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Strangeville School Is Definitely Not Cursed (Hardcover)
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Get ready to laugh out loud at Strangeville Middle School, the wackiest (definitely not cursed) school ever! This highly illustrated new series is Sideways Stories from Wayside School for a new generation!
Smile! It’s picture day! Except maybe don’t smile, because there’s a glowing lost-and-found box that’s appeared in the cafeteria. Sure, coming to Strangeville Middle has been an adjustment for new kid Harvey Hill, but things seem to be going well. That is, until strange things happen that may or may not be related to a 50-year-old curse (if, of course, curses were real, which they definitely are not).
Luckily Harvey and his friend Stella are on the case. Their classmate Nevaeh seems to think there’s a logical explanation to the sentient robots, flooding hallways, and the glowing lost-and-found box, but Harvey and Stella aren't convinced. Is Harvey brave enough to solve the mystery of the curse (ahem, if there is one)? Or is Strangeville doomed?
“Strangeville School is totally hysterical! It’s like a lopsided, upside down, triple somersault Sideways Stories from Wayside School for a whole new generation.” -- Chris Grabenstein, New York Times bestselling author of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library and I Funny
About the Author
Darcy Miller is the author of Roll, Margot and Mateo Save the World, and Strangeville School Is Totally Normal. She lives in Wisconsin with her two children, her librarian husband, and way too many pets. You can visit Darcy online at www.darcyamiller.com.
Brett Helquist is the illustrator of many books including The Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket, Chasing Vermeer, by Blue Balleitt and most recently Guitar Genius, by Kim Tomsic and Cezanne’s Parrot, by Amy Guglielmo. He is also the author of Bedtime for Bear, Grumpy Goat, and Roger the Jolly Pirate. He grew up in Utah and now lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and two kids. When he’s not working he’s usually trying to play his guitar. You can visit Brett online at www.bretthelquist.com