Series: Who Shrunk Daniel Funk

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Attack of the Growling Eyeballs (Who Shrunk Daniel Funk?) by Lin Oliver1
Escape of the Mini-Mummy (Who Shrunk Daniel Funk?) by Lin Oliver2
Revenge of the Itty-Bitty Brothers (Who Shrunk Daniel Funk?) by Lin Oliver3
Secret of the Super-small Superstar (Who Shrunk Daniel Funk?) by Lin Oliver4

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Series description

Daniel Funk always wanted a brother, but he’s got three sisters instead---until he shrinks to the size of a toe and discovers Pablo, his twin brother who’s always been that small! Together, they have mountains of tiny-size fun with heaps of mega-size danger. With comic illustrations by Stephen Gilpin, the four books in the Daniel Funk series are full of fun for kids between the ages of seven and eleven who like to laugh out loud when they read.


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