Stickers, Silly Bandz, Rainbow Looms, fidget spinners . . . buttons?! A brand-new school story about friendship and fads from the bestselling author of Frindle.
ANDREW CLEMENTS is the New York Times bestselling author of the beloved modern classic Frindle, which has sold over six million copies, won nineteen state awards (and been nominated for thirty-eight!), and been translated into over a dozen languages. Andrew began writing while a public school teacher outside of Chicago. He has watched many fads come and go, from the yo-yo to the fidget spinner, and once even a paper palm tree fad that swept his classroom--and was later described in a book. Called the "master of school stories" by Kirkus Reviews, Andrew is now the author of over eighty acclaimed books for kids, including, most recently, The Losers Club, which School Library Journal called "engaging and funny" in a starred review. Andrew lives in Maine with his wife, Becky. They have four grown sons and two rascally cats. Visit Andrew online at AndrewClements.com.
Praise for The Friendship War
A 2021-2022 Louisiana Young Readers' Choice Award Program Nominated Title
On-point. --Publishers Weekly
A girl accidentally starts a school fad, causing a rift with her best friend, in this latest novel fromClements. The funny, science-loving Grace is an endearing narrator--just the right person to document the strange but creative ways her classmates' button obsession flourishes. A fun, charming story about fads and the friendships thatoutlast them. --Booklist
Praise for Andrew Clements's The Losers Club
I LOVED this book. . . . Five stars. --Colby Sharp, teacher, blogger, and cofounder of the Nerdy Bookclub
Refreshing and empowering. --Booklist
Readers will instantly relate. --Publishers Weekly
Another upbeat, modern school story sure to please fans and teachers. --Kirkus Reviews Praise for Andrew Clements! Clements is a genius. --The New York Times
We have never read an Andrew Clements book that we haven't loved. --The Washington Post
* The master of the . . . feel-good school story. --Kirkus Reviews, Starred