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  - Susan - Goodreads

Jack's dog is fairly ordinary, despite Jack's efforts to train him. When the dog achieves a breakthrough, though, the rest of the family isn't as delighted as Jack had hoped. Read full review

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

User Review  - Alfreda Morrissey - Goodreads

This book was even more funny than the first one. I love the unholy alliance between Daisy and Grandma. It was really hilarious to see more development of their personality. In the first book, I find ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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