Best Download [Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Paul Sagsoorian] ✓ Danny Dunn and the Smallifying Machine || [Thriller Book] PDF ☆

By Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Paul Sagsoorian | Comments: ( 263 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Are there enemy spies following Professor Bullfinch Is he working on a secret government invention Danny and his friends, Joe and Irene, decide they must warn the Professor of possible danger They track him down to an old barn, where he s hidden his workshop Once inside all they find is a weird and fascinating machine Danny tries out one of two levers but he isn t preAre there enemy spies following Professor Bullfinch Is he working on a secret government invention Danny and his friends, Joe and Irene, decide they must warn the Professor of possible danger They track him down to an old barn, where he s hidden his workshop Once inside all they find is a weird and fascinating machine Danny tries out one of two levers but he isn t prepared for what happens next He and his friends are trapped inside the machine and shrinking fast


  • Title: Danny Dunn and the Smallifying Machine
  • Author: Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Paul Sagsoorian
  • ISBN: 0671293095
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback

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Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Paul Sagsoorian

Librarian Note There is than one author by this name in the database.Jay Williams May 31, 1914 July 12, 1978 was an American author born in Buffalo, New York, the son of Max and Lillian Jacobson He cited the experience of growing up as the son of a vaudeville show producer as leading him to pursue his acting career as early as college Between 1931 and 1934 he attended the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University where he took part in amateur theatrical productions.Out of school and out of work during the end of the Depression, he worked as a comedian on the upstate New York Borscht Belt circuit From 1936 until 1941, Jay Williams worked as a press agent for Dwight Deere Winman, Jed Harris and the Hollywood Theatre Alliance And even though he played a feature role in the Cannes prize winning film, The Little Fugitive produced in 1953, he turned his attention to writing as a full time career after his discharge from the Army in 1945 He was the recipient of the Purple Heart While serving in the Army he published his first book, The Stolen Oracle, in 1943.Williams may be best known for his young adult Danny Dunn science fiction fantasy series which he co authored with Raymond Abrashkin Though Abrashkin died in 1960, he is listed as co author of all 15 books of this series, which continued from 1956 until 1977 Jay Williams also wrote mysteries for young adults, such as The Stolen Oracle, The Counterfeit African, and The Roman Moon Mystery.Williams also wrote adult crime fiction using the pseudonym Michael Delving This may be a reference to Michel Delving, a large hobbit populated town in The Lord of the Rings One of his series of mysteries feature the American rare book and manuscript collector, Dave Cannon, and take place in Britain.Jay Williams also wrote a number of successful historical novels for adults, including The Witches, a look at the eradication of the healing women in Scotland Solomon and Sheba The Siege, a tale of the 13th century wars initiated by the Pope against the Albigensian heresy and The Rogue from Padua, a novel that takes place in the Renaissance.And he was interested in the future in his many speculative science fiction tales, often published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction eight of these stories were published under the title, Unearthly Beasts His novel Uniad sees a world in which individuality has shrunk.Jay Williams novel The Forger examines commercialism and art, and the relation of art to real life.His interest in history is reflected in the non fiction books he wrote The Middle Ages, Knights of the Crusades, The Spanish Armada, and Joan of Arc, as well as his young adult Landmark book on World War II, The Battle for the North Atlantic.Williams over wrote about the environment, in his Fall of the Sparrow, where he describes the loss of numerous animal and bird species, often due to man and a travel book, A Change of Climate, a European trip with his son, Chris.In all, he published at least 79 books including 11 picture books, 39 children s novels, 7 adult mysteries, 4 nonfiction books, 8 historical novels and a play.



Comments Danny Dunn and the Smallifying Machine

  • Shawn

    Danny and crew (and Cecil the terrier) are convinced that Prof. Bullfinch, while absorbed in his new project (so secret it's hidden in a barn in the woods and not at his home laboratory), is being shadowed by a spy (well, Cecil really isn't convinced of anything, he's just a dog after all). But an impetuous act by Danny (I'm shocked) causes an accident and now all 5 of them are shrunk down to a quarter of an inch tall can they survive at this size long enough to signal Dr. Grimes about their pre [...]


  • Individualfrog

    Small scale in every sense, this example of the miniaturization genre focuses more on the physics, or at least the physical sensations, involved in being a quarter of an inch high. Any such story, read today, is inevitably in the shadow of those twin giants of smallification, "The Incredible Shrinking Man" and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids". Danny and his friends do not wrestle with the psychological implications of shrinking, as in the former; more surprisingly, nor do they have much of an adventur [...]


  • Celestia

    This is from my 9 year old daughter:It's a book about a boy named Danny Dunn, and his friends Joe and Irene Miller. The story has different conflicts. The first conflict is that they want to find out if spies are following Professor Bullfinch. Another conflict is that after they are smallified they need to get bigger. The high point of the story is when a guy wearing a suitcoat rushes into a barn where Professor Bullfinch's invention, the smallifying machine, is. The conflict resolves when they [...]


  • Mr. Noah Sturdevant

    I read this book over 25 years ago. This and the one with the remote controlled dragon fly have been in my head since then, but I just found the title. This was fun back then, but I think by today's standards it is a little dry.


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