The Adventures of Hashbrown Winters

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Cedar Fort, Jun 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 99 pages
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Meet Hashbrown Winters. Like any typical Pordunce Elementary fifth grader, he's got a story. Actually he has several. There's the story of how he got his nickname, the story of how his treehouse club became one of the most popular groups at school, and, of course, the story of his untimely demise after a mishap with the beloved pet cockroach of Pordunce's walking death dealer, Hambone Oxcart.

Will Hashbrown be able to convince Pordunce's own mob boss, Cordovo Figanewty, to offer him protection? Or are his days at Pordunce about to come to a swift and painful end? In this hilarious debut novel from Frank L. Cole, every kid who's any kid has a nickname, and half the fun of the story is figuring out how they got it. The Adventures of Hashbrown Winters will keep kids and parents alike laughing out loud, groaning in sympathy, and turning pages until well past bedtime.

 

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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

I couldn't get more than halfway through this but I thought that my children might like it. I think I ended up passing it along to DI Read full review

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My 7 year old couldn't get enough of this book and it's one that adults will enjoy reading as well. There is humor thrown in for everyone. A must read! Read full review

Contents

Piņatas Secret Weapon 1
Were Not Talking Ketchup 16
The Wonderful Misty Piccolo 29
Jimmy Cracked Corn 47
Purple Duck Floaters 53
Sandwiched 58
Whizs Tale 71
Discussion Questions 97
About the Author 99
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