Attack of the 50-Ft. Cupid

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Simon and Schuster, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 102 pages
Frannie tries to prevent chaos when her new lab assistant, Igor, a dog of many breeds, accidentally lets loose a giant, fifty-foot, arrow-shooting cupid.
 

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All the girls agreed that they enjoyed the book. Here are some comments from the girls: 1) What was their favorite part of the book: Maddie & Stephanie – the poems; Dani & Rebecca – Igor making heart ... Read full review

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Franny told her told her dog Igor that he couldn’t touch anything in her lab if he was going to be the assistant. Valentine’s Day was coming up and Franny’s teacher told her to draw a cupid. Igor ... Read full review

Contents

Frannys House
2
Fleas and Thank You
9
Good Whelp Is Hard to Find
17
Lifes Ruff
21
S What Could Be Verse?
23
G Franny s ValentinePoem Generator
27
Drawing Conclusions
35
Cupid Is as Cupid Does
37
Pink Cute Im Going to Be Sick
41
Working Like a Dog
43
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Jim Benton is the New York Times bestselling writer of the Dear Dumb Diary series and a cartoonist whose unique brand of humor has been seen on toys, television, T-shirts, greeting cards, and even underwear. Franny K. Stein is the first character he's created especially for young children. A husband and father of two, he lives in Michigan, where he works in a studio that really and truly does have creepy stuff in it.