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Kahwallawallapoopoo - Maynard's Big Bad First Assignment - cover

Kahwallawallapoopoo - Maynard's Big Bad First Assignment

L.A. Osgard

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.

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Jake has never hit a homerun. He doesn't have a cool dog. The only time they go on vacation is to visit his grandmother. Middle school is boring, except when he's hanging out with his best friend, Kacey. Jake loves baseball; he s gonna play in the MLB one day! His boring life changed in an instant the day Maynard peeked his head out of Jake's baseball bag during one of his games. Maynard's a Mystical Manatee. He disguises himself as a cute, little, stuffed animal, but he's way more impressive when he morphs into his HUGE, AMAZING, BIG-BAD-BUFF SELF! Jake is Maynard's first assignment, and Maynard must find a way to convince Jake to hop on his back and travel to Maynard's wonderful world because King Moo Moo and Queen Mee Mee have an urgent matter to discuss with Jake. Will Jake find the courage to join Maynard on an exciting adventure to Kahwallawallapoopoo, an island somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean full of amazing creatures, where Jake s dreams just might come true?

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