Great Green Gobs of Greasy, Grimy Gopher's Guts...
Or how about a serving of Monday Mess? Or a nice big plate of Freaky Friday Fried Fish? That's what's served for lunch at Maplewood Elementary. Belinda, Robert, Andrew and Sam want a new menu -- fast!
But the Black Cat Club soon learns that you have to be careful what you wish for. The new food is worse -- much worse. Suddenly there are eyeballs in the Chef's Salad and worms in the Pasta Primavera! It's up to the Black Cat Club -- and their ghostly sidekick, Alice -- to get on the case. But is this mealtime mystery more than they can stomach?Monday Mess! Weirdo Wednesday Weiners! Freaky Friday Fried Fish! The Black Cat Club is certain that lunchtime at Maplewood Elementary can’t be worse. But they’re wrong. Suddenly there are eyeballs in the Chef’s Salad and worms in the Pasta Primavera. Someone is ruining the food. But who? And why? The Black Cat Club—and ghostly sidekick Alice—must find out, before they lose their appetites forever!
School Library Journal calls The Ghost Who Ate Chocolate and The Haunted Skateboard "Two books that are sure to satisfy early chapter-book readers." In their review of The Curse of the Cat Mummy, School Library Journal raves that "Kids will love this exotic mystery."
"Not since Ghostbusters has there been a more intrepid band of investigators on the trail of ectoplasmic phenomena," says Booklist.
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Susan Saunders, grew up on a ranch in south Texas with lots of animalsat one point her family had fifteen dogs. After attending Barnard College she worked in publishing, then began writing for children. Her many books include The Daring Rescue of Marlon the Swimmming Pig, the Sleepover Friends series, and the Double R Detective series.Ms. Saunders divides her time between New York City and Long Island, where she is an avid gardener and the Owner of four cats and two dogs.About the Author:
Susan Saunders is the best-selling author of many books for young readers, as well as critically acclaimed novels and picture books. She lives in New York City and Westhampton, NY, with many pets.
Jane Manning is the illustrator of dozens of children's books, including the I Can Read! Books Baa-Choo! by Sarah Weeks and the New York Times bestselling The Witch Who Was Afraid of Witches by Alice Low. She currently lives in Deep River, Connecticut.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX006442071X