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Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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One of my favorite books as a kid, and one I thoroughly enjoyed as an adult, reading it to my daughter at bedtime. Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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This series starts out kind of slowly - this is my least favorite - but picks up and becomes hilarious fun. Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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Kind of fun, a couple of outrageous laugh-out-loud scenes. A pretty decent kid has to deal with a self-proclaimed brilliant family (meaning they're all self-absorbed attention-seekers). Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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This series is one of the series I check out from the library every time I go home and read. Oh my god. Hilarious for everyone. Could start kids at age 7 or 8, gets funnier as you get older. Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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The Bagthorpes had been recommended to me from a number of different sources, so I'm finally giving them a go. So far: thumbs up! Good old-fashioned British fun with this wacky family. I expect I ... Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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Man oh man, I freaking loved all of the books in this series when I was in middle school. Granted, I think the reason my sister started reading them was because our last name is almost the same as ... Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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You gotta love the Bagthorpes. This hyper competitive English family has many hilarious adventures. The stories, although often silly, have a measure of everyman in them and the foibles are also presented with wit and good nature. Read full review

Review: Ordinary Jack (The Bagthorpe Saga #1)

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As a relatively normal third child of four in a family of rather extraordinary people, I definitely identified with Jack. Cresswell really has a handle on characters, and writes them to the point of almost absurd, without crossing over. Funny, ridiculous, and endlessly entertaining. Read full review


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