Uncovered!

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Viking, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 134 pages
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A collection of eerie and irreverent tales follows the stories of a time-traveling boy who attempts to change his future, a mysterious wooden box that unleashes a gruesome creature, and a liar who is confronted with the truth in a surprising way.

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UNCOVERED!: Weird, Weird Stories

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The author of Unmentionable! (1993) and other unforgettable! collections offers nine more stories in the same outrageous vein. A cat possessively sits on a strange pair of bird's eggs, only to become ... Read full review

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This books author is Paul Jennings and the genre would either be realistic fiction or fantasy. This book has either nine or ten different funny stories that will just want to keep you reading about them non-stop.
My favorite story in this book is about when this guy who is liar, then these people prove he is telling a lies all the time.
What I like about this book is that he puts different stories into one book making a short picture book story in to a just-right book for 4-6 grades.
Paul Jennings has written many other books of which I have enjoyed.
 

Contents

FOREVER
1
TOO MANY RABBITS
21
A MOUTHFUL
37
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Australian writer, Paul Jennings was born in England on April 30, 1943. He moved to Australia when he was six years old. He attended Frankston Teachers College and became a teacher. He then attended Lincoln Institute and became a speech pathologist. In 1989, he decided to become a full-time writer. His first title Unreal!, winner of a Young Australians' Best Book Award (YABBA), was published in 1985. His other works include the Singenpoo series, the Wicked! series, the Deadly! series, and The Nest. He has won numerous awards including the Kids Reading Oz Choice Award, the Books I Like Best Yearly Award, the Angus and Robertson Bookworld Award and a COOL Award for his title The Paw Thing. He also received the Golden Puffin Award in 1992 for selling 1 million books in Australia. In addition to writing, he visits school and lectures at conferences and seminars on encouraging children to read.

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