Eight Daniels and a Jack
|Title:||Eight Daniels and a Jack|
|Publisher:||Agent With Style|
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From LRH Balzer comes a collection of new and never-published stories about six little Dannys and two bigger Daniels, which will capture your heart from the very first page. Big blue eyes, golden blond hair and a smile that will make you melt... and he's usually got Jack just where he wants him.
The story descriptions are from the publisher's website.
- Jack's Son 11 -- "Do you miss little Doug? Included are four brand new short stories in the Jack's Son series, continuing from where "Jack's Son 10" ended."
- The T.T. Project -- W"ondering what's happening with one-year-old Danny from Homeworld Security Daycare? Here you'll read how Jack and Homeworld Command is faring with Danny, the wandering toddler who only needs to think where he wants to go, and is instantly there."
- Danyal's Village -- "An old African proverb says it takes a village to raise a child. Meet baby Danyal's village: Jack, Daniel, Sam, and Teal'c. Daniel is freaking out, Jack is calm as a cucumber, Sam just knows she's going to drop the baby, and Teal'c doesn't understand why a human infant could possibly need so many items, but if Danyal requires them, Teal'c is positive they can all be found at Target."
- Twofold -- "Daniel never even touched anything this time... but he found himself split into two identical four-year-old twins--"Daniel," who has the full memories of his adult self and "Danny," who has Daniel's memories only to age four. Uncle Jack now has twice the problems and twice the rewards. But will Daniel be able to relate to his fellow scientists and co-workers at the SGC, when all they can see is an adorable four-year-old?"
- A Camel's Job -- "Lumpy the stuffed camel came into Daniel's life from another child who said Lumpy had told her he needed to live with Daniel because he needed a special friend. Now Lumpy has made a decision to be given to another child in need, and little 3-year-old Daniel has sadly said goodbye and passed him on. But even though Lumpy is no longer in his hands, Daniel finds the stuffed camel still has hold of his heart. What can Jack do to help?"