Allen & Unwin, 2005 - 201 pages
In this funny and fast-paced story, a boy named Toby Judge overcomes his fears to fight for what he believes is right. Kreeb's Correct-a-torium is a school for delinquent children housed in an abandoned monastery full of dungeons and underground passageways. Kids will delight in the gross and gruesome details as Toby infiltrates the school and attempts to save its students from the horrible punishments of the evil, child-hating Professor Kreeb.
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