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A book about a troublemaker who learns a very important lesson at the end. Read the sample review to know more about this amazing book!


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Here's a sample review; Have you ever seen a trouble maker? One that stuffs cheese in kids' ears, runs in the halls and draws offensive pictures of people? Well that is the description of Clay Hensley, in the book Trouble Maker by Andrew Clements. One day Clay draws picture of the principal
Mr.Kelling as a donkey. Surprisingly, Clay is jovial of his work. Mitch, Clay's brother, also gets in harassment a lot. Because of the Mitch's unsatisfactory actions, he was sent to jail. When he returned, it was as if he was a whole new person. After experiencing the consequences of going to jail, he wanted Clay to stay out of trouble. Clay tries his best to keep his promise with Mitch, but it was very hard for him. As you can see, Troublemaker, by Andrew Clements, teaches a lesson about doing the right things.Trouble Maker was funny and full of potential.This book is about the fine line between good-humored mischief and dangerous behavior and how everyday choices can close or open doors.

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Added on February 18, 2014
Last Updated on February 18, 2014
Tags: Trouble, troublemaker, maker, Andrew, Andrew Clements, book, kids


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