Free Lunch
ISBN: 1324016949
EAN13: 9781324016946
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 3, 2021
Pages: 240
Format: Paperback
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Under the of the world's finest theme park lies a secret which could alter the course of human history. Twelve-year-old Mike, a misfit genius with a terrible secret to hide, takes refuge behind the scenes of Dreamworld, a futuristic theme park where hope exists as it does nowhere else. Annie, a midget old enough to be Mike's mother, has lived in Dreamworld for 13 years without revealing her presence to visitors or staff. She takes Mike in hand, and they settle down to a long, happy life together.until they discover that the trolls who maintain Dreamworld are multiplying at an alarming rate without explanation. As the trolls continue to multiply, they must discover why, or it could mean the end of Dreamworld--and the real world. Knotted in conflict and turmoil, what was a wonderful, carefree place becomes a battleground on which Earth's future is at stake. Only Mike and Annie, two unconventional heroes, can save it.

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   Love this book
This book is very good. The illustrations by J. Otto Seibold are great. The lunch series is paraphrased. It's great for kids and adults.
 
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   not for young chilren
I do not recommend it for young children that still have a black and white view of the world. My four year old son is saying that he doesn't like policemen. He thinks they're going to jail him for making a mistake on his homework. I've tried to show him how jail works, but he seems to forget that I'm not going to jail. It was lunch going to jail. The book is sending a message. Someone who doesn't like you could throw you in jail. Don't tell the judge your story because he won't listen to you, just get your friends to help you out of jail.
 
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   A Very Funny Book
My nephew adores Mr. I do the same. We were very sad to see our hero being exploited by the bad elephant. We are certain that Lunch will always prevail with a little help from Ambrose.
 
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   Free Lunch
It has cute characters and great pictures, but it is also a good story. I am not that young, but your kids will love it.
 
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