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...arnegie Medal. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online ... Ribblestrop - Apollo ... . Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu's ... A new school year means new trouble in this rollicking sequel to Ribblestrop, which has the "crazy-school appeal of Hogwarts and the grim humor of Lemony Snicket" (The Independent). The headmaster at Ribblestrop is hoping for a bit more organization as a new term gets underway. Ribblestrop is run by incompetents and is falling down (a few cracks can be spotted in the façade). Building a roof forms most of the term ... Amazon.com: Ribblestrop eBook: Mulligan, Andy: Kindle Store ... . Ribblestrop is run by incompetents and is falling down (a few cracks can be spotted in the façade). Building a roof forms most of the term's curriculum, and the children get a nightly rum ... After students arrive at Ribblestrop, they quickly learn that this boarding school is no Hogwarts: it's collapsing and partially burned out, and most of their classmates turn out to be Himalayan orphans. When tough 12-year-old Millie, the only girl at the school, gets lost in WWII-era tunnels running underneath Ribblestrop, she discovers ... Ribblestrop is a boarding school with a difference ... or two. There are dormitories left roofless after an arson attack, distracted teachers and a lethal underground labyrinth. Booktopia has Ribblestrop, Ribblestrop by Andy Mulligan. Buy a discounted Paperback of Ribblestrop online from Australia's leading online bookstore. Andy Mulligan When your school's motto is "Life is dangerous," you know that anything can happen—and everything does! This raucous tale of education gone awry is rife with "disgracefully dangerous high-octane fun," according to the The Guardian , which awarded Ribblestrop the Children's Fiction Prize. The Irish Times ';Ribblestrop has the crazy school appeal of Hogwarts and the grim humour of Lemony Snicket, and looks like a winner.' The Independent ';Ribblestrop is disgracefully dangerous high-octane fun of the highest order: an outrageous delight'Philip Ardagh, in the Guardian...