Hyde and Shriek

A Monsterrific Tale

Monsterrific Tales

David Lubar

Starscape

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There’s something strange going on at Washington Irving Elementary School. People are turning into monsters—literally!

Ms. Clevis is one of the most popular teachers at Washington Irving. Until the morning she accidentally puts some of the wrong ingredients into her breakfast smoothie. Suddenly she finds herself switching back and forth between mean substitute teacher Ms. Hyde and a sweet sixth grade girl named Jackie. Will Jackie figure out the cure before she changes into the horrible Ms. Hyde forever?

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AN IMPORTANT MEAL
 
 
I love kids. They make great hood ornaments. No. Stop that. Be good. Be nice. Okay. I’m back in control. That was a terrible thing to say. It was mean and sick and nasty. Not like me at all. I don’t know where it came from.
Yes, I do.
But it won’t happen again. I’m a teacher. And a scientist. I can control myself. I’m a trained, professional teacher. Miss Clevis. That’s what the students call me. That’s what it says on the door to my room. My whole name is Jackie Jean Clevis.

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There’s something strange going on at Washington Irving Elementary School. People are turning into monsters—literally! Ms. Clevis is one of the most popular teachers at Washington Irving. Until the morning she accidentally puts some of the wrong ingredients into her breakfast smoothie. Suddenly she finds herself switching back and forth between mean substitute teacher Ms. Hyde and a sweet sixth grade girl named Jackie. Will Jackie figure out the cure before she changes into the horrible Ms. Hyde forever?

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“Whoever thinks the short story is dead, or that kids don’t like short stories, hasn’t talked to any real live kids and hasn’t read the latest in this popular series.” —School Library Journal on Attack of the Vampire Weenies

 

“Bullies and others get their due in this hilarious new collection of 35 warped and creepy tales by the master of the ‘weenie’ story.”—Buffalo News on The Battle of the Red Hot Pepper Weenies

 

“This book will talk itself right off the shelves, and reluctant readers will devour it.”— School Library Journal on The Curse of the Campfire Weenies

 

“Another cool collection. This would be perfect to read around a campfire—or at any sleepover. They are creepy, but also hilarious.” —Detroit Free Press on The Curse of the Campfire Weenies

 

“Lubar strikes again. Another winning round-up.” — Booklist on Invasion of the Road Weenies

 

“This spring’s most coveted title.” — The Arizona Republic on Invasion of the Road Weenies

 

“These stories creeped us out — and we loved it. Four stars!” —Chicago Tribune on In the Land of the Lawn Weenies


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About the Author

David Lubar

DAVID LUBAR created a sensation with his debut novel, Hidden Talents, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. He is also the author of the Nathan Abercrombie series, True Talents, Flip, and six Weenies short story collections. He lives in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

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Hyde and Shriek
A Monsterrific Tale
David Lubar

e-Book Agency

e-Book Agency
Tom Doherty Associates
Starscape
January 2013
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781429993128
ISBN10: 142999312X
Middle-Grade Fiction144 pages
Age Range: 8 to 12
Grade Range: 3 to 7
$9.99

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Hardcover
Tom Doherty Associates
Starscape
January 2013
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780765330819
ISBN10: 0765330814
Middle-Grade Fiction
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 144 pages, Black-and-white illustrations throughout
Age Range: 8 to 12
Grade Range: 3 to 7
$14.99
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