves.Archie s poor mother, has no idea about the escapades and outrageous scrapes her son gets into No wonder she is permanently exasperated with him What I particularly liked about this book was the positive portrayal of a friendship between a boy and a girl, both working together So many books we have read have outdated old fashioned or just very poor portrayals of girls as weak, silly, spiteful or not very clever Here we have a girl who is clever, resourceful, sensible and popular A good role model.

  3. says:

    A boy gets involved in a series of mishaps.The story was a bit dull and I ended up feeling sorry for his mum.Real rating 2.5

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