Max Quigley: Technically Not a Bully

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Mar 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 202 pages
12 Reviews
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 Bully

User 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 Bully

User 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

About the author (2009)

James Roy is the winner of four Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Notable Books and two CBCA Honor Books. He lives in Hazelbrook, Australia.

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