Maxx Comedy: The Funniest Kid in America

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Disney-Hyperion, Apr 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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After hearing about a competition for "The Funniest Kid in America," Max Carmody renames himself and begins to make a tape that will surely win him the prize, but things don't go as easy as he expected and all the other distractions in his life are certainly not helping the situation. Reprint.

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User Review  - Colten - Goodreads

This book is funny at the beginning. Towards the end the book starts to be boring, thats what I think about this book.This book is about him going on this journey to be a comedian. Whoever wins get thousand dollars. Also his mom and dad dont live together. Read full review

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User Review  - Noah Fisher - Goodreads

The book was rather pathetic and more for a third grader. It had corny jokes and sort of had some outlandish third grader hopes. Very disappointed. Read full review


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Marcy Kelman is a freelance writer and editor who has worked in publishing for 15 years. She wrote Great Minds Start Little: A Guide for Parents; 365 Days of Baby Einstein; Peek-a-Boo Bard; Word Adventure;Nighttime Lullaby; Baby Galileo World Around Me: Sky; Animal Homes; See and SpyColors; Baby MacDonald Look and Find; Numbers and Shapes Discovery Cards; and the My First Book of ... series for Disney's Baby Einstein line. She has also written titles for Disney's Little Einsteins line, including Butterfly Suits, June's New Shoes, Quincy's Dream, Annie's Solo Mission,Leo's Baton, Pirates Treasure, and How We Became the Little Einsteins. Marcy lives in Monroe, Connecticut with her husband and two children.

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