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Middle School #7: Just My Rotten Luck Award-winning author/illustrator

by James Patterson (author)

Suitable for 9 - 9 years

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Product Description

The world loves Rafe. He’s sold thousands of copies of his books. Problem: Hills Village Middle School still hates him. (So far.) And now Rafe is headed back there. Aaarrgh! But some big changes are afoot. First: Rafe has to take ‘special’ classes. Bad – or maybe kind of good? Second: he joins the school football team. Which leaves Rafe and his nemesis, Miller the Killer, playing on the same side. No way! Next, there’s his rocking art project (hello, popularity!) – not to mention his first kiss. Is this for real? Is Rafe’s rotten luck changing at last?

  • Seventh in the internationally bestselling series
  • Hilarious look at the ups and downs of school life
  • Brilliant doodles full of dramatic visual impact
  • James Patterson has sold over 300 million books

Product Details

Series

Middle School (book 7)

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780099596462

Publisher

Arrow (Young)

Date published

May 5th, 2016

Other details
  • 336 pages
Condition

New

Series

Author/Illustrator

James Patterson

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  1. Hayley 113303

    Maddie2005
    on 14 February 2016

    Rafe has joined the rugby team and he goes to the specialist class. One of the bullies in his school has stopped bullying, him because in the rugby team he scored not one but two touchdowns. This book is so interesting , if you haven’t read this book get it NOW.

    5out of 5