Cold Cereal FactsServing size 1 chapterNumber of servings 40Primary human characters 3Scottish Play Doe, aka Scottpossible changelingErno Utz geniusEmily Utz supergeniusMagical creatures at least 3Mick Leprechaun (or Clurichaun)Harvey Pooka (rabbit-man)Biggs indeterminate origin (hairy, large)Evil organizations 1Goodco Cereal CompanyPurveyor of breakfastfoods aspiring to world dominationAdventure 75%Diabolical Schemes 40% Danger 57%Legend 20%Magic 68%Humor 93% Puzzles 35%Mystery 49%
Not a significant source of vampires.
May contain nuts.
Daily values based on individual interest. Reader's estimation of value may be higher or lower, depending on your tolerance for this sort of thing.
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by Adam Rex
by Tim Dorsey
by Kevin Henkes
by Dee Henderson
by RaeAnne Thayne
by The Arbinger Institute
by David Bach, Hillary Rosner
by Mark Helprin
by Dr. Frank Lawlis
"Twins Emily and Erno Utz go on the run when they realize that an evil breakfast cereal company has been running experiments on them, their foster father, and a host of magical creatures. While Oliver Wyman provides a straightforward delivery of the narrative, he creates a range of accents for the dialogue of this fast-paced, utterly hilarious story. Portraying the children, Wyman reads in high-pitched, even tones, reserving an extra squeaky voice for super genius Emily. Their housekeeper, a gentle giant named Biggs, has a deep, booming voice. Wyman handles the magical creatures with ease, including a leprechaun with an Irish brogue and a rabbit-man with a jittery, slurred voice. Wyman brings this fun-filled adventure to life without letting it go over-the-top. E.N. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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