Max Quigley : technically not a bully / written and illustrated by James Roy
Book | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | 2009 | First American edition.

Additional actions:

Details

Edition
First American edition.
Description
202 pages : illustrations 22 cm
Note
Originally published as Problem child in 2007 by Puffin Australia.
Summary
After playing a prank on one of his "geeky" classmates, sixth-grader Max Quigley's punishment is to be tutored by him.
Contents
Skin tags -- A worthy adversary -- Miracles of math -- A rhetorical question, and Nerdstrom doesn't throw up -- A non-rhetorical question -- Crime and punishment -- Dad ups the ante -- Doing time -- Nerdstrom stays away -- The kid -- The kid returns -- A little chat with Nerdstrom --The big, stupid idea -- The bigger, stupider idea -- Nerdstrom talks about attitude -- The recruit -- Mr. Sigsworth screws up -- Cameron learns (some of) the truth -- The development of Casey -- April Fools' Day -- Dad runs out of ideas -- Nerdstrom calls -- Loyal Casey -- Nerdstrom has a theory -- Jared gets sick and tired -- The treb -- Jared kind of finds out -- The poem -- Stupid Casey -- Nerdstrom knows it -- I do some research -- Nerdstrom refuses to help himself -- We put the smack-down on -- Nerdstrom is stuffed -- Casey gets lost -- We have our stupid book assembly.
Study Program
Accelerated Reader AR MG 5.3 5.0 130014.
Subject
Added Title
Problem child
ISBN
9780547152639
0547152639
Extras
Back to top