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Freaky Stuff

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Premonition n.: pre-mo-ni-shun.
Spine-tingling, gut churning feeling you get that you can see into the future where something is about to go horribly wrong!


Look out, World. Fasten your seatbelts. Brian Hobble is back! He's survived all the weird stuff that happened last year when his favorite author, Lance Cummins visited his school. And now Cummins's bestselling book Zombi
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Hardcover, 208 pages
Published November 13th 2007 by Walker Childrens
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BAYA Librarian
Jan 24, 2009 BAYA Librarian rated it really liked it
Shelves: humor, middle-school
Y In this sequel to the book "Weird Stuff," we find Brian saddled with the after-school care of his 5-year-old brother, Matthew. That's not cool because now he can't hang out with the girl he likes or watch the new zombie hunter television show that's based on his favorite book by Lance Cummings. Well, he ends up watching the show with his brother anyway. This turns out to be a bad idea because now his brother is imitating a zombie hunter by attacking "real" zombies in the kick-boxing style of t ...more
Kim3383
Dec 09, 2013 Kim3383 rated it it was amazing
Freaky Stuff is the sequel to Weird Stuff and they are both VERY humorous. So it starts out with Brian Hobble again and he writes emails to Lance Cummings, the author who wrote Brian's favourite book, The Zombie Squad. Brian is giving Lance drafts of his new book, Freaky Stuff (Brian is making books too, just for fun and for writing practice).
So what happens is that after Brian shows his little brother, Matthew, The Zombie Squad, he gets obsessed and starts to believe that The Zombie Squad is a
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Kelley
Jul 24, 2011 Kelley rated it it was amazing
I love these books! Anything that ends with the main character dressing up like a fairy and sprinkling magic fairy dust on a mob of rampaging five-year-olds who want to kill zombies is AMAZING, that's all there is to it. I'm a college student and I still loved reading about Brian, in fact I even stayed up late into the night (or early morning as the case may be) in order to finish it. This is a timeless classic that all people of all ages will love to read. I dare you to read this book and not l ...more
Mika
Nov 18, 2012 Mika is currently reading it
Freaky stuff is a good book. It is hard to take your eye off it. In the the beginning off this book it is pretty confusing, but as time goes on you get what is happening. I inferred in freaky friday when I was reading. He was saying heap3s on one page and the school sounded like it was Australian. I inferred that the story took base in Australia.
Krish
Jan 22, 2013 Krish rated it it was ok
Shelves: abandoned
I think the book was okay. At times it was a real good non-fiction book but sometimes it just got weird and annoying. Like every time something happened Brian would relate it to the show Zombie Squad. I'm not sure maybe I just find the book too childish or its just no my thing. So overall I say it was an okay book.
Jenny
Feb 18, 2008 Jenny rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: 4th and 5th grades
I am having a hard time getting into this book. It is written as an ever going e-mail between an author and a young boy.The book that precides it is Weird Stuff. I am sure boys in fourth or fifth grade would enjoy this so much more than I.
Abel
Nov 11, 2012 Abel rated it really liked it
This book was very interesting. Most of the story was full of fails and mistakes that I used to face in school. Some parts were boring and some parts were really funny. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a humorous fiction book.
Arya
Dec 04, 2012 Arya rated it it was amazing
A fun book and awesome with fiction and realistic fiction combined. Makes the reader want to read all the time until its finished.
Sylvia
May 31, 2007 Sylvia rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction
FREAKY STUFF is about all these scary things that happen to Brian Hobble. Yup, he's back! With even funnier stories. Richard Tulloch is definitely one of my fav authors.
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Richard Tulloch is one of Australia's most popular writers of books, plays, film, and television for young audiences. His television series', which include 150 episodes of the phenomenal BANANAS IN PYJAMAS, have reached an audience of hundreds of millions around the world. In 1998 he won his third Australian Writers' Guild AWGIE award for his play BODY AND SOUL, and was also nominated in America f ...more
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