The Search for Snout

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 11, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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SOMEWHERE SNOUT IS WAITING.

Rod Allbright and his alien friends face the biggest mystery of their lives: Where in the wide, wide galaxy is their missing friend Snout, the Master of the Mental Arts?

Their death-defying search for their friend leads them across the stars to the Mentat, the mysterious home of the Mental Masters. But the clues they uncover there only deepen the mystery -- and the danger. For Rod and his friends have stumbled into something far bigger and more dangerous than any of them had ever dreamed. At stake are their honor, their lives, their sanity, and (just possibly) the fate of the universe.
  

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This book is great and it has alot of adventure and alot of mystery. It takes aeile to get into but then it really good. Read full review

Contents

Home Is Where the Hurt Is
1
Family Conference
8
One Spaceship
19
Off to the Stars
27
Message from a Maniac
39
Chibling Rivalry
49
Crime and Punishment
59
A Voice from Beyond
69
Seymour
120
Into the Mentat
128
The Head Council
138
Roots
145
The Hall of Statues
152
Darker and Darker
163
The Belly of the Beast
173
The First Starfarers
182

Renegades of the Galaxy
79
Up from the Worm Farm
87
A Worm that Turned
99
Split Personality
109
Battle in the Beast
193
Seymour and I
202
Lightyears to Go Before I Sleep
210
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About the author (2007)

Bruce Coville was born in Syracuse, New York, in 1950. Before getting published he earned his living as a toymaker, a gravedigger, a cookware salesman, an assembly line worker, and finally as an elementary school teacher. Bruce has published more than 100 books, which have appeared in over a dozen countries around the world and sold more than 16 million copies. Among his most popular titles are My Teacher Is an Alien, Into the Land of the Unicorns, and The Monsterís Ring. In 2001 he founded Full Cast Audio, an audiobook company dedicated to creating unabridged, full cast recordings of the best in childrenís and young adult literature. Bruce lives in Syracuse with his wife, Katherine, who has illustrated many of his books. For more information about Bruce, check out BruceCoville.com.

Katherine Coville is an artist, a sculptor, and a doll maker who specializes in highly detailed images of creatures never before seen in this world. She has illustrated several books written by her husband, Bruce Coville, including Goblins in the Castle, Aliens Ate My Homework, and the Space Brat series.
Bruce and Katherine live in Syracuse, New York, with a varying assortment of pets and children.

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