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Tales to Make You Scream for Your Momma
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Michael N Warner Robert Warner
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Tales to Make You Scream for Your Momma

Michael N Warner Robert Warner


9780996375610

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208 pages

$22.95
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Two girls in a cemetery, trying to wake the dead in the deep of night. A cellphone that can communicate with the deceased. An amusement park that refuses to become extinct. A computer that can find answers to questions perhaps best left unanswered. A boy, who is being chased by NOTHING. These are just some of the stories you will encounter between the covers of this book. Read on...if you dare...but be prepared...these stories might just make you want to scream for your momma!

By:   Michael N Warner
Illustrated by:   Robert Warner
Imprint:   All About Kids Publishing
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 140mm,  Spine: 11mm
Weight:   245g
ISBN:   9780996375610
ISBN 10:   0996375619
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   March 2019
Recommended Age:   From 8 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Michael N. Warner agrees that a picture is worth a thousand words, but since he can't draw very well, prefers to write the thousand words. Born in Florida, he now lives in Colorado with his wife, Ann, and three kids, who tend to come and go without warning. His passions include teaching school, writing, and watching his three dogs bark at unseen beings who lurk in the corners. This is his second book. Robert Warner knew art was for him when around five years old he had to vent his excitement over Star Wars' ferocious villain, and the only tools he could find were paper plates, and black and red crayons. Unlocking technique and preferences followed in art boot camp with the dynamic duo Peter Illig and Ron Metzler at Heritage High School in Littleton. Robert's trinity of art was completed while attending The Metropolitan State College (now University) of Denver's theatre and music departments. When not drawing or painting Robert assists music lovers at The Colorado Symphony, sings in the choir at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, travels with his father on Thelma and Louise caliber road trips, has family breakfasts at The Shack every Saturday, loses track of what Blu-rays he has already acquired (he owns two sets of The Twilight Saga) and walks the poodle.

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