Episode 2: Hemmed In
Just when Blister, Muck, and the opeRATives think they’ve missed Dr. van Sangfreud’s secret meeting in the abandoned clothing factory, a blackout spurs a flurry of suspicious activity.
For the Curious
Have you ever run away with your imagination? Tell us what that was like or how you booby-trapped the monsters under your bed. If you share any jog jokes, sprint jokes, or other *running gags,* I’ll share them on the show. Maybe not all in one go. This humor is best when it’s more *ran*dom.
You can also read a snippet of the book from the Charlesbridge Publishing website.
My other books about robots and UFOs will release later this winter. To get the scoop on all my children’s books and articles, visit my author website: https://jynnemason.com/
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