The second book describing the latest escapades of the Quigleys; comic and lovable, this 'ordinary' family creates yet more chaos in four hilarious stories.
The Quigleys are back in this second collection of stories. Funny and instantly recognisable, the family go on a camping holiday to France, Mum stars in the skipping competition at the local village fete, Will gets locked in his empty school at night, and Dad (unsurprisingly) loses the budgie. Four more hilarious stories from this irrepressible and warmly affectionate family.
Helen studied illustration at Glasgow School of Art before moving to London where she currently lives as a full time author/illustrator. She has had several young picture books published.
Simon Mason has written three adult novels. The Quigleys At Large
is his second book for children. He lives in Oxford with his wife and their two children.
An easy-to-read book which describes family life kindly and humorously, while also showing just why it can be so very annoying. Mason's deft understatement gives each story enormous charm and warmth,Irresistable . . . reads like episodes in the life of a real family . . . it will make children laugh and parents wince at the way they can Get It Wrong,Written in a breezy, approachable style which is great for reading aloud,This family saga is always a delight; a cheering read in every way