Attack of the Tagger

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Nolan Byrd single-handedly saved his school from the bullydom of Alvin “Bubba” Bixby. He posted proof of Bubba’s exploits on the Web at Shredderman.com. Now Shredderman is the school hero! But since Shredderman’s identity is a secret, everyone still treats Nolan like . . . a nerd.

But inside this nerd beats a superhero’s heart—one dedicated to truth and justice. So when a vandal spray-paints graffiti around town—and even on his teacher’s van!—Nolan decides that tracking down the tagger is a job for Shredderman.

But while he’s trying to trap the tagger, the tagger is trying to pin the blame on Shredderman! Can Nolan turn the tables back around before his secret identity is revealed?
 

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SHREDDERMAN: ATTACK OF THE TAGGER

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Self-styled "cyber-superhero" Nolan Byrd once again wields digital camera and Web site in defense of truth, justice, and just deserts for bullies. Someone's painting silly faces all over town, and ... Read full review

Contents

Slireddiif Sidekick
1
Z Toasting Peanut Butter
9
Duuh
18
Toilet Bowl Spy
26
The Can Tums Up
35
Old Town
44
Fighting Back
53
Along for the Ride
63
Spraying Cyberspace
81
Mistaken Identity
89
Mom and Dad Boot Up
98
Dirty Disguise
110
Trash Sack Hero
119
Up Up and Away
133
Busted
147
Truth and Justice Prevail
158

Mapping Out Evidence
72

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About the author (2004)

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.