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My Book Beginnings is taken from WHAT LIES BELOW by Barbara Taylor Sissel:
"Zoe Halstead wouldn't go missing until Thursday, the day after Gilly made her a breakfast pancake in the shape of an elephant's head. Zoe ate the ears first, then worked her way up the long trunk, but when she got to the eyes--chocolate chip--dotted mini marshmallows--she balked.