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My Parents are Driving Me Crazy by Pete…
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My Parents are Driving Me Crazy

by Pete Johnson

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Louis's parents swap roles. So now Dad is at home all day. And soon he's cooking meals no one wants to eat. And Dad even gives Louis his own duster, so he can clean his bedroom himself. Louis is outraged, he's far too busy. It's not long before there is total chaos. Louis and his brother quickly decide 'Dads are just not meant to be Mums.' Or are they? Meanwhile at school - never Louis's favourite place, he is in massive trouble for forging a letter to the deputy head from his dad. No one understands how Louis had no choice. And then there is the moment when he appears on TV and something truly yukky happens.… (more)

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