How to Survive a Totally Boring Summer by Alice de La Croix

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It’s Randall’s first summer in a new town, and it’s looking like the next few months are going to be pretty boring. But once he and some friends start a chess club, Randall begins to change his mind about his new home. That is until Birdman, a grumpy old man who hangs out in the park where the Checkmate Squad meets to play, tries to interfere. and Gordo, the class bully, threatens to ruin everything. How could Randall’s summer have gone so quickly from drop dead dull to disastrous? Randall and his new friends return for more adventures in this companion book to The Hero of Third Grade (ISBN-13: 978-0-8234-1745-2 | $25.95)

About Alice de La Croix

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Alice DeLaCroix is the author of a middle grade novel for children, "Mattie's Whisper". She lives in Penfield, New York. Cynthia Fisher has illustrated "Can You Guess Where We're Going?" by Elvira Woodruff and other books for young readers. She lives in Charlemont, Massachusetts.
Published May 1, 2007 by Holiday House. 99 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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