Attack of the Mutant Underwear by Tom Birdseye

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Attack of the Mutant Underwear

'“This lively and believable record of Cody’s attempt to put his best foot forward and figure out where he fits in has great appeal for middle graders who are themselves experiencing the awful awkwardnesses of preadolescence, reinventions of self, science fairs, and fallings-out with friends. With its ever-so-catchy title and its many practical jokes (appropriate for a protagonist with an April 1st birthday), it’s a sort of male companion for Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s early Alice (Atheneum) and Boys/Girls battle books (Delacorte). A well-paced, positive, and pleasant read.” —School Library Journal “Birdseye uses the diary format to good advantage, showing in funny, first-person observations that boys have the same emotional ups and downs that girls do.” —Booklist '
'“This lively and believable record of Cody’s attempt to put his best foot forward and figure out where he fits in has great appeal for middle graders who are themselves experiencing the awful awkwardnesses of preadolescence, reinventions of self, science fairs, and fallings-out with friends. With its ever-so-catchy title and its many practical jokes (appropriate for a protagonist with an April 1st birthday), it’s a sort of male companion for Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s early Alice (Atheneum) and Boys/Girls battle books (Delacorte). A well-paced, positive, and pleasant read.” —School Library Journal “Birdseye uses the diary format to good advantage, showing in funny, first-person observations that boys have the same emotional ups and downs that girls do.” —Booklist '
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween ISBN: 9781497645875 Pages: 201