A Whole Nother Story

A Whole Nother Story

eBook - 2010
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Ethan Cheeseman and his children, ages eight, twelve, and fourteen, hope to settle in a nice small town, at least long enough to complete work on a time machine, but spies and government agents have been pursuing them for two years and are about to catch up.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2010.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9781599905792
Characteristics: 1 online resource (264 p.) : ill.
Subjects: Inventions -- Juvenile fiction.
Families -- Juvenile fiction.
Moving, Household -- Juvenile fiction.
Automobile travel -- Juvenile fiction.
Electronic books.
Additional Contributors: Timmins, Jeffrey Stewart - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Whole other story


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JCLChrisK Jun 06, 2013

If I could give you all just one word of advice, it would be . . . well, an incomplete sentence. Besides being grammatically iffy, I'm sure you'd agree that a single word of advice is rarely of much use. Even the phrase "Look out!" (which could prove to be life-saving advice--especially where large falling objects or missing manhole covers are concerned) is two words.

JCLChrisK Jun 06, 2013

All gifts are not created equal. Historically speaking, there are good gifts and there are bad gifts.

Good gifts: A bottle of champagne, a box of fine Belgian chocolates, the Statue of Liberty.

Bad gifts: A bottle of shampoo, a box of fine Belgian matches, the Trojan Horse.

JCLChrisK Jun 06, 2013

There was a time when, if you encountered someone with a tattoo, you could pretty much assume he was either a sailor or had, at one time or another, been in prison. There was something, it seemed, about men being cooped up together that made them want to draw on themselves.

Jan 08, 2011

As the station wagon pulled back onto the highway, the sun was slowly sinking below the horizon like a leaky boat. Well, except for that fact that boats are not generally round, orange and on fire. Hmm. Come to think of it, in no way whatsoever did the sun, in this instance, resemble a leaky boat. My apologies. That was a dreadful attepmt at simile. Please allow me to try again. As the station wagon pulled back onto the highway, the sun was slowly sinking below the horizon like a self-luminous, gaseous sphere comprised mainly of of hydrogen and helium.

Jan 08, 2011

Some quick advice for success in life: Don't be afraid, be amazing.

Jan 08, 2011

He's getting away you idiots! Shoot him. I'm wearing Spider-Man underpants!

Jan 08, 2011

A red eight-sided sign always means:
A) Stop.
B) Go.
C) Danger! Red octogons ahead!

Jan 08, 2011

"I'm one-half Cherokee, one-half Irish, one-half Turkish, one-half Australian and one-half Korean."

"Excuse me, but that's five halves," said Maggie.

Jan 08, 2011

What's a wingding? Why, a wingding is, uh...it's just like a shindig but without all the hullabaloo.

Jan 08, 2011

Gone are the days when the old country doctor would drive out to your house and amputate your infected leg for a basket of goose eggs and a rhubarb pie.

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Aug 18, 2017

I like this book because it contains everybody's perspectives. And it's also very adventurous. What I like the most part is the squash recipe.

CRRL_CraigGraziano Jun 25, 2015

Fans of the Series of Unfortunate Events will find comfort in Soup’s bizarre asides and references, which are similar to Lemony Snicket’s vocabulary lessons and humorous anecdotes about a life shrouded in secrecy.

Read more at: http://www.librarypoint.org/whole_nother_story_soup

JCLChrisK Jun 06, 2013

Three stars for the story itself, five stars for the smart aleck storytelling and audiobook narrator, so I averaged it out to a four. Because there is an exciting tale of intrigue and espionage starring an inventive father, his two sons and one daughter, a host of government agents and goons, and all the people they meet over the course of their adventure, but this isn't really a book based on plot and character development. No, the joy of this tale is the telling, the constant clever asides, snarky comments, witty puns and plays on language, ridiculous situations and set-ups, and cerebrally silly humor. I was most happily amused.

Feb 05, 2013

Mr. Cheeseman, his three atractive, relatively polite children and their hairless, psychic dog are being chaised by goverment agents and other criminal organisations which will do anything to get a invention which will save Mr. Cheeseman beloved wife. I recomen this book is for all ages. THIS IS A GRET BOOK!

Pucca Jan 10, 2012

This book is really great! Everything is well put and hiLArious!
There are also 2 more books and I really look forward to finnishing the series! If you haven't read it, I'd say that this book is a must-read!!!!! But whatever you do, say or read, just have fun with it!!!! (although i don't see how you can go wrong with this book)

Dec 13, 2011

In this book Mr.Cheeseman and his three children are being chased by goverment ajents because Mr. Cheeseman has created a time mashine.
After being chased for several years they meet a circis from the 1600s. They save there lives several times.
The time machine was made so the Cheesemans could see there long lost mom who had been killed by the goverment ajents.
Wil the Cheesemans ever see there mother again? Read the book to find out.

Dec 06, 2011

I have finished it i read it in the dark and got scared that he was going to ...

Nov 19, 2011

Very funny!

HollyleafOfThunderclan Oct 28, 2011

This book is really good. It's really funny!

Oct 18, 2011

In this story by Dr. cuthebert Soup.Mr. Cheesman and his 3 children are on the run from corporate criminals foreign super spies and goverment agency's so secret they don't even no their own name. Everyone wants to steal the latest invetion of Mr. Cheesman, the LVR. It is made to travel in time. To find out who succeeds read the book.

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