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Attila the Pun a Magic Moscow story by Daniel Manus Pinkwater

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Published by Aladdin Books, Maxwell Macmillan Canada, Maxwell Macmillan International in New York, Toronto, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Puns and punning -- Fiction,
  • Ghosts -- Fiction,
  • Humorous stories

Book details:

About the Edition

When the mystic seer of Hoboken and the employees of the Magic Moscow summon the ghost of a famous person, they get a punster with a collection of 1500-year-old jokes.

Edition Notes

StatementDaniel Pinkwater.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.P6335 At 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination69 p. :
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1077273M
LC Control Number94000468

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Feb 15,  · Attila the Pun: A Magic Moscow Story [Daniel Manus Pinkwater] on lfcmalta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Conjuring up the zany ghost of Attila the Pun, Steve Nickelson and Norman Bleistift are soon overwhelmed by his endless supply of groan-inducing riddles and enlist the help of mystic seer Lamon Penumbra. Reprint.4/4(2). Book Description In this zany sequel to The Magic Moscow, Steve Nickelson and Norman Bleistift have big trouble when they conjure up the ghost of Attila the Pun, the other Attila's brother, whose got a backlog, years' worth to be exact--of riddles to tell.4/5(1). Attila the Pun: A Magic Moscow story [Daniel Manus Pinkwater] on lfcmalta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(2). The Paperback of the Attila the Pun (Magic Moscow Series) by Daniel Pinkwater at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more! this is probably a book only a boy could love. That said, it's a weaker Pinkwater title, reading at times like an outline for a larger book. Barnes & 2/5(1).

Now, Bennett's book is about the reading habits of a fictionalized Queen Elizabeth II - someone who could never be described with the word "common" - hence the conversion to "UNcommon". The pun depends on the two meanings of the word "common". Wow, I just killed the joke deader than mud, didn't I? But there you go. This companion to last year's Magic Moscow is one of Pinkwater's trifles, not as far-out funny as its predecessor and thinner altogether, but a little better than its title and still containing enough throwaway laugh lines to uphold the joke-butt status of Hoboken, New Jersey—where a real comic-book collector named Steve actually does run a soft-ice-cream parlor called the Magic something-or. Get this from a library! Attila the Pun: a Magic Moscow story. [Daniel Manus Pinkwater] -- When the mystic seer of Hoboken and the employees of the Magic Moscow summon the ghost of a famous person, they get a punster with a collection of year-old jokes. May 20,  · 18 Puntastic Book Titles That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud. Tequila Mockingbird. Posted on May 20, , Attila the Pun, by Daniel Pinkwater. Via lfcmalta.com Click here to buy.

Jun 06,  · 2. Once Attila rose to power, the first thing he did was negotiate a (short-lived) peace with the Romans. With the deaths of their uncles in , Bleda and Attila inherited joint control over the. Attila the Pun. Monday, November 21, So long, and thanks for all the fish and whips out every tired cliche in the book: If you're sick, poor or exhausted trying to cover a minimum-wage job, you're more likely to skip voting if there's no penalty for doing so. And it's not thrashing the class stereotype too hard to suggest such voters. Publisher: Four Winds Press Published: 1/1/ In this zany sequel to The Magic Moscow, Steve Nickelson and Norman Bleistift have big trouble when they conjure up the ghost of Attila the Pun, the other Attila's brother, whose got a backlog, years' worth to be exact--of riddles to tell. Attila's latest book of poems, published December Click the image to go merchandise page with extensive list of books, CDs and T-shirts! FORTY YEARS IN RHYME!! On September 8 I celebrate the 40th anniversary of my first gig as Attila the Stockbroker. It doesn't feel that long ago!