Absolute Zero

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Puffin Books, Feb 1, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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The members of a talented, eccentric, English family eagerly enter slogan-writing contests and are rewarded with such prizes as a trip to a health farm and the opportunity to appear in a toothpaste commercial.

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Review: Absolute Zero: Being the Second Part of the Bagthorpe Saga (The Bagthorpe Saga #2)

User Review  - linnea - Goodreads

Bagthorpes! I love these books. This one's my favorite because they peel all the labels off the canned food and then they have to guess each one by the sound it makes when they shake it (spoiler: they don't guess correctly). Read full review

Review: Absolute Zero: Being the Second Part of the Bagthorpe Saga (The Bagthorpe Saga #2)

User Review  - NC - Goodreads

I had forgotten about the Bagthorpe series until I reminded on a librarian's email list. Children's librarians were sharing titles that they wished were back in print. I grabbed up this title at their ... Read full review

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