Was Auntie Maim an Axe Murderer? You Might Have Thought So "Auntie
Mame, on the other hand, can teach all of us an important lesson"
The little things in life sometimes aren't so little. Sheldon
Beasley, 13, learned that lesson when his attempt to audition for a
role in the wildly popular play Auntie Mame went horribly awry.
In a letter to the play's director, Sheldon made several
references to "Auntie Maim." Oops. That's no way to impress the
boss, who politely notified Sheldon he would not be invited to
But Sheldon's best friend, Tabby Moore, wouldn't let Sheldon
give up. She organized a political-like campaign on Sheldon's
behalf. Problem was, Sheldon, Tabby and friends suddenly found
themselves in the adult world, battling adults on the adults' turf.
With those odds, the kids' outlook was bleak.
Auntie Maim, Revenge of the Homophones, is for you if you enjoy:
A kids versus adults struggleHumorAn adventure in
Auntie Maim, Revenge of the Homophones, is part two of The
Sheldon Beasley Series by author David Tish. The book is funny,
engaging and a lively read. It is appropriate for kids 9 and up,
but it has a moral that speaks to all ages.Scroll up and grab a
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