By Tad Hills
Here is the 1st e-book within the renowned Duck & Goose line of photograph books and board books. This New York Times Bestseller and ALA-ALSC awesome Children's ebook stars unforgettable characters and is stuffed with humor that little ones will appreciate—and recognize!
Like James Marshall’s George and Martha, and Rosemary Wells’s Benjamin and Tulip, Duck and Goose need to paintings at getting alongside. you notice, Duck doesn’t a lot take care of Goose in the beginning, and Goose isn’t keen on Duck. yet either wish the egg that every claims to be his. because the are likely to their egg, and make plans for the long run, they come to understand one another’s strengths. And whilst a bluebird issues out that it isn’t particularly an egg—it’s a polka dot ball—the usually are not dismayed. in the end, it is a beautiful ball. . . .
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The Undertakers: Queen of the Dead Three. His bodily fluids were draining freely now, leaving the skin shriveled and tight over muscles that were rotting out from the inside. His eyes, partially hidden beneath a policeman’s hat, were sunken and milky. Dead eyes. Corpses always had dead-looking eyes—so dead you could almost make yourself believe they couldn’t see you. You’d be wrong. This was an animated cadaver, and the invader inside of it could you see you just fine; though thankfully their night vision wasn’t any better than ours.
Or so I hoped. I leaned over the Deader and yanked the baton from his belt. Like his shoes, it was a Philly police-issue weapon. Wood on the outside and lead on the inside. He had a gun too, but those were pretty useless against Corpses. This, however, might do some damage—if it came to that. Then I made for my target building, crossing Wallace Street at a run. ” the drunken man slurred after me. ” Right, I thought. I wondered if, in all the history of the world, any fugitive had ever obeyed that command.
Though he couldn’t see it or smell it, the poor human guy got himself lathered up pretty good in cadaver juice. I wondered if, tomorrow morning, his wife would notice that he smelled like roadkill. Time to disappear. The drunken guy was struggling under the weight of the fallen cop and at the same time staring at me in bleary confusion. Wherever I ran now, he’d report to the cop. Worse, the Corpse atop him was already twitching. This Deader was a strong one and would be back on his feet in a minute, maybe less.
Duck & Goose by Tad Hills