The Muffin Fiend

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Random House, Oct 1, 1987 - Detective and mystery stories - 48 pages
9 Reviews
The thief who's recently stolen every muffin in Paris is now loose in Vienna! Soon all of Europe will be muffinless. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whose sideline may or may not have been solving mysteries, takes the case and travels across Vienna to finally apprehend the thief.

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Review: The Muffin Fiend

User Review  - Bunnyjadwiga - Goodreads

Pinkwater at his zany best in this short (but not picture book) book about Mozart and Inspector LeChat hunting down a muffin thief who has stolen all the muffins in Paris and Vienna. A little dated by the use of early computer graphics for the illustrations, but still a good giggle. Read full review

Review: The Muffin Fiend

User Review  - Goodreads

Pinkwater at his zany best in this short (but not picture book) book about Mozart and Inspector LeChat hunting down a muffin thief who has stolen all the muffins in Paris and Vienna. A little dated by the use of early computer graphics for the illustrations, but still a good giggle. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1987)

Author, illustrator, and radio commentator Daniel M. Pinkwater was born in Memphis Tennessee on November 15, 1941. He is trained as an artist and attended Bard College. In 1969, he wrote and illustrated his first book, The Terrible Roar. Since then he has written over 50 books for children, young adults, and adults. He is also a commentator on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and regularly reviews children's books on Weekend Edition Saturday. While he has illustrated many of his works, his most recent ones have been illustrated by his wife Jill Pinkwater.

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