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Lyle Hertzog and his friends Marilla and Dave expect to spend another dull holiday passing time at the local Qwikpick convenience store. Then an article in their hometown paper catches their eye - the sludge fountain at the nearby sewage plant is being retired. With this news, the three friends decide they're not just normal kids who don't have Christmas plans: They're the Qwikpick Adventure Society. Their first mission: To see the "poop fountain" before it fades from glory.

Told with the mix of journal entries, doodles, and handwritten notes that has made the Origami Yoda books so appealing, this is another great series from a master chronicler of middle school.

©2014 Tom Angleberger (P)2014 Recorded Books

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Mediocre and gross

This book should be reserved for younger children.
The audio format does this book no favors, as the print version contains pictures and diffrent fonts that add dimension to the story. The subject matter is gross, and the story is short and not worth much time or money/credits. Children of a certain age range (8-11) may enjoy it, but anyone above that age should give it a miss.