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    by David Catrow

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    Max Spaniel is a superstar. With the perfect pair of killer sunglasses, this hot dog competes in the wackiest dog show ever staged. Max makes a splash in the diving contest, is a howling success in the barking contest, and hits all the right notes in the musical competition. Everyone gets a prize, but Max steals the spotlight.

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    With his white chef hat and his cat cooking partner, Max serves up lunchtime fun at his very own diner. Singing, dancing, and magic tricks are all on the menu—Max will do anything to keep his customers happy. The special of the day is pizza, but when an order for a hundred pizzas comes in, Max will have to get creative to make this meal.

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    Max Spaniel: Funny Lunch

    by David Catrow and David Catrow

    Simple words and short sentences for the newest readers.

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Santa Claustrophobia

Author: Mike Reiss

Illustrator: David Catrow

Interest Level:


Comedy and Humor


About This Book

From Simpsons writer Mike Reiss and two-time New York Times Best Illustrated Books of the Year-winner David Catrow comes a hilarious follow-up to their best-selling How Murray Saved Christmas.

Meet Doc Holiday. As a therapist he's helped everyone from the Thanksgiving Turkey, with his recurring nightmares about Pilgrims, to Cupid and his personal romance problems -- he's remarkably shy for a guy with no pants! But when Saint Nick himself comes in and is diagnosed with a severe case of Santa Claustrophobia, the Doc gets the challenge of his career. Sending the big guy off to Aruba for some much-needed R and R, the Doc takes it on himself to round up the rest of the holiday gang to handle Christmas in Santa's absence.

The challenges become immediately apparent as the Easter Bunny paints all of the toys in pastels, Lincoln and Washington fight over who's in charge, Columbus insists he must sail West to go East to make the deliveries, and the April Fool manages to do everything wrong! Christmas is out of control, and it becomes clear to Doc Holiday that there's only one person who can set things right.

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