Foofer takes a road trip through Wyoming and Colorado with his Mummy...

Learn what Foofer packs when he travels and how he discovers the meaning of "gangs." You'll get a few laughs, too, as Foofer and a friend are attacked by a horde of flying red ants in Wyoming.
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Foofer Goes East

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Foofer takes a road trip through Wyoming and Colorado with his Mummy...

Learn what Foofer packs when he travels and how he discovers the meaning of "gangs." You'll get a few laughs, too, as Foofer and a friend are attacked by a horde of flying red ants in Wyoming.
Read More Show Less

Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012611154
  • Publisher: Nook-Book
  • Publication date: 5/16/2011
  • Series: Short Tales , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 336 KB

Meet the Author

Deborah O'Toole is the author of "Celtic Remnants," a powerful novel of enduring love and betrayal set in the political turbulence of Ireland, the glamour of London and the wilds of Scotland.

Her book "Mind Sweeper" was recently signed with Club Lighthouse Publishing. The novel is scheduled for release in late 2011.

Writing as Deidre Dalton, she is also the author of "Passion Forsaken," released by Club Lighthouse Publishing in February 2011.

"Passion Forsaken" is the first part of the Collective Obsessions Anthology, which chronicles the extraordinary loves and intricate obsessions between two families sweeping a span of more than one hundred years, set against the backdrop of a Gothic seaside mansion.

The sequels to "Passion Forsaken" will be also released by Club Lighthouse Publishing in 2011. Titles include: Quixotic Crossings, The Twain Shall Meet, Enthrallment, The Keeper's Journal, Hearts Desires, The Twilight, and Megan's Legacy.

More information about the "Collective Obsessions Anthology" can be found at: http://deborahotoole.tripod.com/fiction_cot.htm.

Other books in the works include "Mind Sweeper" (to be released by Club Lighthouse Publishing in 2011), and "In the Shadow of the King."

Deborah also writes short-story Juvenile Fiction and darkly abstract Poetry, along with a series of articles on Fiction-Writing and informative pieces for Ambermont Magazine and the cooking/recipe web site Food Fare.

Born in Connecticut, Deborah currently resides in the United States with her black-Labrador-mix named Rainee Gabriella, and with a demonic feline of suspect Bengal-origins named Kiki Alexandra.

Deborah O'Toole: http://www.deborahotoole.com
Deidre Dalton: http://websdivine.tripod.com/ddalton/index.htm
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