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Hashbrown Winters and the Mashimoto Madness (Hashbrown Winters #2)

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All Hashbrown Winters ever wanted was a simple life: a treehouse full of buddies, enough marbles to keep him occupied at recess, and a Brody the Ape-Slayer action figure with authentic ninja throwing stars. But everything changes when Hi Mashimoto starts a rival club and threatens to take Hashbrown's place as the kid with the coolest treehouse at Pordunce Elementary.

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Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 8th 2010 by Bonneville
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Donna
Frank Cole delivers more wonderful reading material for kids! Hashbrown Winters is a fantastic book. This particular book is the second in the Hashbrown series. It is truly laugh out loud funny. It is a well written story about Hashbrown and another kid, Mashimoto. Kids will learn how rivals must work together to achieve a common goal. This is a wonderfully written story that grade school kids (especially boys) will appreciate. I can't wait to read what's next for Hashbrown and his friends at Po ...more
Shauna
I LOVE that this book starts out with a hint of one storyline and then moves on to the main storyline and then SMACK you are given hints to the first storyline and you think "what is happening?" And then you remember..."Oh, yeah." And then it fits all together...oh...so...GOOD!"
This series is AMAZING! They are most definitely on my list of BEST MIDDLE READER FICTION. Right up there with Fablehaven, Far World and Janitors!
David
Hashbrown winters reminds me of another great series called Diary of a Wimpy Kid. These books are great and funny. It also reminds me of my own childhood and the trouble we used to cause. Love it!
Mindy
Even better then the first. Loved it. So funny. Full review www.minreadsandreviews.blogspot.com
Bre
Jan 17, 2010 Bre rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Hilarious!! I just love Hashbrown!
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Loved It! 1 5 Feb 01, 2010 11:40AM  
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Frank L. Cole has lived in such exotic places as the Philippines and Kentucky, and currently lives with his wife and three children out west. While he strived for years to earn his publishing credits, Frank considers sharing his message of “Exercising Your Imagination” to over 45,000 kids across the country as his greatest accomplishment. The Guardians of the Finisher's Fury is Frank’s 7th publish ...more
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