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Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius by Deborah…

Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius (edition 2007)

by Deborah Sherman

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Title:Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius
Authors:Deborah Sherman
Info:Fitzhenry and Whiteside (2007), Paperback, 120 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:children's book, chapter book, juvenile fiction, siblings, humor

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Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius by Deborah Sherman



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Michael is lazy, unmotivated, and the most popular school president ever elected at J.R. Wilcott Middle School. Then he accidentally eats a nanochip loaded with information and becomes his own worst nightmare -- a know-it-all.
  lkmuir | Dec 11, 2015 |
He won the school president election by a landslide thanks to his "slacker" campaign style, so how is Michael supposed to remain popular once he becomes a genius? He knows he hasn't felt right since he downed a pan of his mom's famous brownies, but reciting answers in seventeen languages is more than just feeling strange! Clever upper elementary school readers will infer the cause of his change in mental ability, and the resulting dramatic irony will be fun to experience. And there's still the question: how long will Michael have to live like brainiac?
  scducharme | Jun 9, 2009 |
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Michael's days as a happy underachiever are over when he accidentally eats a nanochip loaded with information and becomes his own worst nightmare: a know-it-all, held up as an example by his teachers, and hated by everyone in the student body. What has happened to the old Michael? Is the underachiever gone for good?… (more)

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