My Weird School Goes to the Museum I Can Read! Level 2

A new series of Level Two I Can Read titles based on Dan Gutman's My Weird School series, which has sold more than 10 million books!A.J. and Andrea are taking a class trip to the...

Guys Read: How I Won the World Series

Children's author and lifelong baseball fan Dan Gutman recounts how he himself was actually the hero in the New York Mets' miraculous defeat of the Boston Red Sox in Game Six of...

Mrs. Kormel is Not Normal

Something weird is going on! First the school bus gets a flat tire, and then Mrs. Kormel is totally lost in the middle of nowhere! Mrs. Kormel is the weirdest bus driver in the...

Mr. Macky is Wacky

Mr. Macky dresses up as Abraham Lincoln to get the students at Ella Mentry School excited about their Presidents' Day oral reports.

My Weirder School: Ms. Sue Has No Clue!

Ella Mentry is having a fund-raiser, and guess who's in charge? Alexia's mom, Ms. Sue! The school's selling everything from popcorn to goldfish to raise money for a new...

Miss Daisy is Crazy My Weird School #1

Prolific and popular author Dan Gutman launches a fun new series with this tale about second-grader A.J. and the unusual school he attends. On the first day of class, A.J. tells...

Ms. Hannah is Bananas My Weird School #4

Award-winning author Dan Gutman delivers the fourth amusing tale from his popular My Weird School series. Even for an art teacher, Ms. Hannah is pretty strange. She wears dresses...

The Million Dollar Shot

Eddie "Air" Ball wants to win the Finkle Foods poetry contest for a chance to sink a million-dollar free throw at halftime of the NBA finals. He knows he can make the shot, no...

My Weird School Special: Bummer in the Summer!

With more than 23 million books sold, the My Weird School series really gets kids listening!School’s almost out for the summer, and A.J. is dreaming about all the fun things...

The Flashback Four #1: The Lincoln Project

Congratulations! You are invited to participate in a very special once-in-a-lifetime experience. Please do not share this invitation or discuss it with anyone.In New York Times...

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