Snarf Attack, Underfoodle, and the Secret of Life by Mary Amato
The Riot Brothers Tell All

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Orville and Wilbur Riot are ready for action in these three hilarious stories. Their secret to life is: Make something exciting happen every day. And they do. They make up games like Snarf Attack and Underfoodle. They give annoying lessons, since they're the experts. They teach ten important things to do with your face. And that's just the beginning. . . .

About Mary Amato

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Mary Amato is a writer, choreographer, and shadow puppeteer. Her first book for young readers, The Word Eater, illustrated by Christopher Ryniak, was nominated for Florida's 2003-2004 Sunshine State Award, Washington State's 2003 Sasquatch Reading Award, and many other state awards.Ms. Amato lives with he husband and two sons outside Washington, D.C. She is the fortunate recipient of in-house criticism: Her kids always read her first drafts and tell her which parts they think are funny. Ethan Long illustrated Oh Yeah! by Tom Birdseye and the Confe$$ion$ and $ecret$ of Howard J. Fingerhut by Esther Hershenhorn. In a review of Oh Yeah!, School Library Journal wrote that his "cartoon illustrations burst with energy." He lives with his family in Florida. To learn more about Ethan, visit his website at
Published May 8, 2012 by Holiday House. 151 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The bonus section includes the rules to their games, like “The Naked Mole Rat Game,” as well as “important things to be able to do with your face.” Amato’s stories are good-natured fun;

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