Leo Cockroach by Kevin O'Malley
Toy Tester

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Leo Cockroach, who secretly tests toys for the bug-hating president of a toy company, seeks a job with the competitor across the street and finds himself worse off than before.

About Kevin O'Malley

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Kevin O'Malley was in the fourth grade when he decided to illustrate books for children. He has a wild sense of humor and it comes through loud and clear in his books. In 1992, he made his children's book debut with Froggy Went A-Courting, based on a well known folk ballad. Kevin has illustrated books written by other writers, such as Cinder Edna and Chanukah in Chelm and has worked in animating multimedia displays for clients including the Smithsonian Institution. His latest books range from nonfiction to outrageous humor. Kevin lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his artist wife and two sons. www.booksbyomalley.com
Published January 1, 1999 by Troll/Walker and Co.. 30 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Leo straps on goggles to fly tiny planes and, clad in a green lab coat, he stares askance at duds like the ""stringless yo-yo"" and ""Baby Boom: Babies' First Fireworks."" Though some readers will wonder why Leo waits so long to reveal his identity as top toy spotter to Mildred, most will be thor...

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