Max Quigley: Technically Not a Bully
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Mar 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 202 pages
For readers just past Captain Underpants, for those who relish the sort of humor of Louis Sachar and Jack Gantos, here is a hilarious novel by an author who truly gets boys. His main character Max Quigley is no angel; in fact one might call him a bully. But even as he taunts "wimpy Nerdstrom," he also begins to understand him. A most unlikely friendship grows. In the end, Max wins readers over, keeps them laughing, shows he is capable of change, and ultimately, brings us to a better understanding of boy dynamics.
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Review: Max Quigley, Technically Not a BullyUser Review - Nicole - Goodreads
The genre of this book is contemporary realistic fiction. The age range for this book is 8 and up. This book is about bullying and looking in from a bully prespective. I rated this book three stars ... Read full review
Review: Max Quigley, Technically Not a BullyUser Review - Alyssa Winegar - Goodreads
I read story called technically not a bully By James Roy it was written in 2007 story tells about a boy name Max Quigley and his friend,nerdstrom Max, nerdstrom and a bully are all in 1st grade. One ... Read full review