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Company's coming —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

Chaos erupts when Moe and Shirley invite some visitors from outer space to stay for dinner with the relatives.

Company's going —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

After inviting two spacemen to stay for dinner, Shirley and Moe are asked to return with them to their planet Nextoo to cater their sister's rather large wedding.

The invisible man —Yorinks, Arthur.

Sy Kravitz, a Brooklyn fruit seller, explains why becoming invisible should never happen to you.

One mean ant with fly and flea and moth —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

"Well, here they are again. The ant, the fly, and the flea. Stuck doing tricks for the circus-goers every night and twice on Sundays. Stuck like a ... well, you know. But with the help of Moth, a fellow performer with a ...

Presto & Zesto in Limboland —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

When Presto and Zesto wander into the alternate universe of Limboland, they must find their way home.

What a trip! —Yorinks, Arthur.

Mel, an ordinary kid from New Jersey, trips and lands in another dimension.

Flappy and Scrappy —Yorinks, Arthur.

After canine friends Scrappy and Flappy play an unusual game of catch, Scrappy complains that everyone has forgotten his birthday, but Flappy surprises him.

Making scents —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

"Mickey isn't quite like his brothers and sisters. They're all stronger, faster, and have a much better sense of smell. That's because his "brothers and sisters" are dogs?bloodhounds, to be exact. Mickey's mom and dad ar...

One mean ant with fly and flea —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

COMPANION TO: ONE MEAN ANT, ISBN 9780763683948. Picking up where the last tale left off, the text crackles with snappy banter and silly wordplay, while expressive illustrations capture all the entomological action. At he...

Homework —Yorinks, Arthur.

When Tony's pens, along with his pencil and eraser, come to life, the squabbling set of writing tools tries to complete Tony's neglected homework.

Quack! —Yorinks, Arthur.

Quack, a young duck, builds a rocket and goes to the moon, only to find that he misses home.

The witch's child —Yorinks, Arthur.

Desiring a child of her own, Rosina the witch fashions one out of straw and scraps, but when she cannot bring the rag child to life she becomes enraged and turns the village children into shrubs, where they stay until a ...

Hey, Al —Yorinks, Arthur.

A city janitor and his treasured canine companion are transported by a large colorful bird to an island in the sky, where their comfortable paradise existence threatens to turn them into birds as well.

Christmas in July —Yorinks, Arthur, author

Santa Claus loses his pants and gets arrested, so Christmas is postponed until July.

Harry and Lulu —Yorinks, Arthur.

Lulu, who has always wanted a dog, instead gets a very unusual stuffed animal that takes her on a trip to France.

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