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Mike Knudson lives in North Salt Lake, Utah. Steve Wilkinson lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Stacy Curtis lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Gr 2-4-A rollicking, laugh-out-loud look at fourth grade through the eyes of two lifelong pals. The boys figure that this year, since they are the oldest kids at East Millcreek Elementary, they'll rule the school, but nothing seems to work out as planned. First, Raymond ends up having the creepiest teacher ever, then Graham accidentally shaves off his own eyebrow. After auditions for the school play, Raymond, who covets the role of Scrooge, gets a small part with a silly line about plum pudding. Faced with more ups and downs-and one hilarious situation after another-the boys begin to wonder if fourth grade will turn out to be a total disaster. Narrated by Raymond, this story is filled with nonstop action and kid-friendly humor. Done in an exaggerated cartoon style, Curtis's occasional black-and-white illustrations perfectly suit the tone of the text. Fans of Dav Pilkey's "Captain Underpants" series (Scholastic) or Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Abrams, 2007) are in for big fun involving prunes, false teeth, misplaced first kisses, and two true-blue friends.-Andrea Tarr, Corona Public Library, CA Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.
The authors draw a bead on the fourth-grade funny bone and hit a bull's-eye. -Kirkus Reviews