Anyway*, *A Story About Me with 138 Footnotes, 27 Exaggerations, and 1 Plate of Spaghetti

Arthur Salm

"This tale about Max, an 'average, good' kid who reinvents himself as as 'Mad Max' while stuck at a boring family camp/vacation with his parents, is a solid, engaging story told as a memoir penned by a kid. It not only reads true to an adult, but did the same with the two middle grade boys I bought it for. It is charming, real, has no gimmicks (vampires etc.) and is very funny, especially the footnotes, a slew of jokes/asides that amplify the story and show the barrage of thoughts that assault the young teen brain as they cope with life." --an enthusiastic reader like you

Page Count 192
Part of a Series? No
Age Level 8 — up

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