The Boy Who Lost His FaceBook - 2000
DAVID IS ONLY trying to be cool when he helps some of the popular kids steal Old Lady Bayfield’s cane. But when the plan backfires, he’s the one the “old witch” curses. Now David can’t seem to do anything right. Is it the Bayfield curse at work? Or is David simply turning into a total loser?
“Wildly funny.”—Kirkus Reviews
Baker & Taylor
David receives a curse from an elderly woman he has helped his schoolmates attack, and he learns to regret his weakness in pandering to others for the sake of popularity before new friends and a very nice girl help him to be a stronger, more assertive person.David receives a curse from an elderly woman he has helped his schoolmates attack, and learns to regret his weakness in pandering to others for the sake of popularity
From the critics
SummaryAdd a Summary
"We all try to act like we're so important ... but really we know that at any moment our pants may fall down." -- Mrs. Bayfield in The Boy Who Lost His Face
And that's what this book is all about ... and why it's so good.
David wants to be with cool kids and tries to steal an old lady's cane but then when she says something weird he thinks she has put a curse on him.Then he tries to get rid of the curse and he discovers she did not put a curse on him and he retrieves the cane for her. by michael
AgeAdd Age Suitability
There are no notices for this title yet.
QuotesAdd a Quote
There are no quotes for this title yet.