The Odd Squad Zero Tolerance by Michael Fry
  

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It’s easy to see how the Odd Squad got their nick name! Nick, Molly and Karl are certainly a little bit unusual! But they are very good friends and they do have a very important job to do when they save the school from the horrible bully Roy. Wherever they go, the Odd Squad seem to leave a trail of hilarious disasters! Nick tells their story capturing the very many terrible things that happen to them in words and pictures.

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The Odd Squad Zero Tolerance by Michael Fry

After taming the school's biggest bully, Nick, Molly and Karl expect to bask in Safety Patrol glory. But without a bully to set straight, all they're left with is helping sixth graders cross the hall and reminding everyone that Jell-o meat stains. Enter new kid Simone, who shakes up the team and soon Nick is facing trouble. Big trouble. Explusion-level trouble. He needs help, and fast, because if there's one thing worse than being the shortest seventh grader in the history of the world, it's having to go through it twice.

About the Author

Michael Fry

Michael Fry is an American cartoonist, online media entrepreneur and screenwriter. His comic strip Over the Hedge is syndicated nationally and his work has appeared in many print and online publications.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
240 pages
Interest Age: from 9 to 11

Author

Michael Fry
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Publisher

Faber Children's Books an imprint of Faber & Faber

Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9780571309078

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