Explains how Trevor deprogrammed his brainwashed class from loving homework.
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Born in 1962 in Denver, Colorado, Scott Nickel works by day at Paws, inc., Jim Davis's famous Garfield studio, and he freelances by night. Burning the midnight oil, Scott has created hundreds of humorous greeting cards and written several children's books, short fiction for ""Boys' Life"" magazine, comic strips, and lots of really funny knock-knock jokes. He was raised in southern California, but in 1995 Scott moved to Indiana, where he currently lives with his wife, two sons, six cats, and several sea monkeys.Review:
STORY SYNOPSIS -- The fourth grade students have a substitute teacher, but something is just not right. Luckily for Trevor, he had to use the restroom. When he got back to class the other children had all been turned into zombies who loved homework. He --The Graphic Classroom Blog
Grade 2-5 Graphic novel meets hi-lo reader in these three hyperkinetic entries aimed at reluctant readers. In Scorpion, Mitchell is bored on a museum field trip until the guide relates a legend connected with a jeweled statue: if you dream about the Red S --School Library Journal
This silly science-fiction adventure is fast-paced. The contemporary dialogue, easy to follow plot, and bright cartoon pictures are sure to attract the youngsters, and will be especially appealing to struggling and reluctant readers. --Garland Independent School District (Garland, TX)
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