Feast for the Beast

All the monsters are gathered for a feast Felipe Femur the skeleton, Sunny Stoker the vampire, Runny Rotten the witch, and Gummy Garou the werewolf are celebrating the winter season together Cozy in Gummy the toothless werewolf s crescent moon home, they re ready for lots of good food While the turkey cooks, everyone enjoys the holiday parade and a Loch Ness pop star coAll the monsters are gathered for a feast Felipe Femur the skeleton, Sunny Stoker the vampire, Runny Rotten the witch, and Gummy Garou the werewolf are celebrating the winter season together Cozy in Gummy the toothless werewolf s crescent moon home, they re ready for lots of good food While the turkey cooks, everyone enjoys the holiday parade and a Loch Ness pop star concert on TV Everyone except for the beast Gummy He s too hungry to wait and sneaks off for a little snack Just a little one A little turns into a lot and Gummy finds himself in a tough situation Read along as he attempts to make things right and save the holiday from being ruined.Feast for the Beast is a full rhyming story for kids Each four line stanza has an accompanying illustration with depictions of the monsters, foods, and cute groups of living fruitcakes Dressed up with festive holly leaves, sprinkles, and weapons of doom, the fruitcakes are a cute and fun addition to the cast of characters Enjoy this holiday story that perfect for both Christmas and Thanksgiving And Kraken day, of course A full course of corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, ham, turkey, fruitcakes, tomb scones, Slender Tenders, pumpkin pie, grave goblets, witch s brew party punch, and fun awaits
Feast for the Beast All the monsters are gathered for a feast Felipe Femur the skeleton Sunny Stoker the vampire Runny Rotten the witch and Gummy Garou the werewolf are celebrating the winter season together Cozy in G

  • Title: Feast for the Beast
  • Author: Russell J. Dorn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 382
  • Format: ebook
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    1. Everyone loves a special holiday, a time when one can invite a few friends around, prepare some delicious eats, and everyone settles down to watch the parade on television. One is not supposed to sneak off and eat everything everything? Yep, everything. In Feast for the Beast by Russell Dorn, the unthinkable happens. Gummy the (toothless) werewolf just can’t wait for the turkey to be done to a golden brown; he has to stop that growling in his stomach. Before he knows it, Gummy has eaten the f [...]

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