Eat Your Poison, Dear

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 1, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Cafeteria food may be hazardous to your health.
Poor Milo Groot -- he's sprawled on the cafeteria floor, his cracked glasses inches away from his white face. Could it be the apple chili dogs?
Could it be poison?
Kids at the middle school are dropping like flies, and Sebastian Barth suspects there's something fishier than tuna dreamboats behind the epidemic. The trouble is, too many cooks have had the chance to spoil the stew.
Sebastian finds out.
At least he thinks he does, but he soon discovers that whipping up a dramatic disclosure without all the ingredients is a recipe for disaster.
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
9
Section 3
11
Section 4
18
Section 5
21
Section 6
23
Section 7
26
Section 8
32
Section 17
78
Section 18
80
Section 19
82
Section 20
83
Section 21
85
Section 22
100
Section 23
102
Section 24
104

Section 9
38
Section 10
42
Section 11
48
Section 12
51
Section 13
54
Section 14
57
Section 15
65
Section 16
69
Section 25
108
Section 26
111
Section 27
117
Section 28
120
Section 29
122
Section 30
130
Section 31
143
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James Howe JAMES HOWE began his writing career with Bunnicula, which was published in 1979. This book and the next, Teddy Bear's Scrapbook, were coauthored with his late wife, Deborah. Bunnicula went on to receive numerous awards as a favorite among children in the United States and Canada. It was also made into a popular television special. In 1982 and 1983, two sequels to Bunnicula, Howliday Inn and The Celery Stalks at Midnight, appeared. Howe is also the author of The Hospital Book, A Night Without Stars, Morgan's Zoo, What Eric Knew, and Stage Fright.

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