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by Judith Vigna

  • ISBN: 0807508659
  • Author: Judith Vigna
  • ePub ver: 1577 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1577 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company (August 1, 1974)
  • Formats: azw mbr lrf doc
  • Category: Kids
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Jonathan James journeys in fantasy to the secret world of the Superslobs where washing is never necessary.

Publication, Distribution, et. Chicago Jonathan James journeys in fantasy to the secret world of the Superslobs where washing is never necessary. Rubrics: Cleanliness Fiction Hygiene Juvenile fiction. Download now The little boy who loved dirt and almost became a Superslob story and pictures by Judith Vigna. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Every little boys dream. not to take a bath and grow up and be a superslob. I had this book as a child and now I read it to my own 4-year-old daughter. She loves the story and the pictures and requests it every night. Amusing story of such a little boy who runs away to the land of the superslobs where he doesn't need clothes, doesn't have to wash his hair or behind his ears. He can throw rotten eggs and write on the walls with greasy pegs, however after too much of this dirty fun, he misses his home, his clean room and the smell of his mother's hair. How can he return to his home, well that is the key to this story. Luckily she hasn't started emulating Jonathan James yet.

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Judith Vigna is an English writer who became famous in the late 1990s and early 2000s because of her children's books that treat controversial topics such as drug addiction, alcoholism, homosexuality, racism.

Judith Vigna is an English writer who became famous in the late 1990s and early 2000s because of her children's books that treat controversial topics such as drug addiction, alcoholism, homosexuality, racism, death of beloved ones, monoparental families, depression, among others. Little is known about her because of the scarse information provided by any source. She started publishing books mainly in 1980s and 1990s. Mommy and me by ourselves again.

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Jonathan James dreams of a fantasy world inhabited by Superslobs who contentedly live in filth
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Hellmaster
Every little boys dream...not to take a bath and grow up and be a superslob. Amusing story of such a little boy who runs away to the land of the superslobs where he doesn't need clothes, doesn't have to wash his hair or behind his ears. He can throw rotten eggs and write on the walls with greasy pegs, however after too much of this dirty fun, he misses his home, his clean room and the smell of his mother's hair. How can he return to his home, well that is the key to this story. Delightfully illustrated that your own "superslob" will have you reading this one over and over again.
Tat
I had this book as a child and now I read it to my own 4-year-old daughter. She loves the story and the pictures and requests it every night. Luckily she hasn't started emulating Jonathan James yet. Not too much, at least.

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