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Missy Piggle-Wiggle is finally starting to feel settled in at the upside-down house, and the families in town have come to trust her magical cures for all sorts of childhood (mis)behavior, just like her great-aunt.
But right when everything is going so well, a terrible storm blasts through Little Spring Valley, damaging the upside-down house. Now the house is in need of repair (and isn't happy about it one bit), and money is becoming pretty tight for Missy.
And, on top of that, the children of Little Spring Valley continue to need Missy's inventive cures, such as the Smarty-Pants Cure, the Whiney-Whiners Cure, and the Won't-Walk-the-Dog Cure. Luckily, Missy knows just what to do!
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November 19, 2017
I never read any of the Mrs. Piggle Wiggle books or the first Missy Piggle-Wiggle and the Whatever Cure, but I read this second book in the new series. Since this is the first book I read from the series, it was easy to get into. It told me about the characters right away and described the upside...
December 17, 2017
Missy Piggle-Wiggle must deal with storm damage from the house and figure out how to make ends meet with the repair costs plus Mrs Piggle-Wiggle's extended absence. She's continuing to work with the kids in the neighborhood and helping them beat their bad habits in creative ways.
Ahh. Reading thes...
October 27, 2017
I miss Mrs Piggle-Wiggle in all her wordy, funny, quirky out-datedness. Missy just isn't up to her stellar standard. Come on, it doesn't take a page to talk about packing for a picnic and what about consistency in our characters - from page 10 "Veronica, who lived just down the street, was one of...
November 24, 2017
Very cute. I like that Missy is a character with her own life happening. There are still a lot of cures, but we see her as a person outside curing the kids.
Some cures are reminiscent of previous ones in the series, and the final chapter is a lot like when the kids search for pirate treasure in th...
November 06, 2017
I have a deeply soft spot in my heart for anything Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, and when you combine her with the creator of the Baby-Sitters Club, my tween-age self just about dies. The Missy books have a little more overarching storyline and fewer specific cures, but they are delightful all the same. My...
September 09, 2017
Miss Piggle Wiggle has Magic to "cure" many childhood behaviours but also uses sensible solutions to deal with so many . It's a delightful read with just the right amount of fantasy and fun to delight a child. Even though it's intended for a 9 - 12 y.o. audience, I'd read it to as young as 4 year...
December 23, 2017
These are a fun update to the Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle series, but one if the things I loved in the originals was that it wasn’t always magic cures that helped kids. There was one non-magic cure in this one, but it still had a different feel than the originals. Still made me happy and nostalgic, though...
June 22, 2017
Another great book Martin
December 12, 2017
3.5- a good story, but like the first book, there's more magic than the original Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle books (I could be remembering wrong... it's been a while).
October 24, 2017
The second book in this series continues the fun for the next generation of Piggle Wiggle readers. More fun cures and interesting children.