School Fever

Paperback | May 12, 2015

byBrod BagertIllustratorRobert Neubecker

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A kid's-eye view of school, crammed with enough funny to fill a big yellow bus!

Snappy and hilarious in true Brod Bagert style, these goofy poems are united by their kid authenticity and quirky school themes. From a computer virus that one kid claims is sure to keep him homesick until summer vacation, to the librarian who tames "the savage beast" (a mouse run amok in the library), to a superhero recruited to scare off the school bully, this is most definitely not your typical poetry collection. Robert Neubecker's bright, dynamic artwork propels each poem into another stratosphere of funny. By the end, kids will have contracted a different strain of school fever altogether.

"Kids will appreciate the humor and will see themselves in the high-energy narrator"—Booklist

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A kid's-eye view of school, crammed with enough funny to fill a big yellow bus!Snappy and hilarious in true Brod Bagert style, these goofy poems are united by their kid authenticity and quirky school themes. From a computer virus that one kid claims is sure to keep him homesick until summer vacation, to the librarian who tames "the sav...

Brod Bagert (www.brodbagert.com) is the author of many books of poetry for children and adults, including Giant Children (illustrated by Todd Arnold) and Shout! (illustrated by Sachiko Yoshikawa). He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.Robert Neubecker (neubecker.com) is the author and illustrator of several award-winning books for kids, i...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 10.5 × 8.5 × 0.1 inPublished:May 12, 2015Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0147514509

ISBN - 13:9780147514509

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“Kids will appreciate the humor and will see themselves in the high-energy narrator.”—Booklist