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Following Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie and Stampede of the Supermarket Slugs is Bill Doyle's third tale of monsters and magic. Mr. Cigam has a new job for Keats and Henry—a job working for his mixed-up stepsisters, Lillian and Beatrice. The sisters have lost a magical compass at the Tophat Junkyard, and ever since then, they've lost their sense of direction as well. Now they need pleh! (That's help spelled backward.) But for Keats and Henry, finding the compass isn't going to be easy. Something else is searching for it, too—a magic-sniffing junkyard hog with wings, long sharp tusks, and an appetite for destruction!
Fast on the fins of Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie is Bill Doyle's second tale of magic and mayhem. Mr. Cigam has a new job for Keats and Henry. All they have to do is capture one little slug in the Purple Rabbit Supermarket. Sounds easy, right? Wrong! First, the slug isn't so little. Second, there's way more than just one. And to top it off, the supermarket has gone all kooky—Mr. Cigam's mixed-up magic has swirled down every aisle! There are pests in the produce and an angry snowman in frozen foods. Can Keats and Henry clean up this supermarket mess? From the Trade Paperback edition.
New to the Random House list is author Bill Doyle with a tale of monsters, magic, and mayhem. After Keats and Henry lose their bikes, they need money—fast. So the help-wanted ad at the supermarket seems ideal for them. All they have to do is weed Hallway House's garden, find some lightbulbs in the attic, sweep the garage . . . and battle a shark-headed zombie. But no one told them about the giant bookworms in the library, the toe-biting carpet in the halls, and the kitchen sinkhole! From the Trade Paperback edition.
The lovable wackiness of Modern Family meets zany contests in this delightful new series that will have readers laughing out loud! Cal Talaska can’t wait for his family to win the Great Grab Contest! The prize? Twenty minutes to grab anything in the world-famous Wish Shoppe! He knows his family will leave the competition in the dust, but first he has to convince them to compete! To get their eyes on the prize, Cal focuses on what his family wants from the Wish Shoppe—a gym for Mom, a whole orchestra for Dad, tools to build a spaceship for little sister Imo, and candy for baby brother Bug! Cal would do anything to get them to compete, even if that means tricking them into it . . . They’ll thank him later! When it comes to the Talaskas, family always comes first. But can Cal convince them to go for first place too? From the Hardcover edition.
Worker robots keep the high-tech town of Terabyte Heights humming, but ten-year-old George Gearing is the only one who has a robot for a best friend. When his scrappy but beloved pal Jackbot is hit by a car, the whiz kid re-engineers him with fancy parts from state-of-the-art TinkerTech Laboratories. Jackbot’s astounding new skills far exceed anything George—or even TinkerTech’s head of robotics—could ever have imagined. Will the villainous Dr. Micron destroy the whole town to see his tech-driven dream realized? Not if George can help it . . .
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