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Dead Funny : More Horror Stories by Comedians. by Acaster, James.; Ferguson Walker, Clare.; Hadoke, Toby.; Haynes, Natalie.; Hound, Rufus.; James, Elis.; Lee, Stewart.; Long, Josie.; Ince, Robin.; Mains, Johnny.;
Intro -- Robin Ince -- Introduction -- Johnny Mains -- Another Introduction -- Rufus Hound -- Date Night -- Isy Suttie -- Under My Skin -- Alice Lowe -- Carnival -- Andrew O'Neill -- The Vault -- Kiri Pritchard-McLean -- The Man Made of Worms -- James Acaster -- To Do -- Robin Ince -- Hide and Seek -- Toby Hadoke -- Cunning -- Josie Long -- A Ghost Story -- Jason Manford -- Jessica's Friend -- Clare Ferguson Walker -- Daddy's Girl -- John Robertson -- Harry -- Natalie Haynes -- The Basement Conversion -- Elis James -- Above and Beyond -- Stewart Lee -- Test Pressing -- Alan Moore -- Cold Reading -- Alice Lowe -- Paedo -- Who's Who -- Acknowledgements.This Christmas, the world turns on its head again. What happens when the light gives way to the dark? When mirth turns to murder? When the howls are not from joy? Dead Funny: Encore, a further selection of horror stories from the pens of Britain's best comedians.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Josie Bloom and the Emergency of Life. by Long, Susan Hill.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Dedication -- The Money -- What's a Mort-gage? -- Winky's Hero -- Grandpa, Explained -- The Book of Knowledge -- Mrs. Blyth-Barrow's Agenda -- The Not-Secret Fort -- A Carnival -- Yard Work -- The Shape of Longing -- The Bank -- Not So Fast -- A Family Portrait -- What's Insufficient Funds? -- Soccer -- Plastic Flowers -- A Bet with Mr. Mee -- A Kind of Faith -- Knock-Knock -- Graphs -- Laundry -- Mr. Mee's Weak Spot -- Becky Gets Creative -- A Sour Note -- One Prong Short -- A Memory at Moody's -- Hot Dogs and Fireflies -- Grandpa? -- Grandpa! -- Joe Viola's First Game -- I Win the Bet with Mr. Mee -- Boiled Water Is Not a Good Dinner -- Oh No, Joe -- Not a Jinx -- I Visit the County Courthouse -- Believe It or Not -- Evidence -- Another Visit to the Bank -- Strike Two -- Winky Does Not Believe It -- Three Strikes -- A Sign at the Cemetery -- The BBL -- All Is Lost -- Beanbag Hands -- Mrs. B-B Takes Us In -- Prize Winnings Are Determined -- I Make Like Amanda Mandolin -- I Go to the Pokey -- Turns Out I Am Not Actually Arrested -- Pajamas! -- Whole Lotta Love -- Ye Olde Scientist -- 9-1-1 -- Extra Innings -- The Home -- Unexpected House on Desirable Street -- Home -- About the Author -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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The Chinese Takeout. by Cutler, Judith(DLC)1560865;
Title Page -- Dedication -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- CHAPTER ONE -- CHAPTER TWO -- CHAPTER THREE -- CHAPTER FOUR -- CHAPTER FIVE -- CHAPTER SIX -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- CHAPTER NINE -- CHAPTER TEN -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- CHAPTER TWELVE -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN -- CHAPTER EIGHTEEN -- CHAPTER NINETEEN -- CHAPTER TWENTY -- CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE -- CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO -- CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE -- CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX -- CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN -- CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT -- CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE -- CHAPTER THIRTY -- EPILOGUE -- About the Author -- By Judith Cutler -- Copyright.It's morning service in a quiet village church. Josie Welford, wealthy widow of one of the country s most wanted criminals and now licensee of the White Hart gastro-pub, is daydreaming during Father Tim Martin s sermon. Suddenly the peace is shattered when a filthy Chinese youth flings himself into the church and demands sanctuary.Should the Church accede to the request for protection that no longer has legal standing? Or should it hand Tang over to the authorities? Josie supports Tim s decision to protect Tang, but not all the congregation agree, taking their grievances to the Church hierarchy. But Josie's friend and long-term lodger, the Food Standards Agency inspector Nick Thomas, fears for the boy's life. Tang is almost certainly an illegal immigrant whose gang-masters would rather have dead than able to betray them. It's not long before the media are involved, the subsequent publicity bringing fatal results, not just to the priest and the refugee, but to St Jude's itself.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Families [electronic resource]. by O'Sullivan, Vincent.;
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Acknowledgements; On a Clear Day; Mrs Bennett and the Bears; On Another Note; Holding On; Josie; Frame; Fainting and the Fat Man; Daddy Drops a Line; The Families; Keeping an Eye; Pieces; Posting; Getting it Right; LuceVincent O'Sullivan is former professor of English at Victoria University of Wellington and at the University of Waikato. He is the author of the novels Believers to the Bright Coast and Let the River Stand, which won a Montana New Zealand Book Award; the poetry collections Blame Vermeer, Further Convictions Pending: Poems 1999-2008, Lucky Table, and Seeing You Asked; and Long Journey to the Border, a biography of John Mulgan. He is the coeditor of The Collected Letters of Katherine Mansfield, and he has edited several major anthologies. He is the current poet laureate of New Zealand.
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Conversational Solfege Level 3 Student Reading Book. by Feierabend, John.;
Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Unit 14 -- Patterns Set 14A -- Patterns Set 14B -- Frog in the Meadow -- Hop Old Squirrel -- Hot Cross Buns -- Jim Along Josie -- Mama Don't 'Low -- Grandma Grunts -- Do, Do, Pity My Case -- Love Somebody -- Momma, Buy Me a China Doll -- No One's in the House But Dinah -- Casey's Train -- Riding Here to Get Married -- Round and Round -- Taffy Was a Welshman -- This Old Man -- When Are We Gonna Get Married -- Who's That Tapping at the Window -- Hey, Betty Martin -- Chicken on a Fence Post -- Four in a Boat -- The Gallant Ship -- I've Been to Harlem -- Paw Paw Patch -- March of the Toreadors -- Slavonic Dance -- Russian Dance -- Dance of the Reed Pipes from "The Nutcracker Suite" -- Unit 15 -- Patterns Set 15A -- Pattterns Set 15B -- Here Comes a Bluebird -- Lavender's Blue -- Mah Ko Way -- Oranges and Lemons -- Derry Ding Dong Dason -- Come, Butter, Come! -- Coffee Canon -- Morning -- Minuet from Suite in G, Water Music: Suite No. 3 -- Waltz -- Minuet in G -- Toota Lute -- Unit 16: Looks Different, Sounds the Same -- Looks Different, Sounds the Same -- Patterns -- Hop Old Squirrel -- Hot Cross Buns -- Jim Along Josie -- Unit 17 -- Looks Different, Sounds the Same -- Patterns -- Lavender's Blue -- Here Comes a Bluebird -- Oranges and Lemons -- Unit 18 -- Patterns Set 18A -- Patterns Set 18B -- Patterns Set 18C -- Vamos a la Mar -- Frére Jacques -- Westminister Chimes -- Long, Long Ago -- Scotland's Burning -- Hush, Little Baby -- Patterns Set 18D -- Charlie over the Ocean -- Down by the Station -- Eensy Weensy Spider -- I'll Not Marry -- Jessie Got the Measles -- News of the Day -- Sallie Go 'Round the Sun -- Santa Maloney -- Derry Ding Dong Dason -- We've Come from Spain -- Unit 19: Upbeat / Pick-up / Anacrusis -- Patterns Set 19A -- Patterns Set 19B -- 'Twas on a Monday Morning -- My Dame Has a Lame Tame Crane.A Tisket, a Tasket -- Lone Star Trail -- Mi Burro -- A Birdie with a Yellow Bill -- Bingo -- For Health and Strength -- Unit 20: Upbeat / Pick-up / Anacrusis -- Patterns Set 10A -- Patterns Set 20B -- Arroz con Leche -- Let's Go to the Wood -- A Boat, a Boat -- Sally Walker -- Paper of Pins -- Begone, Dull Care -- The Farmer in the Dell -- Green Gravel -- It Rained a Mist -- One Finger, One Thumb -- The Bear Went over the Mountain -- The Thread Follows the Needle -- The Minister's Cat -- O, Mactavish Is Dead -- The Evening is Coming -- Down Home -- Bonavist's Harbour -- Cockles and Mussels -- The Millwheel -- I Saw Three Ships -- Maschero -- My Mother Sent Me unto You -- My Name is Yon Yonson -- Old Roger Is Dead -- Risseldy, Rosseldy -- Skin and Bones -- Four Skaters -- The Moldau -- The Wild Horseman -- Anitra's Dance -- Unit 21 -- Patterns Set 21A -- Patterns Set 21B -- Patterns Set 21C -- Chatter with the Angels -- Old MacDonald -- Ther was a Man -- 'Simmons -- Daddy Shot a Bear -- Four in a Boat -- Chicken on a Fence Post -- Ducks on the Millpond -- Jennie Jenkins -- Cotton Eyed Joe -- Down Came a Lady -- I've Been to Harlem -- Help Me Wind My Ball of Wool -- Old Mister Rabbit -- Phoebe in Her Petticoat -- Cumberland Gap -- Patterns Set 21D -- Clap Hands, Clap Hands -- The North Wind Doth Blow -- Father Grumble -- The Derby Ram -- One, Two, Three O'Leary -- It Is Spring -- How Many Miles to London Town -- Come Dance and Sing -- There's a Hole in the Bucket -- Chica-ma, Chicka-ma Craney Crow -- Unit 22 -- Patterns Set 22A -- Patterns Set 22B -- Patterns Set 22C -- Simple Gifts -- Bingo -- Boil the Cabbage Down -- Eins, Zwei, Drei -- For Health and Strength -- Good King Wenceslas -- Grizzly Bear -- Johnny Get Your Haircut -- Mary Ann -- Mitty Matty -- Oleana -- Throw Some 'Simmons Down! -- The Little Bell at Westminster -- Paw Paw Patch.Skip to My Lou -- Old Molly Hare -- Sanctus -- Yankee Doodle -- Up I Went to My Father's Farm -- Au Clair de la Lune -- Hey, Betty Martin -- Gray Squirrel -- Green, Green, Green -- King William -- Gallant Ship -- Patterns Set 22D -- Allee Galloo -- Blow the Wind Southerly -- The Millwheel -- I Saw Three Ships -- Mulberry Bush -- I's the B'y -- My Name is Yon Yonson -- A Bird Comes Flying -- O Sister Phoebe -- Risseldy Rosseldy -- Sing Me Another -- Sing, Sing Together -- Somebody Waiting -- The North Wind Doth Blow -- The Ship Is Sailing -- There Were Four Skaters -- Morning Is Come -- Let Us Endeavour -- Fais do do -- Come, Butter, Come -- Clap Handy -- CAFFEE -- Brown Eyed Mary -- Three Jolly Fishermen -- 'Twas on a Monday Morning -- Old Roger Is Dead -- Past Three O'Clock -- Robin a Thrush -- The Hunter -- The Jolly Herring -- The Swapping Song -- There Was an Old Lady -- Uno, Tra La La -- When I Was a Shoemaker -- Vandura -- Whippoorwill -- Miss Maggie -- Way out in Idaho -- Patito -- Patito (version 2) -- Beethoven Violin Concerto -- Symphony #6, 5th Movement -- Roses from the South -- Theme from Symphony #1 -- All through the Night -- Unit 23: Minor -- Minor Patterns Set 23A -- Minor Patterns Set 23B -- Ghost of John -- Who Killed Cock Robin -- Aeolian Canon -- Ha, Ha, Ha -- This Morning is the Month of May -- La La La -- Go Tell Aunt Rhody -- Old Abram Brown -- Arrorró, Mi Niño -- William He Had Seven Sons -- Slumber Time -- Betty Larkin -- The Birch Tree -- Bim Bam -- Minor Patterns Set 23D -- The Wee Melodie Man -- Skin and Bones -- Blow the Moon Out, Please -- Help, Murder, Police -- How Good and Joyous -- My Mother Sent Me unto You -- A Soulcake -- Souling Song -- The Farmer's Daughter -- Maschero -- La Panaderita -- Natoma's Dagger Dance -- Unit 24 -- Patterns Set 24A -- Patterns Set 24B -- Patterns Set 24C -- Why Shouldn't My Goose.My Father Is Dead -- Hop Up and Jump Up -- Cedar Swamp -- A Birdie with a Yellow Bill -- Bessy Bell -- Cripple Creek -- Crusader's Hymn -- Cut the Cake -- Ding Dong, Diggy, Diggy Dong -- Down in the Meadow -- Fox and Goose -- Jeremiah, Blow the Fire -- Tideo -- There Was an Old Woman -- The Deer Chase -- Patterns Set 24D -- Cockles and Mussels -- Drink to Me Only -- The Cuckoo -- Old Roger Is Dead -- Little Tom Tinker -- Oliver Cromwell -- The Needle's Eye -- Row, Row, Row Your Boat -- Unit 25 -- Patterns Set 25A -- Patterns Set 25B -- Patterns Set 25C -- Kookaburra -- Arkansas Traveler -- Early One Morning -- The Galway Piper -- Lachen, Lachen -- Nobody Likes Me -- Auf ihr Brüder -- Cornish May Day Procession -- Waltzing Matilda -- Train Is A-Coming -- Reuben and Rachel -- Sakura -- Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree -- Vesper Hymn -- The Spider and the Fly -- Theme from Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61 -- Patterns Set 25D -- The Alphabet -- Let's Go Hunting -- Bonavist's Harbour -- Du, Du -- Little Bird -- Merrily, Merrily -- Over the River and through the Woods -- Pop Goes the Weasel -- Spin, Spin -- Strawberry Fair -- Christopher Columbus -- Jolly Old Roger -- The Crocodile -- Kitty Alone -- Piggy Wig and Piggy Wee -- Pío, Pío, Pío -- Push the Business On -- Way Up High in the Cherry Tree -- When I Go Home -- Tommy and the Apples -- Summer Is Icumen In -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- We Welcome Lovely Month of May -- Three Blind Mice -- Theme from Symphony #9 -- Unit 26: Extended Range -- Patterns Set 26A -- Patterns Set 26B -- Patterns Set 26C -- Tra La La -- Come and Dance -- For Thy Gracious Blessings -- Glory to God in the Highest -- Shalom Chaverim -- Jackfish -- The Tailor and the Mouse -- Toembai -- White Sand and Gray Sand -- Willie, Willie -- Pachelbel Canon in D -- Woody, Woody -- Patterns Set 26D -- We Merry Minstrels -- Down the River.Vive L'amour -- I Saw a Ship -- Around the Corner -- Eighteen Hundred and Forty-One -- The Cuckoo -- Charlie's Neat -- Black Smith -- The Derby Ram -- Lincolnshire Poacher -- Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral -- March of the Toreadors -- Kaiser Waltz -- The Moldau -- Marmotte -- Autumn - Four Seasons -- Modulation Box - Diatonic.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Broken Hearts. by Stine, R. L.(DLC)1784540;
Intro -- Prologue: September -- Part 1: The Following February -- Chapter 1: A Surprise in the Mail -- Chapter 2: Have a Heart -- Chapter 3: Resentmen -- Chapter 4: Surprise in the Snow -- Chapter 5: Anger -- Chapter 6: Everyone's Mad -- Chapter 7: "I Hate Josie!" -- Chapter 8: Math Problems -- Chapter 9: First Blood -- Chapter 10: Someone is Happy -- Chapter 11: "Somebody Hates You" -- Chapter 12: Maybe Jenkman -- Chapter 13: Valentine's Day -- Chapter 14: Erica is Worried -- Chapter 15: Terrible Trouble -- Chapter 16: A Stupid Thing -- Chapter 17: Dangerous Plans -- Chapter 18: "Hello? Anyone There?" -- Chapter 19: Another Victim -- Part 2: February, One Year Later -- Chapter 20: Melissa's Turn -- Chapter 21: Missing -- Chapter 22: Dave is Guilty Again -- Chapter 23: An Intruder -- Chapter 24: Another Intruder -- Chapter 25: The Real Killer -- Chapter 26: Long Red Hair -- Chapter 27: "Not Luke" -- Chapter 28: Stabbed -- Chapter 29: Another Broken Heart -- Chapter 30: The Party -- Chapter 31: A Hooded Figure -- Chapter 32: On Thin Ice -- Chapter 33: Drowned -- Chapter 34: A Romantic Idea -- About the Author -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Something about emus : Bininj stories from Western Arnhem land. by Garde, Murray.;
Contents -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Reading and writing Bininj Kunwok words -- A guide to pronunciation -- Vowels -- Diphthongs -- Consonants -- Long stops and short stops -- Hyphens -- PART I: Talking about emus -- Chapter 1 Bininj Elder Jimmy Kalarriya talks about emus with Peter Biless Nabarlambarl and Don Nakad -- Where do we find her, the emu? -- Emus and water -- Emu's predators -- What emus do during the day -- Reproduction -- Emu nesting -- Hunting emus -- Emus and fire -- Chapter 2 Jack Nawilil and Jimmy Kalarriya talk about emus at Bolkdjam Outstation -- Names, social classification of emus, emu clans and sites of significance -- Where they go and what they eat -- Predators -- Emu movements -- Reproduction -- Diet -- More on movements -- Preparing and cooking emus -- Dividing the meat -- Burning country: fire and emus -- Emu population change -- Emus and fruit gathering -- Emu gender -- Chapter 3 Mick Kubarkku and family from Yikarrakkal talk about emus -- Predators -- Nesting and hatching the chicks -- Diet -- Emu scats -- Chapter 4 Jack Djandjomerr and Josie Maralngurra talk about emus at Kabulwarnamyo Outstation -- Emu diet - food and water -- Gender and reproduction -- More on emu diet -- Emus and fire -- Hunting emus -- Chapter 5 George Djandjomerr talks about emus at Manabudduma -- Emu and her names -- Habitat -- Predators -- Emu gender -- Emu movements -- The emus near Marlkawo - diet, fire, vocalisations -- Emus, fire and hunting -- Cooking emus -- Chapter 6 Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek and Mary Kolkiwarra talk about emus at Kabulwarnamyo Outstation -- Emu gender -- Habitat -- Emus and water -- Emus and predators -- Emu movements -- Emu reproduction -- Emu eggs and cultural taboos -- Emu diet -- Emus and fire -- Hunting emus -- Life in the bush hunting emus and other animals.PART II: Three greedy emu stories Nicholas Evans, with Toby Gangali and Jimmy Kalarriya Namarnyilk -- Introduction -- Toby Gangali's version -- Commentary on Toby Gangali's version -- Jimmy Kalarriya's Kundedjnjenghmi version -- Dalabon version by Jack Chadum and Don Bunindjawa -- Conclusion -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Part III: Cooking an emu in an underground oven at Mumeka Jon Altman -- The Photos: Ngabenbimmey 'I took photos of them' -- Notes from my field diary -- 21 November 1979 to 20 January 1980 -- From Field Notebook No. 3, 3 January 1980 to 14 March 1980 -- Some contemporary commentary -- Appendix 1 -- Collated by Wendy Telfer and Murray Garde: summary of information about emus -- Plants Eaten by Emus as Reported by Bininj in Western and Central Arnhem Land -- Appendix 2 -- Dalabon, anthropologists and the greedy emu story -- Appendix 3 -- Bininj Kunwok and other language names and associated information for emus in Arnhem Land -- Appendix 4 -- Skin names or subsections in Western Arnhem Land -- Explanation.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Spies in Disguise. by Scott, Kate.(DLC)1926632;
Intro -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Copyright -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Chapter 9 -- Chapter 10 -- Chapter 11 -- Chapter 12 -- Chapter 13 -- Chapter 14 -- Chapter 15 -- Chapter 16 -- Chapter 17 -- Coming Soon!.The day starts out like any other until Joe gets home to find his parents packed and ready to run! His dad hands him a disguise and they're out the door, his mom driving the family to safety as if she were in a Formula 1 car while his dad works the dashboard like an experienced computer hacker. What is going on? Joe's parents are no ordinary mom and dad. As professional spies, they are experts in their field, but they've been undercover so long that they thought their secret was safe! Now, their covers have been blown, and they're going to need to start over somewhere else. This time, Joe's in on the mission. And he's going to have to go undercover. As a girl. "No way," says Joe. "Absolutely no way!" But his family's safety is the top priority, and the people who are after them won't be looking for a family with a girl. Joe is about to become Josie, and it doesn't matter if the tights itch his thighs or that it's drafty under his dress. It's up to him to keep his family safe! He's on a mission, and there might be some pretty cool gadgets involved. Dive into a new chapter book series that is sure to keep you laughing from page to page. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers--picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Spies in Disguise. by Scott, Kate.(DLC)1926632;
Intro -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Copyright -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Chapter 9 -- Chapter 10 -- Chapter 11 -- Chapter 12 -- Chapter 13 -- Chapter 14 -- Chapter 15 -- Chapter 16 -- Chapter 17 -- Coming Soon!.The day starts out like any other until Joe gets home to find his parents packed and ready to run! His dad hands him a disguise and they're out the door, his mom driving the family to safety as if she were in a Formula 1 car while his dad works the dashboard like an experienced computer hacker. What is going on? Joe's parents are no ordinary mom and dad. As professional spies, they are experts in their field, but they've been undercover so long that they thought their secret was safe! Now, their covers have been blown, and they're going to need to start over somewhere else. This time, Joe's in on the mission. And he's going to have to go undercover. As a girl. No way," says Joe. Absolutely no way!" But his family's safety is the top priority, and the people who are after them won't be looking for a family with a girl. Joe is about to become Josie, and it doesn't matter if the tights itch his thighs or that it's drafty under his dress. It's up to him to keep his family safe! He's on a mission, and there might be some pretty cool gadgets involved. Dive into a new chapter book series that is sure to keep you laughing from page to page. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readerspicture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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