Mr. Harrison Is Embarrassin'! (My Weirder School, Book 2)

Mr. Harrison Is Embarrassin'! (My Weirder School, Book 2)

Dan Gutman

Language: English

Pages: 112

ISBN: 0061969184

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

My Weirder School weirder than ever!

Mr. Harrison, the tech guy at Ella Mentry School, can fix anything: computers, phones, pencil sharpeners. He can also build anything, like a solar-powered umbrella. What a nerd! But when the power goes out in the school, everyone is yelling and screaming and freaking out in the dark. Can Mr. Harrison save the day?

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said all the boys. “There’s a reason why I called you all in here this morning,” Mr. Klutz told us. “Do you kids remember what happened the last time Ella Mentry visited our school?” How could I forget? It seemed like it was just yesterday. Our school had been named the cleanest school in the district, and Ella Mentry came to the vomitorium at lunchtime to give us the award. The only problem was, I shot some peas and carrots up in the air with a spoon. They stuck to the ceiling for a few

take a computer class after school.” Andrea takes classes in everything after school. If they gave a class in how to take classes, she would take that class so she could get better at class taking. As it turned out, Andrea couldn’t fix the computer. Mr. Granite had to call Mr. Harrison on the intercom. He came running in a few minutes later. “Your computer is on the fritz?” Mr. Harrison asked. “It was working fine just yesterday,” Mr. Granite told him. “Can you get it off the fritz?” I

“Sure,” Alexia and I replied. “So what’s your name, young man?” Mrs. Lilly asked. “My name is A.J. and I hate school,” I told her. “Hello, little girl,” Mrs. Lilly said. “What’s your name?” “My name is A.J. and I hate school,” said Alexia. “Both of you are named A.J.?” Mrs. Lilly asked us. “Yes.” “And both of you hate school?” “Yes.” “Tell me why,” she said. “I need to get a scoop for my paper.” “Why do you need a scoop?” I asked. “Did your dog make a poop?” “No, I mean I’m here to get

“Mrs. Mentry, are you down there?” Michael hollered. There was a long pause, and then . . . “Of course I’m down here!” yelled a faraway voice. “Why is there a hole in the floor? I’m going to sue the school!” Mrs. Mentry sounded pretty mad. “The school is fifty years old,” Mr. Harrison yelled into the hole. “Stuff is breaking all the time.” “Tell me what you see,” Neil yelled. “Any dead squirrels down there?” “I can’t see anything!” Mrs. Mentry shouted back. “Get me out of here! I need to

Harrison said. “We’re going to drill again. Wait. Get back.” We moved out of the way, and the drill started up again. It was really loud. Pieces of cement were falling around us. It was scary and cool at the same time. And then, suddenly, the drill came through, and we could see a big hole open above us. Light flooded in. We could hear all the kids upstairs cheering. “Here comes the sun!” I shouted. “We’re saved!” Andrea yelled. We were about to climb up through the hole when I heard a

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