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Hardcover When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children Book

ISBN: 0152060561

ISBN13: 9780152060565

When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children

(Book #8 in the Secrets of Dripping Fang Series)

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What can we expect from the next two brilliantly creepy books in the deliciously disturbing Dripping Fang series? Well, it's probably a safe guess that they will be just as bizarre and frightfully fun... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Good Fun!

Ten-year-old twins Wally and Cheyenne Shluffmuffin are trying to convince the FBI that giant ants are plotting to take over the world. FBI agent Cromwell believed them but he "disappeared" before he could tell anyone else so now Wally and Cheyenne decide to take a train to Quantico, the FBI place in Virginia. They need to be careful, the onts have sent yet another assassin after them, someone no one would ever expect to be a hired killer. "When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children" is the eighth book in Dan Greenburg's "Secrets of Dripping Fang" series and it is one of the funniest books in the series. Greenburg outdoes himself with the humor in this book. The silliness starts with the chapter titles ("Snakes on a Train" is a good example). There are tons of funny scenes in the book and it is worth reading just for the chapter where Hedy is auditioning possible assassins - the chapter is laugh out loud funny. Also funny are the scenes with Professor Spydelle and his wife Shirley (a giant spider) finally deciding to adopt some children from Jolly Days Orphanage and a scene where Wally gets in trouble with a teacher. While most of the book is extremely funny, there is a scary scene on the train near the end of the book, which may traumatize younger readers. "When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children" is a very funny entry in a delightful series for children.

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wow, it was great, i really liked it because it was kind of funny as an old granny as a an assassin trying to kill the shluffmuffin twins as a bounty for the ont qwueen. I liked it because of the train affair with the snakes when wally shluffmuffin prevents the black mamba from killing them.
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