Slaves of Spiegel: a Magic Moscow story

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Four Winds Press, 1982 - Juvenile Fiction - 88 pages
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Steve Nickelson, his assistant Norman Bleistift, and the Magic Moscow restaurant are transported through space to compete in an intergalactic junk food cooking contest.

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User Review  - Ray Charbonneau - Goodreads

Juvenile, not in a good way. Read full review

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A Daniel Pinkwater crossover! The much feared 'Fat men from outer space' are gathering the greatest junk food cooks in the universe to compete in an intergalactic cook off and of course they pick the ... Read full review

Contents

From the Journal of Norman Bleistift
15
Report of the Membership Committee of
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An Unnamed Third Person
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Copyright

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About the author (1982)

Author, illustrator, and radio commentator Daniel M. Pinkwater was born in Memphis Tennessee on November 15, 1941. He is trained as an artist and attended Bard College. In 1969, he wrote and illustrated his first book, The Terrible Roar. Since then he has written over 50 books for children, young adults, and adults. He is also a commentator on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and regularly reviews children's books on Weekend Edition Saturday. While he has illustrated many of his works, his most recent ones have been illustrated by his wife Jill Pinkwater.