Secret Identity

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Knopf, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 138 pages
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Alvin Bixby: Hulking, knuckles of steel, hideous breath, foul temper. Kids call him: Bubba.

Nolan Byrd: Puny, power walker, math genius, can't keep shoes tied. Kids call him: Nerd.

Bubba has been the bane of Nolan's existence for five long years. So when Mr. Green asks the class to become reporters, Nolan decides he'll write an exposť—on Bubba. He doesn't want to sign his name to it (that'd be suicidal), so Nolan creates a secret identity for himself—on the Internet. He launches Shredderman.com as a place where truth and justice prevail—and bullies get what's coming to them.

This hilariously triumphant story is for any kid who's ever dreamed of unleashing their own inner superhero!
 

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i think this book was great when nolan makes his websit and gets back at bubba bicksby

Contents

Buhha Bixhy
1
Z Mr Green Homework Machine
7
Spy Tools
16
Level 4Ze
31
Secret Identity
40
Building the Site
50
Fliporaina
59
Blastoff
67
Spreading the Xord
76
Confetti Hits the Fan
87
Dr Voss Comes Knocking
95
IZ Yours in Truth and justice
104
Miracle at Table 4
112
Shredderman Gets a Sidekick 1Z1 15 Mr Bixhy
121
Shredderinan Lives
137
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Wendelin Van Draanen enjoys the “three Rs”: reading, running, and rock 'n' roll. The author lives in central CA.

Brian Biggs is an illustrator, designer, graphic novelist, and accordion player. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.

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