Rotten School #6: The Heinie Prize

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Harper Collins, Apr 14, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages

Is Belzer a loser?

Just because he wears T-shirts that say I need a Tutor and Ask Me About My Allergies?

Just because he picks scabs off his knees and eats them?

Belzer's parents think he's a loser. They want to take him out of Rotten School. Every year Mrs. Heinie awards the Heinie Prize to the Most Outstanding Fourth Grader. Bernie Bridges wants Belzer to win the Heinie. Then his parents will have to let him stay. But that spoiled rich kid Sherman Oaks wants to win the Heinie, too.

Can Bernie pull off a miracle?

Will Belzer be the royal Heinie?

 

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I enjoyed it alot.money well spent.I own :Lose team lose ,The heinie prize,The good the bad and the very slimy and much more and plan to get more!-10 years old

Contents

Morning Announcements
1
Eoam Eight
3
Who Will Win the Heinie?
8
Dream On
12
A Surprising Letter
17
Belzer Is Outta There
23
Belzer Is the MAN
27
A High Eever?
31
Nose Wars
62
Brilliant
65
The Bernie Shuffle
68
We Werent Cheating
72
Moonlight Over Poopers Pond
77
Belzer the Hero
82
A Surprise Winner
84
2O The King Speaks
90

A EleshEating Disease
35
Bernie the Slave
37
1O Mrs H Has a Good Laugh
43
Why the Twins Screamed
50
A Bowling Accident
56
The Monster Strikes
95
A Palace for the King
101
59
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R.L. Stine has more than 350 million English language books in print, plus international editions in 32 languages, making him one of the most popular children’s authors in history. Besides Goosebumps, R.L. Stine has written other series, including Fear Street, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room, and Dangerous Girls. R.L. Stine lives in New York with his wife, Jane, and his Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Minnie. Visit him online at www.rlstine.com.

Trip Park grew up in Ithaca, New York, and went to college at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was first drawn to advertising. He then moved to Chicago, later New York, where he joined advertising agencies and worked on kids’ favorites including Cap’n Crunch, Gatorade, Kellogg’s, and Ronald McDonald. His children’s commercials have won numerous awards. But advertising also brought something equally as rewarding. There he got to work with some of his favorite illustrators. Watching these artists create their pieces inspired Trip Park to try his hand at illustrating himself.

Trip Park has illustrated a number of children's books including Gopher Up Your Sleeve, written by Tony Johnston, Trout, Trout, Trout! (A Fish Chant) and Ant, Ant, Ant! (An Insect Chant), both written by April Pulley Sayre. He has also developed characters and helped animate commercials for Nickelodeon, The California State Fair, Lego, and many others. When Rotten School came along, the opportunity to translate to the drawing board R.L. Stine’s cast of kids was a wonderful chance to combine his love for children’s illustration with this group of rotten students. His work can be seen at www.tripparkproductions.com.

Trip lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife, Laura and four children.

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