Lenny and Mel by Erik P. Kraft

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What do Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Eve, Presidents' Day, Valentine's Day, Cinco de Mayo, and Flag Day have in common? Find out by letting Lenny and Mel take you on a journey through the holidays. See what it takes to be a good student, get fascinating Halloween costume ideas, lose those unsightly leftovers, and pretty much tackle any holiday that fall, winter, or spring can throw at you. Well, maybe not any holiday. But several. Definitely several.

 

About Erik P. Kraft

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Erik P. Kraft lives in Boston and is nothing at all like Lenny or Mel. Oh no. Not at all. He doesn't know what you're talking about.
 
Published March 1, 2002 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 64 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The slacker sibs are back for a third outing, this time as investigative reporters off to check out the seamy underside of after-school clubs.

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The title characters of Lenny and Mel return with more silly shenanigans in this jocular account of Lenny and Mel's Summer Vacation by Erik P.

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PW called this story a "spirited tale of impish twins who concoct their own zany holiday celebrations, with deadpan cartoon-panel drawings that may well get even nonreaders in on the laughs."

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Lenny and Mel: After-School Confidential by Erik Kraft rejoins the duo as they begin a new academic year researching after-school clubs for the school paper.

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On Christmas Eve, deciding that Santa is a vegetarian ("That way, the reindeer don't think he's going to eat them"), the two leave him a snack of a block of cheese decorated with lights and twigs from the tree, which Santa decides to use as a sled ornament.

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