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|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anne Bentley; Roy Bentley
|Description:|| p. : ill. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Dirty, boring, old. That's what people called the town of Slaggton. Dirty and old it certainly was, but boring? Well, it might have been if the Groggs hadn't lived in Slaggton. Mr Grogg was a marvellous inventor, and when his family were disappointed because there wasn't enough money for them to go to the sea for the summer, he decide to invent something better! Soon after that a mechanical digger turned up and dug up the garden; then Mr Grogg took to working all hours of the night in the shed. What was going on? What was he making? The day came when Mr Grogg was ready to show them.|
|Responsibility:||by Anne and Roy Bentley.|