By Nancy E. Krulik
Katie Carew, nicknamed Katie Kazoo by way of the category bully, had no thought what might ensue whilst she wanted that she should be a person yet herself. yet now her want has come actual, and-switcheroo!-she retains changing into people or even animals! what's one usual third-grade lady with a very striking challenge to do? It's a superb factor Katie is imaginative and clever adequate to discover an answer for each challenge . . . regardless of how a lot of a catastrophe she causes!
Katie can't stand George, the category bully. He always alternatives on each person, yet he rather torments Katie. sooner or later, she can't stand it anymore, and he or she needs she will be an individual yet herself. What she doesn't see is the capturing big name that flashes in the course of the sky at that second . . . catapulting Katie right into a loopy sequence of adventures, beginning the next day to come while she becomes the category hamster! Will she be trapped in a tumbler cage ceaselessly? Will she ever be a lady again?
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Anyone but Me (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo, Book 1) by Nancy E. Krulik