Funny Boy Meets The Dumbbell Dentist From Deimos (with Dangerous Dental Decay) by Dan GutmanFunny Boy Meets The Dumbbell Dentist From Deimos (with Dangerous Dental Decay) by Dan Gutman

Funny Boy Meets The Dumbbell Dentist From Deimos (with Dangerous Dental Decay)

byDan GutmanIllustratorMike Dietz

Paperback | December 4, 2012

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Funny Boy faces his biggest threat yet—a plaque attack!
Funny Boy's super-powered sense of humor has saved the world from airsick aliens, bubble-brained barbers, and a chain of chitchatting cheeses. It's even won him the love of his life: Tupper Camembert. But this riddle-flinging superhero's work is far from over. When the president of the United States is summoned for a cleaning with Dr. Denny the dentist, he knows something is wrong—he doesn't even have an appointment! This is a job for Funny Boy, who must once again use every joke in his arsenal to destroy the evil dentist villain and his hygienist henchmen. But does Funny Boy know enough dentist jokes to save the planet from an invasion of plaque? This book features an illustrated biography of Dan Gutman including rare images from the author's personal collection.
Dan Gutman (b. 1955) is a prolific author of popular children's books. He began his career with adult nonfiction books about baseball, covering topics such as the game's greatest scandals and the evolution of its equipment. The birth of his first child inspired him to begin writing for a young audience, beginning withBaseball's Biggest...
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Title:Funny Boy Meets The Dumbbell Dentist From Deimos (with Dangerous Dental Decay)Format:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.33 inPublished:December 4, 2012Publisher:Open Road Media Young ReadersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1453270701

ISBN - 13:9781453270707

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<DIV>“Buy this book, because I want to go to college.” —Dan Gutman’s daughter</div><DIV><BR>“Almost as funny as <i>War and Peace</i>.” —Leo Tolstoy<BR><BR>“I peed in my pants. I didn’t even read this book. I just pee in my pants a lot.” —<i>Publishers Bleakly</i><BR></div>