Burton and the Giggle Machine

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Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, 1996 - Inventors - 147 pages
An American Bookseller "Pick of the Lists", this sequel to the wildly popular Burton and the Zoom Zoom Va-Rooom Machine has "an undeniable sense of style and an irrepressible sense of humor" (Booklist). Burton has never seen his friends so low and is determined to come up with an invention to dispel the gloom.

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BURTON AND THE GIGGLE MACHINE

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Professor Savvy has barely finished writing his promise—not to take anyone's invention ever again—100 times (Burton's Zoom Zoom Va-ROOM Machine, 1990) when he's back spying on Burton and his rocket ... Read full review

Contents

The VaROOOM Machine
1
Clintons Army
20
More Trouble
34
Copyright

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