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Before solving the mystery that's posed in this very unusual picture-packed book, kids will want to know that Chaffies are white and round, with smiling faces. Chaffies have only one and a half ears--the result of a lawnmower accident--and they aren't very intelligent. Ten silly Chaffies have wandered off into the big, wide world, and have become totally lost. Boys and girls who open this book must find them--and the only way to find them is by studying the humorous color illustrations that fill ten two-page-spreads. Each illustration is filled with a maze of amusing creatures, and each creature looks a little bit like a Chaffy. One Chaffy is lost among a colony packed with pandas, another is hidden among hundreds of cats at the Kitty Circus, and still another Chaffy is wandering among a flock of graveyard ghosts. The hunt and the fun goes on for many more pages in a book that promises to keep kids amused for hours.

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