My Weird School #19: Dr. Carbles Is Losing His Marbles! (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Something weird is going on!

It's Thanksgiving! A.J. is thankful for four days off from school. But he's not thankful for Dr. Carbles, who is grumpier than ever. Dr. Carbles even fires Mr. Klutz! Will A.J. and his friends be able to save their principal's job?

  

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Review: Dr. Carbles Is Losing His Marbles! (My Weird School #19)

User Review  - Marianna H - Goodreads

The book Mr.Carbles is losing his marbles is very strange.The writing was effective. The strength was that characters wanted their principal back to school. The weakness was that how was the ... Read full review

Review: Dr. Carbles Is Losing His Marbles! (My Weird School #19)

User Review  - Emmanuel Clark - Goodreads

this book was terrible, not funny, so bad, dr.carbles was huge jerk, this book in my opinion, is the worse my weird school book, in the series Read full review

Contents

Squanto and Pocahontas
1
Turkeys Are Weird
5
Meet the New Boss
14
Dr Carbles Is a Meanie
22
Being Frank
30
Dr Carbles Is Watching You
40
The Truth About Dr Carbles
46
Farout Man
57
How to Drive Grownups Crazy
67
The Torture Room
76
The Big Skateoff
81
You Can Rent Anything
91
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Dan Gutman has always been a baseball fanatic. He played in Little League as a kid, and one of the first magazine articles he ever sold explained the science behind the spitball, the scuffball, and corked bats. When he thought about the T206 Honus Wagner—the most valuable baseball card in the world—he began to write honus & me, his first Baseball Card Adventure.

Dan is also the author of the New York Times bestselling Genius Files series, as well as the internationally bestselling My Weird School series.

Jim Paillot lives in Arizona (another weird place) with his weird wife and two weird children. Isn’t that weird?

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