Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories #2020

Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories By Paul Jennings Paul Jennings Weirdest Stories Since Unreal was published in Paul Jennings has written over stories and sold over million copies of his books To celebrate years of stories by Paul Jennings Penguin has put together c
  • Title: Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories
  • Author: Paul Jennings
  • ISBN: 9780670070640
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories By Paul Jennings
    Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories By Paul Jennings Since Unreal was published in 1985, Paul Jennings has written over 100 stories and sold over 7 million copies of his books To celebrate 20 years of stories by Paul Jennings, Penguin has put together collections of his work.Hand picked by Paul, each book contains around 25 stories from the UnCollected series and Tongue tied Paul Jennings Funniest Stories has already appeSince Unreal was published in 1985, Paul Jennings has written over 100 stories and sold over 7 million copies of his books To celebrate 20 years of stories by Paul Jennings, Penguin has put together collections of his work.Hand picked by Paul, each book contains around 25 stories from the UnCollected series and Tongue tied Paul Jennings Funniest Stories has already appealed to audiences, having sold over 30,000 copies to date, and Paul Jennings Weirdest Stories will definitely be the weirdest anthology yet
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    • Paul Jennings

      Paul Jennings was born in Heston near London, and at the age of 6 emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on a boat He was on the boat for 5 weeks with his family He attended Bentleigh West Primary School and Caulfield Grammar School.After graduating from school, he went to Frankston Teachers College now part of Monash University and became a teacher He taught students at Frankston State School, Kangaroo Flat State School, the Turana Youth Training Centre, and the Royal Children s Hospital State School in Mount Eliza He later went on to study at the Lincoln Institute of Health Science now part of LaTrobe University and became a speech pathologist, then worked as a Lecturer in Special Education at Burwood State College now part of Deakin University In 1979 he became Senior Lecturer in Language and Literature at Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education now part of Deakin University.In 1985, Jennings first book of short stories, Unreal was published, during which he worked as a lecturer and wrote part time in 1989, he made the decision to devote his full time to writing Many of his short stories, published between 1985 and 1991, were also adapted into the first and second series of the popular Australian television show Round the Twist.Winner of the Dromkeen Medal 2000.

    650 thoughts on “Paul Jennings' Weirdest Stories

    • I really enjoyed these stories There s nothing like going back and reading something that you haven t read for 7 years or .It sparked memories from my childhood, and made me remember the times where Paul Jennings was the coolest author out there In Australia, of course I recommend that everybody reads this even if you aren t Australian This book to me is just one of the many iconic books in Australia Although some of the themes or values have since advanced or since been replaced with others, th [...]


    • I decided to read this book if short stories because I had read similar books buy Paul Jennings and my brothers had this in the house The three stories I chose from this book was No is Yes , Unhappily Ever After and Frozen Stiff I chose those three stories because the title sounded interesting.The category On the bingo board I chose for this book was three poems or short stories from one anthology I found this category interesting because there were so many anthologies to chose from and that you [...]



    • I read these as a kid, and I m now reading the stories to my year 3 class while I m on my teaching practicum They absolutely love these stories the only problem is, some of the stories are mature than others, so I ve had to skip a few so as not to piss off some parents But the kids absolutely love these stories They re absolutely rapt, they shush each other if someone talks while I m reading The cool thing about this is that these stories are really Australian there s some definite Australian s [...]


    • Paul Jennings has been a popular middle grade Australian author for at least two decades, probably My older daughter recently turned 34, and she loved his books when she was in years 5 6, as well as his TV series Around the Twist This collection of short stories is quirky, and a lot of fun I particularly liked Mousechap Most of the stories are written in the first person, which makes it easy to get into the main character s head and life Some of the stories would probably appear a little strang [...]


    • I like all the Paul Jennings books because he always thinks outside the box and puts a twist on all the story endings.I love this book because it has got most of my favourite Paul Jennings stories


    • This book was really funny I so enjoyed it paul Jennings is such a good writer I loved it could not put any of his books down till they were finished and then I wanted


    • A funny quirky book which has really good mini stories in it Paul Jennings will make you laugh out loudThe stories are all twisted and muddled up, but that is what makes the book interesting


    • Paul Jennings weirdest stories is a book based on short funny stories about people in awkward situations and finding it hard to get out of.



    • I consider Paul Jennings to be the children s Chuck Palahniuk Certainly this collection of bizarre stories is startlingly similar to the latter s short stories Definitely worth a read.




    • I enjoyed this weird collection of totally weird stories It is definitely worth considering.Be ready for some serious weirdness


    • This huge book with little stories in between is a alright book to read but I read it with my sister when we were little and the one with the dog gets me scared every time All it was about 3.5 5


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