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Fun and games / Jeanne Willis ; illustrated by Nick Maland.

By: Willis, Jeanne.
Contributor(s): Maland, Nick | Maland, Nick (ill.) [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Willis, Jeanne. Goffins: 2.; Willis, Jeanne. Goffins: ; Goffins: bk. 2.; Willis, Jeanne. Goffins: ; The Goffins: 2.; The Goffins: ; The Goffins: 1.Publisher: London : Walker, 2009Description: 153 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781406308709 (pbk.); 1406308706 (pbk.).Subject(s): Games -- Juvenile fiction | Vacations -- Juvenile fiction | Secrets -- Juvenile fiction | Genealogy -- Juvenile fiction | Grandparent and child -- Juvenile fiction | Grandmothers -- Juvenile fiction | Play -- Juvenile fiction | Families -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories. | Children's fiction.DDC classification: WIL Summary: The summer holidays are flying by for George and his friends the Goffins. Being left alone with grumpy Grandma isn't so bad when Lofty and Eave show him how to play spillikins, marbles and the twigaloo! Suggested level: primary.
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George is stuck at his grandma's house over the summer holiday. But he has not been bored or lonely since he was befriended by the Goffins - the strange people who live secretly in his grandma's attic. Together, George, Lofty & Eave have been up to all kinds of fun & games in their secret attic home.

The summer holidays are flying by for George and his friends the Goffins. Being left alone with grumpy Grandma isn't so bad when Lofty and Eave show him how to play spillikins, marbles and the twigaloo! Suggested level: primary.

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Sequel to: Lofty and Eave.

Followed by: The Goffins go batty.