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Rat That Ate the Poodle (#01 in Heebie Jeebies Series)

Paperback|Jul 1998
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Cleaning out the garage, Daniel Larkin spills some mysterious liquids from his dad's old chemistry set. He plans on hiding the evidence and keeping his mouth shut...until a giant mutant rat terrorizes the neighborhood! What will he do? Daniel is...


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Cleaning out the garage, Daniel Larkin spills some mysterious liquids from his dad's old chemistry set. He plans on hiding the evidence and keeping his mouth shut...until a giant mutant rat terrorizes the neighborhood! What will he do? Daniel is threatened by a red-eyed, pink-tailed, dog-eating rodent but plagued even more by his own guilty conscience in this fun, creepy - and ultimately uplifting story.^
-Publisher

Daniel is afraid he has created a giant mutant rat, but his neighbor Brad thinks maybe his guilty conscience is involved, and tries to convince Daniel to let God help him get rid of the rat.
-Publisher

The Heebie Jeebies series are easy-to-read tales for kids. They're good, clean, scary fun that affirms the presence and power of God.
-Publisher

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Paul Buchanan

Paul Buchanan holds degrees in psychology, philosophy and creative writing. He specializes in writing fiction and has published more than twenty books including multiple volumes in The Misadventures of Willie Plummet. Paul's work has appeared in a number of literary journals and magazines, including Story Quarterly, Marlboro Review and Cicada. Last spring his play, "Occam's Razor," which was originally produced by the Theater Studio in New York, won best original work at the Maryland State Theater Festival. He is a member of the Author's Guild and the Dramatist's Guild.

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