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Yobgorgle, Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario

Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario While visiting Rochester New York young Eugene meets the strange Professor Ambrose McFwain and goes out with him in his boat to search for a mysterious sea monster that has been sighted on Lake Onta

  • Title: Yobgorgle, Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario
  • Author: Daniel Pinkwater
  • ISBN: 9780395289709
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Library Binding
  • While visiting Rochester, New York, young Eugene meets the strange Professor Ambrose McFwain and goes out with him in his boat to search for a mysterious sea monster that has been sighted on Lake Ontario.

    Yobgorgle, Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario Yobgorgle, Mystery monster of Lake Ontario by Daniel Pinkwater was a silly, entertaining kids book that was originally written in Even though it feels a bit dated, due to the payphone and ridiculous amount of food Eugene can eat with just a couple of dollars, it s still entirely enjoyable Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario is a young adult comedy novel by American author Daniel Pinkwater It was first published in Plot summary A boy named Eugene is visiting Rochester, New York, with his uncle, a hugely obese vending machine tester, when they are recruited by Professor Ambrose McFwain to join him on an expedition Yobgorgle, mystery monster of Lake Ontario While visiting Rochester, New York, young Eugene meets the strange Professor Ambrose McFwain and goes out with him in his boat to search for a mysterious sea Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario By Reblogged this on Lost Classics of Teen Lit, and commented This week, I am on vacation, and you can join Eugene Winkleman on his to beautiful Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario English Kindle Shop Whlen Sie die Abteilung aus, in der Sie suchen mchten. Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario Eugene Winkleman is all set for a boring two week vacation in Rochester, New York, when strange coincidences start to happen First, he and his Uncle Mel see a movie about a monster called Yobgorgle that is supposed to live in Lake Ontario. Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario Yobgorgle Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario is a young adult comedy novel by American author Daniel Pinkwater It was first published in . Yobgorgle, Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario Sci It was going to be a boring vacation, until Eugene got hired on as an assistant to a monster hunter Their prey Yobgorgle, the Monster of Lake Ontario. Yobgorgle mystery monster of Lake Ontario Get this from a library Yobgorgle mystery monster of Lake Ontario Daniel Manus Pinkwater While visiting Rochester, New York, young Eugene meets the strange Professor Ambrose McFwain and goes out with him in his boat to search for a mysterious sea monster that has been sighted on Lake Yobgorgle, mystery monster of Lake Ontario Yobgorgle, mystery monster of Lake Ontario by Daniel Manus Pinkwater, , Houghton Mifflin Clarion Books edition, in English

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    1. Daniel Pinkwater

      Daniel Manus Pinkwater is an author of mostly children s books and is an occasional commentator on National Public Radio He attended Bard College Well known books include Lizard Music, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Fat Men from Space, Borgel, and the picture book The Big Orange Splot Pinkwater has also illustrated many of his books in the past, although for recent works that task has passed to his wife Jill Pinkwater.

    269 Comments

    1. Not the best of Pinkwater, but the prettydarngood of Pinkwater. Deutsches Unterseeschwimmschweinboot indeed!


    2. This was my favorite book when I was ten. Jessie(see friends) got this for me for Xmas 2006 and I was pretty much overjoyed. If you like, um, reading, you should check it out.



    3. Der Fliegende Schweine German U-boat condemned to sail the Great Lakes until the captain finds the worlds best pastrami sandwich. Pinkwater is master of the incongruous. Really funny stuff.


    4. Yobgorgle, Mystery monster of Lake Ontario by Daniel Pinkwater was a silly, entertaining kids’ book that was originally written in 1979. Even though it feels a bit dated, due to the payphone and ridiculous amount of food Eugene can eat with just a couple of dollars, it’s still entirely enjoyable. I came across it on , and the ridiculous name meant I just had to check it out.This is almost perfectly written, with nearly ever sentence propelling the story forward. Eugene is a kid with common s [...]


    5. Fantastic, amazing, wonderful, magical (get the picture)!It's Pinkwater so if you're already a fan then you've probably already read this.If you're not a fan then shame on you - he's the most amazing, subversive, funny, zany, crazy writer out there and this is one of his best.Kid goes to stay with his uncle BUTthe uncle has to go to Rochester (my hometown) for two week ANDtakes the kid BUTthere's not much for the kid to do all day in Rochester SOhe winds up hooking up with a monster hunter ANDbe [...]


    6. After I recently read Daniel Pinkwater's The Neddiad, it reminded me of one of my favorite books when I was a kid. Yobgorgle is the story of a kid who, left to his own devices while staying with an uncle, ends up as a research assistant to a monster-hunting scientist. It turns out that the monster they are searching for is a giant pig-shaped submarine with a cursed captain. And believe it or not, it is even more bizarre than that. Great stuff. It makes me feel good that I liked this kind of deli [...]


    7. A fun read from Mr. Pinkwater.A boy travels with his Dad and while his Dad is at work the kid explores the town, discovering the local library and then discover the legend of the local monster, Yoborgle.It is a pretty straightforward story, surprising for a Pinkwater book, until the last quarter of the book where we then meet some very Pinkwater-ish characters and the monster is explained.There are no bad Pinkwater books, but this was not as strong as some of his others. A fun read that my kids [...]


    8. A fun, fast readMy seven-year-old loves Daniel Pinkwater, and we read his books a chapter at a time at bedtime. When we finished this one, my son declared, "Thatwase!" A fun plot, and great characters!






    9. One of the world's best storytellers. Daniel Pinkwater has the ability to take a simple idea of looking for a mystery monster and turning it into a bizarrely strange, funny and fantastical story.



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