Fourth Grade Weirdo by Martha Freeman

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Dexter is like a square peg in a round hole: he just can’t fit in. All the kids in his class enjoy the zany things their teacher Mr. Ditzwinkle does to make learning fun. All except Dexter, the weirdo who prefers the same routine. But when things start disappearing from school, Dexter is surprised that his teacher is suspected. Dexter thinks Mr. Ditzwinkle is odd, but he knows he’s not a crook.

Can Dexter the weirdo prove it by catching the real thief?
 

About Martha Freeman

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Martha Freeman has also written Stinkbomb Mom and The Year My Parents Ruined My Life.
 
Published February 1, 2000 by Holiday House. 148 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Dexter fears he's an oddball because he carries a "dweebacious" briefcase and eats only black jelly beans.

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A subplot concerning the rivalry between Dexter and classmate Eric--""problem child of the universe""--whose moms are competing for the school board position, provides some tension, but most of the entertainment stems from Dexter's ability to laugh at himself.

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