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Screaming Mummies of the Pharaoh's Tomb II (Tales from the House of…

by James Howe

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This is a good example of Fantasy because the author has created a world where dogs talk and write stories. It is also a good example of Science Fiction because it involves characters going back in time.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689839545, Paperback)

Dear possible reader of this book,

I wasn't sure I'd be able to write a book ever again after Canine Quarterly reviewed my series, Tales from the House of Bunnicula. They said I would never win the Newbony Award. Was I depressed! And I didn't even know what a Newbony was! Luckily Delilah's read a lot of Newbony books, so she helped me write this one. It's about a poor (but very cute) orphan dachshund puppy named Howie Monroe, who lives on the prairie and yearns for a chicken bone. (I know. Trust me.) Things really get exciting when Howie and his best friend, the smart and well-read Delilah, find a time machine and travel back to ancient Egypt where they uncover...the mystery of the Pharaoh's tomb!!!

Your friend,

Howie

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Howie the wirehaired dachshund and his friend Delilah collaborate on a novel, trying to win the coveted Newbony Award.

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