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Holler Book 2: Tales of Tossledowns
     

Holler Book 2: Tales of Tossledowns

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by Laurence Knighton
 

Once a year, the quiet catteracks of Lowdly host a hollering contest out in the windy Scatterocks. Many will try but only one ever wins. This year a bellowing murmoose is sure to give a good shout. So might the efforts of a loud-mouthed joinerworm or a scruffy orangilla that can imitate the jarring sound of a sonic boom.
A tiny carvermole from the mines of

Overview

Once a year, the quiet catteracks of Lowdly host a hollering contest out in the windy Scatterocks. Many will try but only one ever wins. This year a bellowing murmoose is sure to give a good shout. So might the efforts of a loud-mouthed joinerworm or a scruffy orangilla that can imitate the jarring sound of a sonic boom.
A tiny carvermole from the mines of Matterlooms
believes he has the stuff to win. All it takes is a good holler.
But first, he has to get there.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011236884
Publisher:
Laurence Knighton
Publication date:
03/02/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
132 KB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Born in the Rocky Mountains under a loaf of wry bread, Laurence (Larsky) Knighton is a graphic designer and illustrator by trade, having written and illustrated Disney's 'Donald Duck' syndicated daily comic strip for years before its cancelation in the American market. Still illustrating and writing fun, entertaining stories, he resides in Boise, Idaho with his handsome plush-stuffed black Lab 'Buck' who never sheds, barks, or runs away.

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Holler Book 2 - Tales of Tossledowns 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute book. Kids will enjoy. So far it doesn't matter if they are read in order but that may change. Very good for grade school age but as an adult I thought it was good