Give Peas a Chance

Give Peas a Chance

Morris Gleitzman / Dec 09, 2019

Give Peas a Chance Give fun a chance Surprise your mum with a chainsaw be a bigger star than Tom Cruise save the world with a plate of vegetables start your new life in a taxi rescue your family with a tomato send

  • Title: Give Peas a Chance
  • Author: Morris Gleitzman
  • ISBN: 9780141324111
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Give fun a chance Surprise your mum with a chainsaw, be a bigger star than Tom Cruise, save the world with a plate of vegetables, start your new life in a taxi, rescue your family with a tomato, send your dad into a panic with a tractor, do a good deed with a paper bag on your head, pack your suitcase for a trip to the spleen, upset your auntie with ten kilos of chocolateGive fun a chance Surprise your mum with a chainsaw, be a bigger star than Tom Cruise, save the world with a plate of vegetables, start your new life in a taxi, rescue your family with a tomato, send your dad into a panic with a tractor, do a good deed with a paper bag on your head, pack your suitcase for a trip to the spleen, upset your auntie with ten kilos of chocolate, swap a bomb for three ice creams on a steam train and lots .

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      • Morris Gleitzman

        Morris began his writing career as a screenwriter, and wrote his first children s novel in 1985 His brilliantly comic style has endeared him to children and adults alike, and he is now one of Australia s most successful authors, both internationally and at home He was born in England in 1953 and emigrated to Australia in 1969 so he could escape from school and become a Very Famous Writer.Before realising that dream, he had a colourful career as paperboy, bottle shop shelf stacker, department store Santa Claus, frozen chicken defroster, fashion design assistant and sugar mill employee In between he managed to gain a degree in Professional Writing at the Canberra College of Advanced Education Later he became sole writer for three award winning and top rating seasons with the TV comedy series The Norman Gunston Show.Morris wrote a number of feature film and telemovie screenplays, including The Other Facts of Life and Second Childhood, both produced by The Australian Children s Television Foundation The Other Facts of Life won an AWGIE Award for the Best Original Children s Film Script.He also wrote live stage material for people such as Rolf Harris, Pamela Stephenson and the Governor General of Australia Morris is well known to many people through his semi autobiographical columns in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald magazine, Good Weekend, which he wrote for nine years.But the majority of Morris accolades are for his hugely popular children s books One of his most successful books for young people is Two Weeks with the Queen, an international bestseller which was also adapted into a play by Mary Morris The play had many successful seasons in Australia and was then produced at the National Theatre in London in 1995 directed by Alan Ayckbourn, and also in South Africa, Canada, Japan and the USA.All his other books have been shortlisted for or have won numerous children s book prizes These include The Other Facts of Life, Second Childhood, Misery Guts, Worry Warts, Puppy Fat, Blabber Mouth, Sticky Beak, Belly Flop, Water Wings, Bumface, Gift Of The Gab, Toad Rage, Wicked and Deadly , two six part novels written in collaboration with Paul Jennings, Adults Only, Toad Heaven, Boy Overboard, Teacher s Pet, Toad Away, Girl Underground, Worm Story, Once, Aristotle s Nostril, Doubting Thomas, Give Peas A Chance, Then, Toad Surprise, Grace, Now, Too Small To Fail, and his latest book, Pizza Cake Morris children s books have been published in the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Indonesia and Czechoslovakia, Russia and China.


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    1. Wonderful! Fresh, funny and varied, I was looking for a selection of short stories for a junior book club at the library - definitely found it in Gleitzman's collection.These 15 tales vary from quite sweet and moving to rude and hilarious. My group will love the story set in a nose, the story based entirely on text messages from a dad, a boy stopping war and violence by refusing to eat his vegetables.At under 200 pages, it is within reach of able readers from age 8 onwards, each story only 8-12 [...]


    2. ISBN: 978-0-141-32411-1Publishers: Puffin Books, 2007.Morris Gleitzman writes politically controversial books talking about tough topics about life such as overcoming obstacles, being kind and honest and considering morals. In this collection of stories he takes serious issues that affect us and finds the funny element in all of them.Characters: There are a variety of children and celebrities and families in this collection of stories.Plot: Morris Gleitzman writes about Jake and his encounters w [...]


    3. The book I read was Give peas a Chance. The autor is Morris Gleitzman. He was born on January 9, 1953. He was born inn Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England but his nationality is Australian. This book is fiction but it could really happen in real life.This book has a lot of different types is stories but I wil tell you about my favorite story Give Peas a Chance. So there was a boy and he said he wouldn't eat his veggies except if all the guns were gone in this world. He said this to his class mates a [...]


    4. oktake two as my first review disappearedis was only ok. 2 1/2 stars. the collection starts strongly with mission impossible, paparazzi and greenhouse gas, but there are few gems after that. I also loved 101 text messages and give peas a chance (until the final resolution). the author's note at the end made the whole collection just sound like an ad/teaser for the rest of his books. worth reading for the few gems. (apologies for the lack of capitals and my phone don't play nicely sometimes)


    5. 1) this book is 3 (actually more) short story's by the same author2) i decided to read this because i saw it on my book shelf and thought it looked good.3) i liked this book because it was just like normal life except with a twist (you may notice i say this in all my reviews that is because i like it like this way)4) i didn't like that all the story's had different characters because i would just get used to them when the story finished 5) I would recommend this to all young readers



    6. Morris Gleitzman is funny and I love his books. His short stories were entertaining and good read-alouds. My favorite by far was Germ Meets Worm.



    7. A great collection of short stories -- some funny, some serious, but all interesting. Fun exposure to Australian terminology.





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