Maxx Comedy: The Funniest Kid in America

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Disney-Hyperion, Mar 28, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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After hearing about a competition for "The Funniest Kid in America," Max Carmody renames himself and begins to make a tape that will surely win him the prize, but things don't go as easy as he expected and all the other distractions in his life are certainly not helping the situation. Reprint.

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MAXX COMEDY: The Funniest Kid in America

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A lighter-than-air tale features Max Carmody, a sixth-grader with a mania (if not, from the evidence at each chapter's head, a talent) for standup, whose attempt to compete in a national comedy ... Read full review


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Gordon Korman is one of the most popular young adult and middle grade authors writing today. He published his first book at the young age of fourteen and has been going strong ever since. A tireless self-promoter, Gordon is constantly traveling across the country to visit different schools. He and his wife, a teacher, live on Long Island with their three children.

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