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HELP - HELP - HELP

Discussion in 'English' started by steakface, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. steakface

    steakface New commenter

    Is anyone able to identify something for me please. I used to have a book of short plays and have lost it. One of the plays I am able to remember was called "Keep taking the Doof". Short humorous plays for young teenagers. I'll be forever grateful if you can help me identify the name of the book - publisher etc.
     
  2. steakface

    steakface New commenter

    Is anyone able to identify something for me please. I used to have a book of short plays and have lost it. One of the plays I am able to remember was called "Keep taking the Doof". Short humorous plays for young teenagers. I'll be forever grateful if you can help me identify the name of the book - publisher etc.
     
  3. I'vebeen around a long time but I'venot heard of it (and neither has Google).
    Sure it's right? Not by any chance one of the Spirals is / was it?

     
  4. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    The Spiral plays are great fun - used them with Year 6.
     

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