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Collinsfort village

Author: Joe Ekaitis
Publisher: Silverton, Idaho : WindRiver Publishing, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English
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Dennis Pearson grew up reading the stories of popular author Karolyne von Frankenburgh, but no one had ever seen Fraulein von Frankenburgh--until now, maybe. When Dennis finds a revealing clue he enlists his two closest friends, Bear, a lovable Suburban-driving grizzly who works for the local cable company, and Griff, twenty feet of half-eagle, half-lion, dragon-slaying griffin who reads stories to children at the
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Young adult works
Young adult fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Ekaitis
ISBN: 1886249210 9781886249219
OCLC Number: 172666933
Description: 155 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Joe Ekaitis.

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Dennis Pearson grew up reading the stories of popular author Karolyne von Frankenburgh, but no one had ever seen Fraulein von Frankenburgh--until now, maybe. When Dennis finds a revealing clue he enlists his two closest friends, Bear, a lovable Suburban-driving grizzly who works for the local cable company, and Griff, twenty feet of half-eagle, half-lion, dragon-slaying griffin who reads stories to children at the local library to help him solve the mystery.

But Dennis soon realizes that there is more than just one secret in his hometown of Collinsfort Village. And in the process, he learns the value of trust and the true meaning of friendship as he, Bear, and Griff face mistaken identities, cover-ups, a bit of espionage, and the history of a dragon who hasn't flown for almost one-hundred years.

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by JoeEkaitis (WorldCat user on 2008-03-24)

Synopsis: Dennis Pearson grew up reading the stories of popular author Karolyne von Frankenburgh, but no one had ever seen Fräulein von Frankenburgh — until now, maybe. When Dennis finds a revealing clue (a portion of a letter from Frankenburgh’s publisher), he enlists his two closest friends, Bear, a lovable Suburban-driving grizzly who works for the local phone company, and Griff, twenty feet of half-eagle, half-lion, dragon-slaying griffin who reads stories to children at the local library, to help him solve the mystery. But Dennis soon realizes that there is more than just one secret in his hometown of Collinsfort Village. And in the process, he learns the value of trust and the true meaning of friendship as he, Bear, and Griff face mistaken identities, cover-ups, a bit of espionage, and the history of a dragon who hasn't flown for nearly one-hundred years.

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