And trust me, what they want to talk about is never anything interesting like baseball stats or classic comic books. Or my hair looks like a bird's nest. That's what I call a club. Like, I'm in an after-school Simpsons Club, where my friends and I watch classic episodes of The Simpsons and eat snickerdoodle cookies. Can Pablo help Daniel win big, or will he create big-time Egyptian chaos? I'm just going to tell you three things you need to know before you read this book, and then we're out of here. Don't worry, it's pretty short. I guess we're lucky she didn't name one of us White Rumped Sandpiper.
I tell you, they never cut you a break. Now, that has a purpose. My Great Granny Nanny, who is the only other person who knows about him, tells me he was born in my ear. Pablo has disguised himself as a mummy and is hitching a ride to school in Daniel's diorama. I just saw him and he said to tell you he's coming over soon. Since last Wednesday, I've shrunk to the size of the fourth toe on my left foot seven times. It doesn't illustrate anything from history, that's for sure.
Text copyright © 2008 by Lin Oliver Excerpted from Escape of the Mini-Mummy by Lin Oliver All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. But that's not his only skill. The two words are not even distant cousins. But that's how it is when you're Daniel Funk. Or there's liverwurst stuck in my teeth.
He lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their hobby is pointing out things that are wrong with me. And my other sister, Lark, made a herd of African antelopes out of hair from a squirrel's tail. Obviously, my sister Goldie had not picked up on this all-important difference. Pablo has disguised himself as a mummy and is hitching a ride to school in Daniel's diorama. Let's be very, very clear about this all-important difference.
A bunch of seven-year-old girls sit around by the canals where we live in Venice, California, and do rainbow dances and wear rainbow capes and take rainbow oaths. I sat up on the pink- and purple-flowered couch that takes up a lot of our living room, and pulled Goldie down next to me. I live with people, girl-type people, who believe that the highlight of watching professional basketball -- one of the sweatiest, hardest, fastest, most competitive games in the world -- is checking out the miniskirts on the cheerleaders. Personally, I like to build my dioramas out of shoe boxes. So let me just say that diarrhea involves a toilet and an upset stomach and some highly unusual body sounds.
Daniel Funk can shrink to the size of the fourth toe on his left foot. If you ask me, and I know you didn't, I think most girls' clubs are stupid. I was kicking back on the living room couch, watching some sports highlights on the wide screen, just trying to enjoy my Sunday afternoon. I did have a tuna sandwich on garlic bread for lunch. I tried to look around her, but wherever I moved, she moved too.
Daniel Funk can shrink to the size of the fourth toe on his left foot. I don't want to gross you out with too many details, because we're only in the prologue and not even in the real book yet. Now diarrhea, on the other hand, is something entirely different. If we win and get picked to go to the All-City competition, Vu's parents are going to get us tickets to a Lakers game. I mean, he does put a lot of gel in his hair to make it stick straight up, but other than that, I couldn't think of anything about him that was disgusting.
It's pretty embarrassing when the entire world knows your mom is such a bird nut that she named her kids after the feathered little critters. It's pretty embarrassing when the entire world knows your mom is such a bird nut that she named her kids after the feathered little critters. Also a potential candidate for the disgusting list. Stephen Gilpin is the illustrator of the Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Boy series by William Boniface, and other books. Tell me you didn't say cute outfits. Daniel Funk always wanted a brother, but he's got three sisters instead.
So there you have it. May be incomplete or contain other coding. Will Pablo the mini-mummy help them win the contest, or will he create a big-time Egyptian disaster? Gilpin, Escape of the Mini-mummy. I believe I was extremely clear about this. Now, that has a purpose. He's been around my whole life, but I never knew it. In this hilarious new Daniel Funk adventure, illustrated throughout with Stephen Gilpin's lively drawings, Lin Oliver proves that a minibrother and some shredded toilet paper can create some giant-sized fun.
I happen to know his parents make him wash his hands before and after every meal. Tell me you didn't say cute outfits. But I would try not to. Their hobby is pointing out things that are wrong with me. Most days, Goldie has a gigantic crush on him, so I was surprised that suddenly she thought he was disgusting. But Daniel has a secret weapon: his miniature twin brother, Pablo. Pablo comes along, disguised as a toilet-papered mummy.