Wonderland hasn't been the same since they started bussing in kids from another part of town. And after that Ho-Ho incident, middle school is a complete disaster for Armstrong and Charlie ... until they discover the one thing worth fighting for — a friend.
Ages 12+
Pages 304
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Coming Aug 2023
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Great book

Review by Ateam11

The characters are great. It has action and it is funny. I highly recommend this book.

Sep 17, 2023 07:55 AM
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Armstrong and Charlie

Review by PlayfulTiger9

This book is normal life. Funny, but a little weird.

Sep 11, 2023 04:08 PM
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Great read

Review by bunim

It's nice when people stick up for each other.

Sep 01, 2023 10:45 AM
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Great book with heavy topics.

Review by DeathlyHallows123

This book can be funny but also deals with heavy topics like racism and may be not a good choice for younger readers.

Aug 03, 2023 08:26 PM
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Serious but also funny

Review by NationalDesignTeam

I liked the resolution, and how characters stood up for each other despite living in a time of racism. I loved how it was set in Los Angeles and talked about places I recognized. I also loved how funny it is. The Jewish parts really did stand out. - Jonah, National Advisory Committee

Aug 01, 2023 03:12 PM