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Doctor Grundy’s Undies

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12 August 2014

Doctor Grundy’s Undies

Dawn McMillan & Ross Kinnaird

Hilarious new book from the team behind I Need a New Bum!

Doctor Grundy lost his undies
His best ones, supersized!


When a strong wind blows past Doctor Grundy’s clothesline, away fly his undies.

They land on a pirate ship, are blown on to Scotland, get a mend in China – but will they ever find their way back home?

Doctor Grundy’s Undies is the hilarious new story for primary age kids from much-loved author Dawn McMillan and illustrator Ross Kinnaird.

Blending rhyme, humour and an undie world tour with delightful colour illustrations, this book follows in the footsteps of 2012’s I Need a New Bum! – which has sold more than 20,000 copies in New Zealand, and will have a US edition published next month.

Release Date: 25 September 2014 | ISBN: 978-1-877514-73-9 | RRP $19.99
Paperback, 230 x 215 mm, 32 pages colour

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