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No More Mr. Smart Guy by Adam Beechen

No More Mr. Smart Guy

by Adam Beechen

Other authors: Tom LaPadula (Illustrator)

Series: Ready-to-Read (Level 2)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689854633, Paperback)

Level 2: Reading Independently

• More complex stories
• Varied sentence structure
• Paragraphs and short chapters

Jimmy Neutron is tired of being a boy genius. Sometimes he wishes he could just be a normal kid. That's where his latest invention, the Brain-Drain 8000, comes in! Find out what happens when Jimmy drains too much brainpower. The results could be disastrous for all of Retroville!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:45 -0400)

Tired of being a boy genius, Jimmy hooks himself up to his Brain-Drain 8000 machine, but his friends try to reverse the process when they see a meteor headed toward Retroville.

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