Bigfoot is Missing! by J. Patrick Lewis, Kenn Nesbitt, MinaLima

By J. Patrick Lewis, Kenn Nesbitt, MinaLima

Children's Poets Laureate J. Patrick Lewis and Kenn Nesbitt staff as much as provide a sensible, stealthy journey of the creatures of shadowy fantasy and fearsome legend—the attractive, the funny, and the unusual. Bigfoot, the Mongolian loss of life trojan horse, and the Loch Ness Monster quantity one of several creatures lurking inside those pages. Readers could have to appear twice—the poems during this e-book are disguised as road symptoms, newspaper headlines, graffiti, milk cartons, and extra!

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The guy looked to be in his mid-forties; white, little John Lennon glasses, and an oxford shirt. Kevin looked more closely and saw that he had a blackjack book open on his lap and a deck of cards in his shirt pocket. Martinez sighed. “You see it every flight. Welcome to amateur hour. There’s nothing the casinos love more than a guy who thinks he can count cards. ” Kevin laughed. ” “That would be fine, as long as he stops there. But they never do. He’ll bet five dollars a hand for an hour, maybe two.

The casino atmosphere didn’t distract him; instead, he found the ambient noise bolstered his energy level. By midway through the fourth shoe, he was enjoying himself so much, he didn’t notice the shadow closing in over him from behind. He was fingering his chips when the strong arms suddenly wrapped around his chest, yanking him off his stool. He tried to shout, but a canvas bag came down over his head, muffling his voice. He felt himself lifted off the floor and half carried, half dragged across the room.

Kevin’s hands went into his pockets. “I need to talk”—Kevin touched his eye. “Get over here”—Kevin lowered his head to his folded arms. ”—Kevin scratched his ear. “I’m too tired to play anymore”—Kevin rubbed his neck. “I’m getting heat from the pit boss”—Kevin moved his hands to his forehead. ”—Kevin ran his hands through his hair. When he was finished with the physical signals, Kevin was asked to repeat the oral count signals, to be used when calling in a Big Player. These were all simple words that could be used in a sentence, right under the nose of a dealer, or pit boss.

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