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Franken Cookie

Franken Cookie
Franken Cookie
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There is something scary happening in the town of Cookieville. High on the hill above the town is an old factory that has suddenly come to life. As lightning cracks through the night sky, the townsfolk scurry inside their homes for cover. Then it happens....and the town of Cookieville will never be the same. Franken Cookie is a story about friendship, compassion, and empathy. A story about being different and that being different is never a bad thing.

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Pages: 37
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1544148359
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Bed Time, Educational
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: halloween, kids books, educational, bedtime stories, spooky stories, holiday books
Date Added: March 29, 2017
Franken Cookie Trademark Franken Cookie The copyright  by Patti PetroneMiller The copyright  Illustrations and Book Design by Illustrator Dawn Hite ISBN13 ISBN10 All Rights Reserved No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electrical or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the author There are no exceptions This book is a work of fiction Names characters places and incidents either are products of the authors imagination or are used fictitiously Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead events or locales is entirely coincidental This book is protected under Federal Trademark and in the state of Nevada and Registration Laws Any person or persons violating an act of theft will be punished to the farthest extant of the law This combines with a fine Library of Congress Printed in the United States of America First Printing I dedicate this book to all the children of the world whose imaginations soar to the highest heights For my Father for waking me up on Saturday mornings to watch the Road Runner cartoon For my three beautiful Grandchildren Sara Jaeleigh and Torin For my children Jennifer and Kevin for believing in me For Tessa Elliot Penny and Samuel my constant companions For Sophiewho was well loved but never forgotten For Brutusmy baby boy For Andrew and his unconditional love and awesome meals For the parents Aura and Larry for their love and support And as always for Harold Franken Cookie Author Patti PetroneMiller The Scientist Illustrator Dawn Hite Something strange was happening in the cookie factory that loomed high above the small cottage town of Cookieville  The townspeople closed the shutters over their windows and tightly locked them as the sun began to set  Lightning crackled from the chimney as the factory came to life Just as it did each and every night  The townsfolk were not happy Nighttime was a creepy time for anyone who was left on the streets a