Poultry in Motion

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Wizards of the Coast, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 114 pages
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Supernatural slapstick!

Twins Nate and Lisa Zupinski find a supernatural rubber chicken who can grant a superpower to anyone they choose. In each book of the series, the twins choose a superpower that they think will help someone they know. But nothing ever goes exactly as planned. A rollicking series about the power of wishes to do good--AND to cause trouble--with a whole lot of laughs along the way.

When Jennifer, the coolest girl in third grade, rudely informs Lisa that she can't join her club, Lisa asks Ed, the supernatural rubber chicken, to make Jennifer super-gracious. But Ed gets confused and makes Jennifer super GRACELESS instead. Suddenly all the cool girls can't stop tripping over their own feet, slipping on spilled drinks, and causing chaos. Lisa and Nate must quickly scheme to come up with an even better supernatural wish before third grade dissolves into merry mayhem.

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About the author (2008)

D.L. Garfinkle is a recovering attorney and mother of three. Her first novel, Storky: How I Lost My Nickname and Won the Girl (Putnam, 2005) received a starred review in Publisher's Weekly, and the publication named her a Flying Start. She is also the author of Stuck in the 70s (Putnam, 2007) and writes an award-winning humorous newspaper column. She lives in Orange County, California.

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