Teeny Weenies: The Intergalactic Petting Zoo: And Other Stories
Meet the Teeny Weenies!
A boy and his sister visit a petting zoo that is out of this world. A community pool fills up with bullies. And the Fourth of July starts off with a BOOM! Young chapter book readers ages 7 to 10, reluctant readers, and fans of very short stories will be entertained and delighted by these twelve zany tales by award-winning author David Lubar. Wacky comic book style illustrations by Bill Mayer add to the fun.
David Lubar is the master of the short story for kids. He has written many short story collections for middle grade readers, including The Battle of the Red Hot Pepper Weenies and Other Warped and Creepy Tales. Now he's back with short stories for the chapter book audience. Don't be a weenie. Read these stories!
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About the Author
DAVID LUBAR credits his passion for short stories to his limited attention span and bad typing skills, though he has been known to sit still and peck at the keyboard long enough to write a novel now and then, including Hidden Talents (an ALA Best Book for Young Adults) and My Rotten Life, which is currently under development for a cartoon series. He lives in Nazareth PA with his awesome wife, and not too far from his amazing daughter. In his spare time, he takes naps on the couch.
BILL MAYER is absolutely amazing. Bill's crazy creatures, characters, and comic creations have been sought after for magazine covers, countless articles, and even stamps for the U.S. Postal Service. He has won almost every illustration award known to man and even some known to fish. Bill and his wife live in Decatur Georgia. They have a son and three grandsons.
"[P]lenty to amuse, spook, and entertain. With supernatural events and creatures, the short and super-short stories are fun, fast-paced reading for Weenies fans and new readers." --Booklist on Beware the Ninja Weenies
"This book will talk itself right off the shelves, and reluctant readers will devour it." --School Library Journal on The Curse of the Campfire Weenies