What's Black and White and Stinks All Over? (George Brown, Class Clown, #4)
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What's Black and White and Stinks All Over? (George Brown, Class Clown #4)

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George Brown's super burps are causing serious trouble for poor George again. And this time the trouble really stinks! The super burp strikes on Field Day during an outdoor class scavenger hunt. George vows to keep out of any mischief, but he winds up getting skunked.
ebook, 128 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Reviewed by Rusty Key Writer: Jordan B. Nielsen

Recommended for: Mainly boys, ages 8 to 10, and any girls who enjoy burp jokes.

One Word Summary: Undemanding.

Not all books should be academic, particularly where kids are concerned. It’s our philosophy that a healthy reading diet is based on balance, much like the FDA approved food pyramid. While books like The Giver and Bridge to Terabithea make up the strong, nutritional, vegetable-equivalent base, Nancy Krulik’s George Brown, Class Clown gleefull...more
Amanda
A silly book for silly children. My seven-year-old read this book to me. He seemed to like it. It was the first longer chapter book I made him read by himself (only getting my help with the more difficult words.) Before I was having him read the Mr. Putter and Tabby books (which he loved!).

I honestly didn't care for this book much myself. I thought it seemed immature, but these are younger boys in the story. Naturally younger boys do act somewhat immature. The child in this story becomes impuls...more
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When you pick George Brown Class Clown up, you will never want to put it down! Nancy Krulik is the best author ever! I think you will love this book! This book is about Field Day. George and his friends do lots of fun things during Field Day like a scavenger hunt and relay races. The main part of this book is that George can't stop burping! He drank a root beer float and then he couldn't stop burping for days. My favorite part of this book is when a skunk sprays George in the face because it's r...more
Sydney
i like the part when Juliana got the part of the sportscaster.
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Nancy Krulik is the author of more than 100 books for children and young adults, including three New York Times bestsellers. She is best known, however, for being the author and creator of the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo book series, which has brought her to the attention of second, third, and fourth graders nationwide.

Nancy has also written extensively for teens and is well known as a biographer of Ho...more
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