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Gremlins by George Gipe

Gremlins (edition 1984)

by George Gipe

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Authors:George Gipe
Info:Corgi Childrens (1984), Edition: paperback / softback, Paperback, 224 pages
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Gremlins by George Gipe



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A fast, fun romp. Some of it is quite believable, some not so much - but it's still a fun read.
Beware giving a dangerous animal that looks like sweetness and light to a teenager! But at least he tried his best to clean up his mess.
Based on the movie. ( )
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Special thanks to those who helped make my job Gremlin free:

Elaine Markson
Kathryn Vought
Dan Ronmanelli
Mike Finnell
Joe Dante
Brad Globe
Goeffrey Brandt
Judy Gitenstein
Ed Sedarbaum
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In his cage tucked in a far corner of the Chinese man's back room, the Mogwai dozed fitfully.
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There were three warnings:

1. Do not expose them to light.
2. Do not get them get wet.
3. Above all, no matter how they cry, no matter how much they beg, never, NEVER feed them after midnight.

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When Billy forgets to follow specific instructions for care of his strange new pet, Gizmo, beastly gremlins pop up to wreak havoc on the town.

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