Class Is Not Dismissed!

Class Is Not Dismissed!

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Grand Central Pub
In this hilarious follow-up to School of Fear, eccentric headmaster Mrs. Wellingtondemands requests the presence of Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison for a mandatory summer of retraining after discovering that each of her former students has secretly regressed. Facing their fears was terrifying enough, but when the foursome learns they'll be joined by a fifth student, things start to get even scarier.

To make matters worse, the students quickly find themselves tasked with saving their school. And because failing means spending the rest of their lives with unresolved phobias, this is one test theyall plan to ace.

Baker & Taylor
Thirteen-year-olds Madeleine, Theo, and Lulu, fourteen-year-old Garrison, and ten-year-old new "contestant" Hyacinth, must face their phobias and join forces to learn who is stealing wigs and pageant trophies from the School of Fear.

Hachette Book Group
In this hilarious follow-up to School of Fear, eccentric headmaster Mrs. Wellington demands requests the presence of Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison for a mandatory summer of retraining after discovering that each of her former students has secretly regressed. Facing their fears was terrifying enough, but when the foursome learns they'll be joined by a fifth student, things start to get even scarier.

To make matters worse, the students quickly find themselves tasked with saving their school. And because failing means spending the rest of their lives with unresolved phobias, this is one test they all plan to ace.

Baker
& Taylor

In a laugh-out-loud sequel to School of Fear, 13-year-olds Madeleine, Theo and Lulu; 14-year-old Garrison; and 10-year-old new "contestant" Hyacinth, must face their phobias and join forces to learn who is stealing wigs and pageant trophies from the school.

Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, [2010]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9780316033282
0316033286
Branch Call Number: J FICTION DANES...G
Characteristics: 307 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Gifford, Carrie - Illustrator

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Tabaqui
Oct 23, 2016

This one wasn't really worth the time. Yes, it was funny in some parts, but it felt ... clunky, I guess. Some authors are masters with words, and others, well, every word seems just a little off. For me, I thought it was a good concept, but the extreme characters and the unwieldy narration made it difficult to enjoy.

JCLChrisK Nov 03, 2014

This was good. I can't say that it wasn't, and need to make that clear up front; but my overwhelming feeling the entire time I was reading it was that it was falling short of its potential. It tried to be quirky and absurd and funny and always made moves in those directions, it just never quite reached any of them definitively. And the ending was way too predictable. So I liked it, I just liked the book it intended to be ever so much more, which left me feeling disappointed.

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SarahBee2002
Oct 17, 2013

Really weird......................!!!

Lexxis Jun 24, 2013

It was a great book. Fun to read and full of irony.

UNDERWORLD_DOOM_TSUNAMI Jun 21, 2013

this was awesome!!!! I learned stuff!

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chistizhu8
Nov 08, 2012

love this book it also tells you the name of a phobia at the beginning of each chapter

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KassieVIRL
Mar 18, 2012

I'm loving this book so far. Lulu is my favorite Character, and the part when she gets her hand cuffs and attaches herself to the plane. Astonishing....... I recommend this book to many people. its wonderful! :D I have Didaskaleinophobia Hahah you'll know what i means when you read this Astounding novel.

BPLNextBestKids Jan 10, 2012

This is a second book in the School of Fear series. Everyone is afraid of something. This summer, Madeline, Theodore, Lulu and Garrison have to again attend the School of Fear to conquer their extreme phobias. Madeline is deadly afraid of bugs, especially spiders. Theodore is petrified of dying. Lulu is scared of confined spaces. Garrison is terrified of deep water. Facing their fears is terrifying and the four students are joined by fifth student Hyhy and things starts to get even crazier. Children have to work together to save the school from a newspaper reporter with an agenda. The plot is unique and fun to read. Readers who like A Series of Unfortunate Events, fantasy, and over the top villains will enjoy this book!
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ren23 Jun 26, 2011

it was quite enjoyable... but personally, it should've been a teensy bit more epic... overall, good concept...:)

ren23 Jun 26, 2011

i think it was quite enjoyable... i would definetly reccomend to some people.

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"Abernathy," Schmidty mumbled in shock. "He isn't ready for the full Today experience, so no questions, guys," Hyacinth said, holding Abernathy's hand. "But he really loves music, especially my voice! We're even starting a band. We're still playing around with names, but we're thinking it's best to keep it simple: A Girl, a Guy, and a Ferret. We've even started writing our first song. It's called 'Don't Be Jealous of My Ferret.'"

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