Drooling and Dangerous by Mary Amato
The Riot Brothers Return!

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Orville and Wilbur Riot have never been strangers to adventure, and according to Riot Brother Rule #15, You can't do the same mission twice. So now they're back with more games, more missions, and loads more fun. One day they are spies on the trail of dangerous criminals, the next they are movie stars in the making. But whether they're flinging insects while playing Bye-Bye Buggie or switching everything imaginable around for their [D]witch [S]ay, one thing is for sure: You'll never catch these brothers with nothing to do. After all, as the Riot Brothers say, A bad day is like bad breath. It just gets worse unless you do something about it.

About Mary Amato

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Mary Amato is known for her comic juvenile novels. She is the author of the very funny The Word Eater, which appeared on numerous state lists, as well as the first book of Riot Brothers adventures, Snarf Attack, Underfoodle, and the Secret of Life: The Riot Brothers Tell All, which School Library Journal called "hilarious." A storyteller, poet, musician, and tap dance teacher, she lives with her family in Maryland. You can visit her website at www.maryamato.com. Ethan Long is a beloved children's animator, writer, and illustrator whose picture books include "Halloween Sky Ride" by Elizabeth Spurr and Manana, "Iguana" by Ann Whitford Paul, in addition to the first Riot Brothers title, of which Booklist noted, "Long's playful cartoon illustrations extend the fun." His website is www.ethanlong.com.
Published March 1, 2006 by Holiday House. 177 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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On “daily missions” that take them from chucking plastic bugs at each other and playing basketball with rolled-up dirty socks to declaring a “Dwitch Say” and wearing each other’s clothes, the two horse around at home, school and the local mall—“As soon as we got to the Gateway Shopping Mall, Mom ...

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