Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments

When Arlie, Ty, and the ever present Mr Boots discover an old dragonfly pendant, they don t think much of it it s just another thing to keep mr Boots from trying to swallow But when the pendant turns out to have odd powers powers to make all of the lawn ornaments and decorationsin town come to life it s time for Arlie and Ty and Mr Boots, if they can drag himWhen Arlie, Ty, and the ever present Mr Boots discover an old dragonfly pendant, they don t think much of it it s just another thing to keep mr Boots from trying to swallow But when the pendant turns out to have odd powers powers to make all of the lawn ornaments and decorationsin town come to life it s time for Arlie and Ty and Mr Boots, if they can drag him out from under the couch cushions to put a stop to all this supernatural nonsense
Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments When Arlie Ty and the ever present Mr Boots discover an old dragonfly pendant they don t think much of it it s just another thing to keep mr Boots from trying to swallow But when the pendant turns

  • Title: Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments
  • Author: Emily Ecton
  • ISBN: 9781416964513
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments”

    1. As children, many of us have favorite toys that we pretend are truly alive. In Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments, by Emily Ecton, Arlie and her best friend Ty accidentally discover a way to make this a reality. After happening upon an old dragonfly pendant in her neighbor's tree, Arlie puts the necklace on her stuffed orange kangaroo Fred in order to make a quick getaway from her hiding place, which happens to be in the front yard of "Mrs. Wombat," who is armed against trespassers with a potato [...]

    2. Reviewed by Breia "The Brain" Brickey for TeensReadTooWhen Arlie woke up that morning, she had no idea that her life would be turned upside down in a matter of minutes.Arlie's mom had given some of her toys to their neighbor, Cookie. When Arlie stepped outside, she saw Cookie removing the inner workings of her old orange kangaroo Fred's head. Arlie snatched it from her and ran, only to run over Tina's friend, Bethany Burgess, ruining her new white capris.She couldn't stop, so she ran past a very [...]

    3. Frothy, funny, imaginative story. 3rd book in a series, but books do not have to be read in order. Arlie and Ty find a dragonfly necklace which makes alive their town's lawn ornaments, ceramic animals, and the 7-foot giant Happy Hog standing in front of the Happy Mart. With pink flamingos doing high kicks and the library lions running rampant, Arlie and Ty have to figure out what to do about it. As they try to solve the problems of the living lawn ornaments, they have to deal with the rowdy pers [...]

    4. Emily's dry wit makes this story of living lawn ornaments truly unique and hysterical. There were even a few plot twists and a few touching moments that were pleasant surprises thrown in the mix. Good stuff for ages 9 - 13.

    5. I couldn't buy into this story. I think it was the dialogue between characters just didn't grab me like I would have liked too much "cool kid" slang or something. Cute story but not one I see appealing to everyone.

    6. I was not grabbed by this book at all. It just was not my cup of tea. Could not get into it. Too many odd angles to the hook. Hate the frequent use of the word butt.

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