Middle School Mischief (the Magical Reality of Nadia #2) -- Bassem YoussefRegular price $14.99 Sale price $11.99
Nadia loves fun facts. Here are a few about her:
- There was a magical--and hilarious--ancient Egyptian teacher named Titi trapped in her hippo amulet until she freed him last fall.
- Her school is choosing a new mascot and her idea is totally going to win
- She's going to kick butt writing for the school newspaper this term...
...Maybe. A couple of weeks in, the newspaper is a big mess. The mascot contest is mayhem, too. (Who knew choosing a costumed character could cause such controversy? )
Then Nadia and Titi discover that the hippo amulet holds a second secret, one that's super powerful--and super scary. Too bad they have no idea how to stop it.
But Nadia is on the case If she can solve the mystery of an ancient amulet, winning the mascot contest and acing her reporter assignments should be easy...right?
From The Daily Show comedian Bassem Youssef and author Catherine R. Daly comes a humorous and heartfelt story about integrity, empathy, power, and friendship.
Includes sections of black-and-white comics as well as black-and-white illustrations throughout, brought to life by Last Kids on Earth illustrator, Douglas Holgate.
Author: Bassem Youssef, Catherine R. Daly
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 8.30h x 5.50w x 0.70d
Audience: Ages 9-12
Reading Level: 4.9
Point Value: 5
Interest Level: Middle Grade
Quiz #/Name: 513839 / Middle School Mischief
About the Author
A former editor at Disney, Harper, and Scholastic, Catherine Daly has written many books for young readers, including the Petal Pushers middle-grade series, the Disney Fairies chapter book Prilla and the Butterfly Lie, and popular paperback titles such as Whiskers, Knights, All Aboard Cars, and Daddy and Me. She lives in New York City with her family.
Douglas Holgate is the illustrator of Something's Amiss at the Zoo by Jen Breach. He is also the illustrator of The Last Kids on Earth series by Max Brallier and Wires and Nerve, Volume One by Marissa Meyer. Douglas lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his family. Visit him online at skullduggery.com.au.
Bassem Youssef, a.k.a. the Jon Stewart of the Arab World, was a heart surgeon in his home country of Egypt before becoming the host of AlBernameg, the first political satire show in the Middle East. He has appeared on The Daily Show, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and other late-night shows, and was also featured in TIME 100, Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world. He lives in Los Angeles with his family.