Ferret in the Bedroom, Lizards in the Fridge

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 1, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Liz's house is like a zoo. Thanks to her dad, a zoologist, there are turtles in the kitchen, an ibex in the backyard, a hawk in the shed, a sun porch full of lizards -- and Fred the ferret.
Liz has had enough! At school, her nickname is Lizard. Her classmates think she's weird and her friends are afraid to go to her house. WIth problems like those, how is she ever going to win the election for class president?
Liz tries her hardest, but she runs into one disaster after another. So she makes the startling decision -- the animals must go. Even Fred, her pet ferret. That will make all the difference in the world...won't it?
 

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Contents

Boys Are Yucky
3
LizARD
13
Stinking Little Varmint
22
Do They Eat Dead Stuff?
32
Get Rid of Them
44
Daddy
54
The Big Black Oldsmobile
59
The Town Freaks
66
Vote for Robbins
79
LizardBusters
87
A Total Disaster
97
A Rotten Day at School
107
Just Like Fred
114
The Speech
121
Shane the Snake
126
Copyright

Its All My Fault
74

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BILL WALLACE was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma where he later spent ten years as a principal and physical education teacher at the same elementary school he attended as a child. Bill still lives in Chickasha with his wife, son, four dogs, three cats, and two horses. The Wallace family spends much of their spare time outdoors fishing, and tending cattle on the family farm. Bill lectures at schools around the country, answers mail from his readers, and of course, works on his books. Bill is now a full-time author and his novels have been a great success -- they have won more than thirty state awards and have made the master lists in seventeen.

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