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Henry ‘The Fonz’ Winkler adds a new title to his best-selling Hank Zipzer series. Hank does not want to spend his summer in Summer School. That’s no holiday! Instead, he wants to go to the Junior Explorer’s Program and it doesn’t help that Nick the Tick McKelty, the meanest mouth in the fourth grade, says that it is not for dummies. How Hank manages to give himself the best worst summer ever is a hilarious and uplifting story.
This is the eighth book in the New York Times bestselling series about the hilarious adventures of a cheeky, loveable hero. Summer and school are two words that Hank Zipzer doesn't want to hear in the same sentence. Being stuck inside a hot classroom all summer is not his idea of fun - but maybe he'll learn a cool lesson or two...
This is a vibrant reissue with all new illustrations and fully Anglicized text, including a new title (the book was previously called Summer School! What Genius Thought That Up?).
It is also available as an eBook.
Boys who struggle in school will especially appreciate the story, but this enjoyable, fast-paced novel will draw other children as well. Booklist.
|Publication date:||2nd May 2013|
|Author:||Henry Winkler, Lin Oliver|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||General Fiction, Humorous, School Stories|
Henry Winkler As a child Henry Winkler was born in New York City, the son of Ilse and Harry Winkler who emigrated from Germany to the United States in 1939 before the beginning of the Second World War. He made his acting debut as Billy Budd in the eighth grade at the McBurney School for Boys in New York City. During his high school and college years, he studied in Lausanne, Switzerland and worked in a lumber mill in a small German town. As an adult Henry’s role as “The Fonz” in the popular US sitcom Happy ...More About Henry Winkler, Lin Oliver