101 Ways To Bug Your Friends And Enemies

Paperback | September 1, 2011

byLee Wardlaw

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The fun, wacky series is back and middle schoolers will love the third zany installment!

Steve "Sneeze" Wyatt is back and muddling through typical middle school experiences in an entirely atypical way. Between dodging the meathead golf team bully and puzzling out why girls have him and his friends acting so odd, everyone struggles through the throes of friendship and first love with a distinctly Cyrano de Bergerac spin. With a hilarious ensemble cast, plenty of zingy banter, and just the right amount of gross-outs, this latest in the 101 Ways series delivers exactly what fans want, and is sure to earn new ones too.

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The fun, wacky series is back and middle schoolers will love the third zany installment!Steve "Sneeze" Wyatt is back and muddling through typical middle school experiences in an entirely atypical way. Between dodging the meathead golf team bully and puzzling out why girls have him and his friends acting so odd, everyone struggles throu...

Lee Wardlaw (www.leewardlaw.com) lives in Santa Barbara, California. Her 101 Ways to Bug Your Teacher was an IRA-CBC Children's Choice and earned many other state awards and nominations.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 7.69 × 5.13 × 0.81 inPublished:September 1, 2011Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0142419494

ISBN - 13:9780142419496

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“With a unique cast of characters (including supportive parents) and plenty of conflict and humor, this is a good choice for reluctant readers.” — School Library Journal

“This offers up an appealing protagonist, . . . diverse characters, as well as a nice blend of humor and sympathy. An entertaining read.” — Booklist