Table of contents for Secrets of Dripping Fang. Book six, Attack of the giant octopus / Dan Greenburg ; illustrations by Scott M. Fischer.


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Contents
1 I’d Like an Appointment with the Giant Octopus, Please
2 Mutants Do Seem to Lack the Common Courtesies
3 Two Calls from a Concerned Citizen
4 Wally Is in Over His Head
5 Can the Dead Become Truly Responsible Parents?
6 Meet the Mutants
7 Cheyenne, Cheyenne, Where Have You Been? I’ve Been to the Ont Cave to Visit the Queen.
8 We Here at DFFCDS Do Not Tolerate the Intolerant
9 School Days, School Days, Dear Old Golden Ghoul Days
10 What Has Three Hearts, Blue Blood, and Is Red All Over?
11 Most Orthodontists Tend Not to Have Such a Pronounced Overbite
12 Mastering the Subtle Art of Job Interviews
13 No, I Don’t Want to See Any of Your Stupid Babies
14 Come On, Give a Bug a Hug
15 Let’s Make Cheyenne Do Something Gross and Disgusting
16 Never Go Home with Escorts Whose Faces Are Wrapped in Big Black Bandages
17 All in Favor of Tearing Him to Pieces, Raise Your Claws
18 Never Meet a Kidnapper in an Aquarium at Midnight
19 Okay, the Good News Is It’s Not a Giant Snake
20 Take These Arms, I Want to Lose Them—Well, One of Them
21 You Really Do Not Want to Annoy a Vampire
22 You Can’t Say We Didn’t Warn You About Annoying a Vampire
23 Our Larger Lockers Are Really Quite Comfy
24 All Right Then, How Would You Define Employed?
25 Vampire Dad Can’t Go On Like This
26 You Can Go Home Again, But They’re Still Serving Gruel with Boogers
27 Why, Grandma, What a Big Babushka You Have



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Orphans -- Fiction.
Twins -- Fiction.
Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
Swamps -- Fiction.
Ants -- Fiction.
Vampires -- Fiction.
Cincinnati (Ohio) -- Fiction.