Joey's dad is well and truly wired! If people think Joey has problems, they should meet his dad!Joey's dad insists he can cope without medication and that Joey can too. Joey so wants to believe his dad is right - but Joey remembers just how manic he felt before he got help. Can Joey live life his dad's way - or will the chaos take over?
Joey's dad is well and truly wired! After months of nagging, Joey Pigza is finally allowed to spend the summer holidays with his dad. But he soon finds out why Mom was so worried. If people think Joey has problems, they should meet his dad! Joey's dad insists he can cope without medication and that Joey can too. Joey so wants to believe his dad is right - but Joey remembers just how manic he felt before he got help. Can Joey live life his dad's way - or will the chaos take over?
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"Like its predecessor, this high-voltage, honest novel mixes humour, pain, fear and courage with deceptive ease" * Publishers Weekly * "Brilliant comic writing tinged with the poignancy of reality" * The Bookseller * "A sad, scary, blackly funny sequel . . . A triumph" * Kirkus * "Gantos creates scenes of comic genius . . . Joey is an endearing character who should run and run" * TES *
About Jack Gantos
Jack Gantos (Author) Jack Gantos was born in Norvelt, Pennsylvania, and has spent time living in Barbados and South Florida. He has written books for readers of all ages, including the acclaimed Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key and its sequels, the teenage novel Desire Lines, and the youthful memoire Hole in My Life. His is also the writer of Dead End in Norvelt and From Norvelt to Nowhere, a pair of semi-autobiographical novels about the importance of history and reading, the first of which won the prestigious Newbery Medal in 2012. He lives with his wife and daughter in Boston, Massachusetts.David Tazzyman (Illustrator) Dermot Milligan is eleven, obese and has just started at Big School. He's a big fan of The Lord of the Rings, and he hates his evil sisters, Ruby and Ella (Rubella). His all-time favourite donut is the classic ring, but he's also very keen on jam.
Joey Pigza Loses Control by Jack Gantos
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Random House Children's Publishers UK
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