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Ms. Sue Has No Clue! (Paperback)
With over six million copies sold, Dan Gutman's take on the weirdness at Ella Mentry School really gets kids reading
It's time for the annual Ella Mentry School fund-raiser, and guess who's in charge? Alexia's mom, Ms. Sue She has the teachers selling everything from summer sausages and cheesy popcorn to dead goldfish in plastic bags to raise money for new playground equipment. But what happens when Ms. Sue crosses the line? Somebody's going to end up in the big house (and by "big house," we don't mean a big house ).
Dan Gutman's hugely popular My Weird School series has a special following among reluctant readers. Don't miss the hilarious adventures of A.J. and the gang.
About the Author
Dan Gutman has always been a baseball fanatic. He played in Little League as a kid, and one of the first magazine articles he ever sold explained the science behind the spitball, the scuffball, and corked bats. When he thought about the T206 Honus Wagner the most valuable baseball card in the world he began to write honus & me, his first Baseball Card Adventure.
Dan is also the author of the New York Times bestselling Genius Files series, as well as the internationally bestselling My Weird School series.
Jim Paillot lives in Arizona (another weird place) with his weird wife and two weird children. Isn t that weird?