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How to Make Friends and Monsters

How to Make Friends and Monsters

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The hilarious adventure of 13-year-old Howard Boward, genius nerd with a chip on his shoulder and a lack of friends---until a science experiment goes haywire and “creates” a best friend---who just happens to be a monster.
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Some Friends Are Just Worth Making For Howard Boward, science genius, making friends in middle school is hard. The other kids have more fun creatively expanding Howard’s name than actually hanging out, as in How-weird or How-Lame. . So, why not actually make a friend? A little wonder putty, some DNA, a few accidentally spilled chemicals and---boom!---instant friend. Monster friend, that is. Franklin ends up being cool in middle school, and he helps Howard climb the uber-popular ladder, becoming How-Cool. But the new fame and friendship isn’t exactly everything Howard hoped. Turns out real friendship might not be so simple, even when you create your own friends from scratch.
Contributor Ron Bates
Short Bio Ron Bates
Ron Bates is a novelist, journalist, and copywriter who lives and works in Texas. He began his career as a newspaper reporter, later becoming an editor and columnist. His frequently funny takes on life caught the attention of Legacy Publishing, which hired him as resident humor-columnist. His works include the middle-grade novel How to Make Friends and Monsters; the children’s story “Arnold Bought a Bug”; the inspirational play “Flight 1615”; Underground Ink, a collection of humorous poems; and the Cranium Comics series Brawn. To learn more, visit http://howtomakefriendsandmonsters.com
UPC 025986736071
ISBN-10 0310736072
ISBN-13 9780310736073
Publish Date Jul 28, 2013
Weight 0.7850
Physical Length 8.25
Physical Width 5.5
Length 352.00
LengthUnit Pages
Publisher Zonderkidz
Price $12.99
Format Hardcover
Language English

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