Attack of the Tagger

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Yearling, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 163 pages
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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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

Shreddin Sidekick
1
Toasting Peanut Butter
9
Duuh
18
Toilet Bowl Spy
26
The Can Turns 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 (2006)

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.


From the Hardcover edition.