By Jason Hazeley, Joel Morris
From bestselling authors Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris - a nugget of knowledge within the exceptional Ladybirds for Grown Ups series.
This pleasant e-book is the most recent within the sequence of Ladybird books which were in particular deliberate to assist grown-ups with the realm approximately them.
The huge transparent script, the cautious collection of phrases, the widespread repetition and the considerate matching of textual content with photos all permit grown-ups to imagine they've got taught themselves to manage. that includes unique Ladybird art along brilliantly humorous, fresh textual content.
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What she wanted more than anything else in the world was a job in American television at ten times her current salary. More than anything else in the world. In the world. What she wanted more than anything else at all was no longer a live issue. She sat on a chair in the lobby, under a kentia palm, and opened the little cellophane-windowed envelope. “Please call/’ it said. “Not happy,” and gave a number. The name was Gail Andrews. Gail Andrews. It wasn’t a name she was expecting. It caught her unawares.
Hmmm,” said the receptionist. ” “Yes,” said Tricia. “Looks like there’s a name here,” said the receptionist. “Gail Andrews. ” “No,” said Tricia. ” “No,” said Tricia. “Have you called the number? ” “No,” said Tricia, “you only just gave me the note. I’m just trying to get some more information before I ring back. ” “Hmmm,” said the receptionist, scrutinizing the note carefully. ” “No, I realize that,” said Tricia. ” The voice came from behind Tricia. She turned around. ” “I’m Gail Andrews. ” “Oh.
So,” said Tricia. “What are you … er …” She was floundering but, being a professional, kept the camera steady while she did it. “We are on a mission,” said one of the aliens. “A mission? ” Still she kept the camera steady. ” Rock steady, rock steady. Could have been on a tripod. She wondered if she should be using a tripod, in fact. She wondered that because it gave her a moment or two to digest what they had just said. No, she thought, hand-held gave her more flexibility. She also thought, Help, what am I going to do?
The Ladybird Book of the Hangover (Ladybirds for Grown-Ups) by Jason Hazeley, Joel Morris