A Bad Day for VoodooeBook - 2012
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SkokieStaff_Youth Jun 15, 2020
I laughed my way through this silly romp. One of Tyler's teachers is treating him unfairly, so best friend Adam gets him a voodoo doll of the teacher. What could possibly go wrong? Recommended by Mary
Tyler's friend Adam presents him with a gift: a voodoo doll made in the image of Tyler's mean world history teacher, Mr. Click. Adam promises that sticking a pin in the doll will cause Mr. Click some discomfort which will give Tyler some satisfaction. Tyler thinks this is ridiculous. Voodoo dolls... Read More »
Tyler's friend Adam presents him with a gift: a voodoo doll made in the image of Tyler's mean world history teacher, Mr. Click. Adam promises that sticking a pin in the doll will cause Mr. Click some discomfort which will give Tyler some satisfaction. Tyler thinks this is ridiculous. Voodoo doll... Read More »
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INTERMISSION: Take a break and read the Hunger Games again.
CHAPTER 16: [excerpt from Chapter 1] Whoa. Why did the first chapter suddenly show up? That wasn't supposed to happen. Must of been a software glitch. Sorry about the technical difficulties... I guess that intermission threw everybody off a bit. We've got it sorted out now, though, and here's the real Chapter 16.
From the FAQs at the beginning:
"Q: Is any material in this book inappropriate for teenagers or those who wish to become teeagers someday?
A:Oh yeah. All of it. Teenagers, don't let any responsible adults catch you reading this, because they will absolutely freak. They'll flap their arms around and shout, "This is going to destroy society! Kids copy everything in books! All is lost, all is lost!"
(Note to librarians: I'm only kidding. It's not that bad. I mean, it's gorier than Winnie the Pooh, and the word "crap" is used fifteen times, but none of the major curse words are represented, and nobody gets nekkid.)
(Note to teenagers: Or DO they...?)
“I cursed. (S-word, f-word, s-word, d-word, s-word times three, f-word, and a z-word I made up on the spot.)
I kicked a brick wall.
I said the z-word again in response to the pain that came from kicking a brick wall.”
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