Mr. Klutz Is Nuts! (My Weird School, Book 2)

Mr. Klutz Is Nuts! (My Weird School, Book 2)

Dan Gutman

Language: English

Pages: 21

ISBN: 0439700434

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Never before has school been this mixed up — or this much fun!

Principal Klutz was hanging upside down from the school flagpole! He kissed a pig on the lips and painted his bald head orange! And now he wants to bungee jump off the roof of the school dressed as Santa Claus!

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me and she said, ‘That’s the last straw!’ Then she told me to go to your office. I swear I didn’t take any straws. I don’t even know where she keeps the straws.” “I see,” Mr. Klutz said, rubbing his chin. “I thought it had something to do with a hockey game that got out of control. And there’s this little matter of forgetting to bring in current events.” “Well, that too.” Mr. Klutz didn’t look like he was going to torture me. In fact, he didn’t look mad at all. “You may not believe this,” he

in our school read a million pages in books, and as a reward we turned the gym into a video-game arcade? That was quite successful. Mr. Klutz even dressed up in a gorilla suit for the evening, if I recall.” “How about a chocolate party?” suggested Andrea. “Yeah!” everybody yelled. “Mmmm,” said Miss Daisy. “I like that idea!” We all got very excited, because if there is one thing that just about everybody loves, it’s chocolate. Kids started shouting out things we could have at the party, like

than ever. Everybody in the whole school got involved doing math problems so we could win the party, even the teachers. During library period, Mrs. Roopy asked us questions like, “If the library had a hundred books and you checked out fifty of them, how many would be left in the library?” During music period, Mr. Hynde asked us questions like, “If the school only has ten trumpets and six kids sign up to take trumpet lessons, how many more kids can sign up for trumpet lessons?” Miss Daisy

My mom says that all eight-year-old boys have to go to school, so I guess there’s nothing I can do about it. But when I grow up, I’m going to be a professional hockey player. You don’t have to know how to read or write or do math to shoot a puck into a net. Actually, that’s what I was doing when my teacher, Miss Daisy, sent me to the principal’s office. You see, me and my friends Michael and Ryan were playing hockey with a tennis ball during recess. We were shooting the ball at a tree to

spelling words,” Mr. Klutz repeated. “That’s my final offer. Take it or leave it. And every word must be spelled correctly. Have a nice day.” During lunch, I was sure that Andrea was going to start her list of spelling words just to show how smart she was. But she didn’t. She just kind of sat there, picking at her food quietly. “You know, I’ve been thinking,” she finally said. “I’m beginning to wonder if something might be wrong with Mr. Klutz.” “Like what?” Emily asked. “Maybe he has some

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