Hoot

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Random House Children's Books, Sep 10, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 312 pages
64 Reviews
This Newbery Honor-winning, hilarious Floridian adventure involves new kids, bullies, alligators, eco-warriors, pancakes, pint-sized owls, and more. A New York Times bestseller!

Everybody loves Mother Paula’s pancakes. Everybody, that is, except the colony of cute but endangered owls that live on the building site of the new restaurant. Can the awkward new kid and his feral friend prank the pancake people out of town? Or is the owls’ fate cemented in pancake batter?

“A wonderful tour de-force.” —The Boston Globe
 
“A rollicking, righteous story.” —The Miami Herald
 
“Yes, it is a hoot.”—The Washington Post


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User Review  - cajunfarmdog - Borders

Hoot (Carl Hiaasen) had a unique and deluding scheme well planned-out by Carl Hiaasen. It had a very similar feeling as Scat and many other books for young readers by Hiaasen. It was definitely ... Read full review

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User Review  - Catherine L. - Overstock.com

Love this author. Bought for my grandson but I enjoyed reading it also. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
24
Section 4
31
Section 5
37
Section 6
49
Section 7
58
Section 8
71
Section 14
153
Section 15
163
Section 16
180
Section 17
197
Section 18
211
Section 19
229
Section 20
249
Section 21
259

Section 9
85
Section 10
98
Section 11
111
Section 12
125
Section 13
139
Section 22
275
Section 23
282
Section 24
295
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About the author (2002)

CARL HIAASEN was born and raised in Florida. He writes a column for the Miami Herald and is the author of many bestselling novels including Bad Monkey, Star Island, and Nautre Girl.

His books for younger readers include the Newbery Honor winner Hoot, as well as Flush, Scat, and Chomp. Skink—No Surrender was Hiaasen's first book for teens and features one of his most iconic characters, the reclusive ex-governor of Florida now known as Skink.

You can read more about Hiaasen's work at carlhiaasen.com.


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