Hilarious series of wacky stories from a US boarding school where naughty pranks and mischief rate much more highly than education. From bestselling US author, R.L. Stine.
Welcome to Rotten School, founded 100 years ago by I. B. Rotten as a boarding school where students would grow and succeed intellectually, morally and physically as they prepared for a productive and happy future. However, today our standards are a little less rigorous – we are simply happy if the students are still alive at the end of each day!
We think rivalry is healthy for our pupils, thus, Rotten School is divided into two warring groups: Bernie Bridges and his friends in Rotten House vs. Sherman Oaks and his friends in Nyce House.
From washing his dirty underwear to walking his smelly dog, Belzer makes sure that Bernie Bridges is taken care of. So when Belzer's parents want to take Belzer out of Rotten School, Bernie must cook up a plan to make Belzer stay! Belzer's only chance is winning the Heinie Prize for Most Outstanding Student – no small feat for the worst student in school!
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Robert Lawrence Stine is one of the bestselling children’s authors in history. He began his writing career at the age of nine writing short stories, joke books, and comic books for his friends and has been at it ever since!
After graduating from Ohio State University, Stine moved to New York. He wrote Fear Street and then Goosebumps, the phenomenal series that made him the number-one bestselling children’s author (Guinness World Records). He published two original collections of scary stories – the New York Times bestseller Nightmare Hour and The Haunting Hour.
Stine lives in Manhattan with his wife, Jane, and their son, Matthew.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11000721622X