The Problim Children: Carnival Catastrophe
The Problims try to win the Corn Dog Carnival and rescue their missing mama in the second book in New York Times bestselling author Natalie Lloyd's hilarious and clever series that's perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Holm and Sharon Creech!"An affectionate ode to the wonders of bei... read full description below.
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||25 June 2019 by HarperCollins
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||By Lloyd, Natalie
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The Problims try to win the Corn Dog Carnival and rescue their missing mama in the second book in New York Times bestselling author Natalie Lloyd's hilarious and clever series that's perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Holm and Sharon Creech!"An affectionate ode to the wonders of being a weird kid in a weird family." -Anne Ursu, author of The Real Boy and BreadcrumbsAll siblings are capable of magic if they stick together. But trusting each other isn't easy for the Problim siblings when neighbors like Desdemona and Carly-Rue O'Pinion are working double-time to turn the town against them.From catapulting cattle to runaway corndogs to spiders on the pageant stage, the Problim brothers and sisters are blamed for every catastrophe at this year's carnival. And to top it all off, Mama Problim is missing!Can the seven siblings come together in time to save the carnival and rescue their mom from a villain even more dastardly than Desdemona? Or will they discover too late what it truly means to be a Problim?
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||★ "Lloyd hits her stride as she weaves-as intricately as Mona's beloved circus spiders-plot twists, humor, suspense, rivalry, hints of romance for the older Problims, and realistic development of Mona's character."
Natalie Lloydloves writing stories full of magic andfriendship, including A Snicker of Magic, which was a New York Times bestseller, and the Problim Children books. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with her husband, Justin, and their dogs, Biscuit and Samson.