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It's a moose! —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

A baby that is different from all the others brings a family great joy until he grows too big for their home.

How I live now

An American teenager is sent to the English countryside to stay with relatives, but soon they begin to struggle as war breaks out.

Meet wild boars —Rosoff, Meg.

It is very hard to be friends with wild boars because they are dirty and smelly, bad-tempered, and rude.

Jonathan unleashed : a novel —Rosoff, Meg, author.

Jonathan Trefoil's boss is unhinged, his relationship baffling and his apartment just the wrong side of legal. His girlfriend wants to marry someone just like him - only richer and more organised with a different sense o...

Jumpy Jack and Googily —Rosoff, Meg.

Jumpy Jack the snail is terrified that there are monsters around every corner despite the reassurances of his best friend, Googily.

Wild boars cook —Rosoff, Meg.

Besides being naughty, greedy, stinky, and rude, wild boars Boris, Morris, Horace, and Doris are also very hungry and luckily Doris finds the perfect recipe for them to make.

Good dog, McTavish —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

"When Ma Peachey resigned from being a mother to take up yoga instead, the rest of the family took up being in crisis: no one cooked dinner, no one picked up the dirty laundry, and the children were always late for schoo...

How I live now —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

To get away from her pregnant stepmother in New York City, fifteen-year-old Daisy goes to England to stay with her aunt and cousins, with whom she instantly bonds, but soon war breaks out and rips apart the family while ...

The great Godden —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

This is the story of one family, one dreamy summer ... In a holiday house by the sea, our watchful narrator sees everything, including many things they shouldn't, as their brother and sisters, parents and older cousins f...

Picture me gone —Rosoff, Meg.

Mila has an exceptional talent for reading a room -- sensing hidden facts and unspoken emotions from clues that others overlook. So when her father's best friend, Matthew, goes missing from his upstate New York home, Mil...

What I was —Rosoff, Meg.

A 16-year-old boy attending a repressive English boarding school in the 1960s finds friendship with a boy living in a fisherman's hut nearby.

There is no dog —Rosoff, Meg.

In this story, God is a teenage boy named Bob and he created the Earth in six days. Unfortunately, Bob is a typical teenage boy, meaning that he is lazy, careless, self-obsessed, sex-mad, and about to meet a girl and fal...

The bride's farewell —Rosoff, Meg.

In order to avoid the fate of her hapless mother, Pell Ridley, the daughter of a good-for-nothing-preacher in rural England, flees her home on her wedding day to the freedom of Salisbury Fair where she hopes to find work...

Jonathan unleashed a novel —Rosoff, Meg, author.
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2016
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Jonathan Trefoil's boss is unhinged, his relationship baffling and his apartment just the wrong side of legal. His girlfriend wants to marry someone just like him - only richer and more organised with a different sense o...

There is no dog —Rosoff, Meg.
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2012
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When the beautiful Lucy prays to fall in love, God, an irresponsible youth named Bob, chooses to answer her prayer personally, to the dismay of this assistant, Mr. B who must try to clean up the resulting catastrophes.

What I was —Rosoff, Meg.
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2008
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In the 1960s, off the coast of East Anglia, a disgruntled boarding school student develops an obsessive friendship with a boy living by himself at the edge of the sea.

McTavish on the move —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

Pa has just landed a new job, and it's put an unusual spring in his step. But a new job means a new house in a new part of town, and now the Peacheys are getting ready to move. Amidst the chaos, nobody seems to notice th...

McTavish goes wild —Rosoff, Meg, 1956-

It's summer, and the Peachey family is in crisis--again. Where will they go for their vacation? Betty Peachey thinks that camping is the best option, and Ma Peachey know just the place. But Pa Peachey is convinced that n...

McTavish takes the cake —Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

"Pa Peachey has gotten it in his head that he is going to be the baker in the family, and the Peacheys and their dog, McTavish, are more than a little surprised. Stunned, in fact. Ever since Ma Peachey declared herself f...

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