Werewolves for Lunch

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Random House, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 71 pages
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A strange new family has moved into Old Howl Hall, and Critter Falls' three biggest busybodies--Mrs. Plum, Mrs. Pucker, and Mrs. Pinch--can't wait to check them out. The situation gets even hairier when the nosy ladies pop in for lunch--and find much more on the menu than they expected! Full color.

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Contents

No Trespassing
1
In a Pinch
4
Home Sweet Howl
10
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

E.S. Farber is the mother of a boy who likes facts along with his fiction, which inspired her to write Fish Finelli. She has authored numerous books for children. She lives in Amagansett, New York.

Sansevere, a longtime vetean of the children's entertainment industry.

Mercer Mayer was born December 30, 1943 in Little Rock Arkansas. While attending school at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Mayer decided to enter the field of children's book illustration. He created a portfolio of sketches and peddled them wherever he could. He moved to New York City in 1964, pursuing further instruction at the Art Students League of New York, where he met an artist named Marianna who became his first wife. He soon created a new portofolio and with these new sketches persuaded editors at Dial Press and Harper & Row to give him some illustration work. Mayer published his first book, A Boy, a Dog, and a Frog, at Dial Press in 1967. It was notable for being a completely wordless picture book one that tells its story entirely through the use of pictures. Mayer was one of the first illustrators to be credited for using this format. Five more books in this series were to follow. Mayer joined Golden Publishing, creators of Little Golden Books, in 1976. Through them he has sold his "Little Critter" and "Little Monster" series, which are popular with beginning readers. His title Just Me and My Dad made The New York Times Best Seller List for 2012. In 2015, his title Little Critter: Just a Little Love, also made the list.

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