A Very Comical Book Club

Prepare to die laughing because I have come up with the funniest books I could find for us to read this fall! There will be parental pranks, accidental (not so accidental) fire alarm pullings, and a bunch of other hilarious shenanigans. Tune in as we read Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (By James Patterson) and Matilda (By Roald Dahl), two of the most different books but both extremely funny! You won't want to miss this!

Info:
Dates: November 7th, 2020- January 2nd, 2021
When: Every Saturday (excluding December 26th), at 12:30pm Eastern Time
Sign Ups Start: Now!
Sign Ups End: November 6th, 2020
Length: 8 Weeks
Ages: 9-11
Price: $25

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life:
Rafe Khatchadorian has enough problems at home without throwing his first year of middle school into the mix. Luckily, he's got an ace plan for the best year ever, if only he can pull it off: With his best friend Leonardo the Silent awarding him points, Rafe tries to break every rule in his school's oppressive Code of Conduct. Chewing gum in class--5,000 points! Running in the hallway--10,000 points! Pulling the fire alarm--50,000 points! But when Rafe's game starts to catch up with him, he'll have to decide if winning is all that matters, or if he's finally ready to face the rules, bullies, and truths he's been avoiding.

Matilda:
Matilda is a little girl who is far too good to be true. At age five-and-a-half she's knocking off double-digit multiplication problems and blitz-reading Dickens. Even more remarkably, her classmates love her even though she's a super-nerd and the teacher's pet. But everything is not perfect in Matilda's world. For starters she has two of the most idiotic, self-centered parents who ever lived. Then there's the large, busty nightmare of a school principal, Miss ("The") Trunchbull, a former hammer-throwing champion who flings children at will and is approximately as sympathetic as a bulldozer. Fortunately for Matilda, she has the inner resources to deal with such annoyances: astonishing intelligence, saintly patience, and an innate predilection for revenge.
She warms up with some practical jokes aimed at her hapless parents, but the true test comes when she rallies in defense of her teacher, the sweet Miss Honey, against the diabolical Trunchbull. There is never any doubt that Matilda will carry the day. Even so, this wonderful story is far from predictable. Roald Dahl, while keeping the plot moving imaginatively, also has an unerring ear for emotional truth. The reader cares about Matilda because in addition to all her other gifts, she has real feelings.

Here is a sneak peak at some of the crafts we will be doing:

Double Chocolate Fudge

DIY Ducktape Notebook

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