The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate by Eric Bower
(The Bizarre Baron Inventions)

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Waldo only dreams, now and then, that his parents turn themselves into a squirrel and a prairie dog...Even sans actual rodents, just about as wild as one might hope the West can get.
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Waldo Baron awakes one morning to find his inventor parents have turned their house into a flying machine, and they intend to enter into a race across the country in the hopes of winning the $500 prize. His parents’ plans go astray when they are kidnapped by Rose Blackwood, the sister of notorious villain Benedict Blackwood, who intends to use the prize money to free her brother from prison. But Rose is not what she seems to be, and Waldo finds himself becoming friends with their kindly kidnapper as they race across the country in the magnificent flying Baron estate!

 

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Eric Bower and his lovely wife, Laura, live in utter terror of their cat, who rules their small cottage in Pasadena, California with an iron paw. Eric can't quite recall when the cat took over the house, or what life was like before he became a slave to the "Furry Empress," but he imagines he used to spend some time working as a playwright. His plays have been produced in Southern California and New York City, and have been described as "quirky and fun," and "containing a disappointingly small number of strong feline characters." His hobbies include reading, cleaning kitty litter from the soles of his shoes, painting, brushing cat hair from his sweaters, playing guitar, and desperately trying to escape. If you see him, please say hello, and please send help. All hail the Furry Empress. Author Image 1
 
Published May 16, 2017 by Amberjack Publishing. 171 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Waldo only dreams, now and then, that his parents turn themselves into a squirrel and a prairie dog...Even sans actual rodents, just about as wild as one might hope the West can get.

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