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A tale of two tails / by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver.

Winkler, Henry, 1945- (Author). Oliver, Lin. (Added Author).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
North Branch - Bridgeport JPB WINKLER (Text to phone) 34000074944372 Juvenile Summer Reading Grade 4 Available -
Oxford Public Library J FIC WIN (Text to phone) 33530113172735 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Plumb Memorial Library - Shelton J FIC WINKLER Bk.15 (Text to phone) 34025117808680 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Southbury Public Library J WINKLER/series #15 (Text to phone) 34019114759020 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Thompson Public Library J Winkler (Text to phone) 34038118567098 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Tolland Public Library J WIN (Text to phone) 34051102317446 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Wolcott Public Library JF WINKLER, H. HANK ZIPZER #15 (Text to phone) 34031142650964 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Woodbury Public Library J Winkler Copy 1 (Text to phone) 34018115914410 Juvenile Fiction Available -
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Fifth-grader Hank enters his dachshund Cheerio in a contest to choose a new mascot for his school, but doesn't count on his sister entering her pet iguana.
Fifth-grader Hank enters his dachshund Cheerio in a contest to choose a new mascot for his school.
Subject: Dogs > Fiction.
Schools > Fiction.
Behavior > Fiction.
Contests > Fiction.
Zipzer, Hank (Fictitious character) > Juvenile fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - Author Notes for ISBN Number 9780448443799
A Tale of Two Tails
A Tale of Two Tails
by Winkler, Henry; Oliver, Lin; Watson, Jesse Joshua (Illustrator)
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A Tale of Two Tails

Born in Manhattan, NY in 1945, Henry Winkler rose to fame as television's "The Fonz" on the 1970's sitcom, Happy Days. In 1970, Winkler graduated from the Yale School of Drama and went on to act in various commercials before being cast as Arthur Fonzarelli. After Happy Days, Winkler went on to produce and direct various television shows, as well as continue acting in co-starring roles in movies such as "Scream" and "The Waterboy". Along with his acting and directing career, Henry Winkler is a children's advocate who helped to found the Children's Action Network which helps to provide immunization to children at no charge. He is also involved with several other children's charities and began writing the Hank Zipzer series in 2003 which centers around an adventurous boy with dyslexia.

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