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In an effort to put the town of Gerbil, Pennsylvania on the map, the residents open up The First National Drive-Thru Museum of American Sightseeing and Clean Rest Rooms and stage a gerbil roundup and jubilee.


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In an effort to put the town of Gerbil, Pennsylvania on the map, the residents open up The First National Drive-Thru Museum of American Sightseeing and Clean Rest Rooms and stage a gerbil roundup and jubilee.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Melinda Christensen

    Elton Wazoo and McBeth McBeth lived in a town called Gerbil, Idaho, where the main industry was guess what . . . gerbils! The town council met and decided that they needed something that would put the ordinary town on the map, something that would draw tourists. Several people had lousy suggestions, but finally they chose to hold a contest to discover the best idea to draw people to Gerbil. Finally the two friends mentioned above came up with a compelling idea: a museum that would house an Elton Wazoo and McBeth McBeth lived in a town called Gerbil, Idaho, where the main industry was guess what . . . gerbils! The town council met and decided that they needed something that would put the ordinary town on the map, something that would draw tourists. Several people had lousy suggestions, but finally they chose to hold a contest to discover the best idea to draw people to Gerbil. Finally the two friends mentioned above came up with a compelling idea: a museum that would house an example of something notable from every state. So they, with Mr. Wazoo, went from state to state in an old elephantobile and filled it with remarkable items. Their idea went off like a bang! Tourists from all over visited Gerbil, and as a result, new businesses went up all over town. Finally, the town council decided they needed to sponsor a "great gerbil round up." As you can imagine, it was a chaotic mess. You have to read the book to find out how they resolved the clutter and confusion. This is a delightful, problem-solving book for children. I enjoyed it tremendously, thinking, "the grass is always greener on the other side."

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