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Book Preview: The Battle of the Red Hot Pepper Weenies

Red Hot Pepper Weenies by David Lubar (Amazon Link)

Paperback, 192 pages

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The Pepper Weenies collection of short stories is quite amusing. Geared toward middle school students, Pepper Weenies is a book full of stories with twists. If nothing else, it’ll keep the you reading because you’ll wonder what will happen next, as nothing happens as the reader would expect.

Note that this is a collection of short stories. Here’s the thing about reading short stories is that each story stands by itself and you don’t have to read them in order. If you like to be amused, and grossed out, The Battle of the Red Hot  Pepper Weenies might be a good bet for you.

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