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British words and spellings (“gritpaper,” “hoolah hoop”) add to the fun as we see Mum and Dad searching for the lost budgie, Will falling into daydreams, Mum recovering from wisdom-tooth surgery, and little sister Lucy befriending a French girl at a campground.| Read Full Review of Quigleys: Not for Sale
These stories read like tales families tell—years later— that usually start with a sibling saying one phrase (say, “Robinson Potts” or “Mum and Fatbrain on the roof”) and everyone chiming in with part of the tale until everyone is doubled over with hysteria.| Read Full Review of Quigleys: Not for Sale
From a stay at a hotel, to Will and Lucy’s earnest attempt to help out in a financial crisis, to a Mother’s Day walk, and the selling of the family cottage, four seemingly average moments in family life become extraordinary.| Read Full Review of Quigleys: Not for Sale
... The Quigleys are a pretty ordinary family. There is Mum, Dad, Lucy and Will. They
each have a story in this little book, and the stories are sort of ...