Hank Zipzer has good intentions, but always seems to be getting into trouble. Ms. Adolph, his fourth-grade teacher is very strict and won't put up with any nonsense. When Hank's creative interpretation of a class assignment meets with disastrous results, all seems lost, but amazingly, something good comes of it.
This is the first in the Hank Zipzer series for intermediate readers. An enjoyable story with good-natured humour that delivers a powerful message: having learning challenges does not mean that you are stupid.
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