Kenneth A O'Shaughnessy

Babies for Breakfast

Babies for Breakfast by Kenneth A O'Shaughnessy
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fiction Children, Suspense
For readers of:Poetry, Children's Fiction, Barbara Park, Bruce Coville, Dylan Thomas
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Print Length53
PublisherBad Bad Boy Publications
Publication DateMay 27, 2013
About the Book

“What’s for breakfast?” I ask Mum. She’s bustling around the kitchen in her bright yellow apron over her bright pink dress. They stand out against her dusty grey skin. She wears special gloves called Handz-On to make sure her fingers stay on her hands while she cooks and cleans.“I’ll have brainpancakes ready in a minute,” she says.

Brainpancakes aren’t as scary as they sound. Well, they don’t taste scary. My mother serves them in plates that look like the tops of skulls. The pan puts grooves in them so they look like brains. And they have brains (not human!) in the batter.Maybe they are as scary as they sound.


Ace has a problem with what's for breakfast. It's not too much spinach in the scrambled eggs - it's too much human baby!Join Ace's friends Drake the vampire and Accalia the werewolf, as together they try to save the baby from Ace's zombie family!

About the Author

Kenneth A O'Shaughnessy is a freelance writer and poet living in the upstate of South Carolina with his wife and four children. To find his daily poetry entries, log onto:

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