School of Fear by Gitty Daneshvari
Class Is Not Dismissed!

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...it was ok and definitely not awful, but didn't really keep me gripped.
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In this hilarious follow-up to School of Fear, eccentric headmaster Mrs. Wellington demands requests the presence of Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison for a mandatory summer of retraining after discovering that each of her former students has secretly regressed. Facing their fears was terrifying enough, but when the foursome learns they'll be joined by a fifth student, things start to get even scarier.

To make matters worse, the students quickly find themselves tasked with saving their school. And because failing means spending the rest of their lives with unresolved phobias, this is one test they all plan to ace.
 

About Gitty Daneshvari

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Gitty Daneshvari was born in the creepy crawly yet ever so sunny city of Los Fangeles. As a young ghoul she was loquacious, curious, and freakishly fearful. Worried about everything from matted fur to aliens invading to getting stuck in an elevator, her diverse range of phobias was a most burdensome flaw. However, as she grew up and faced her fears, Gitty found they were the perfect inspiration for her defrightful middle grade series School of Fear. Gitty currently lives in New Volt City with her spooktacularly smelly English Bulldog Harriet.
 
Published September 14, 2010 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 296 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by HorseLover3000 on Oct 21 2012

...it was ok and definitely not awful, but didn't really keep me gripped.

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Below average
Reviewed by HorseLover3000 on Aug 07 2012

I thought this book was ok, but it definitely isn't one of my favourites. I got bored in the middle of the book - it could do with a lot more action.

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