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Monday (Worst Week Ever #1)

Monday (Worst Week Ever #1)

Current price: $7.99
Publication Date: February 6th, 2024
Publisher:
Scholastic Press
ISBN:
9781338857542
Pages:
192
Usually Ships in 1 to 5 Days

Staff Reviews

Vampires, toilets, bullies, school - Help!

— Five Books Reviewed in Five Words

Description

The humor of Captain Underpants meets the blockbuster format of Diary of a Wimpy Kid in this laugh-out-loud series about Justin Chase, who is having the Worst. Week. EVER!

Have you ever had a bad week? Justin Chase sure has and THIS is it!

His mom has just married a vampire. His dad is driving a giant toilet on wheels. His cat has probably been abducted by aliens. A bully is making his first day at a new school miserable. And right now, he's hanging off the edge of a 30-foot-tall diving board in front of his entire class wearing nothing but rapidly disappearing crocheted swim trunks!

And it's only...MONDAY!

The first book in the new laugh-out-loud hilarious seven-part middle-grade book series based loosely off this husband and wife team’s own family!

About the Author

Matt Cosgrove, lover of words, pictures and books in general, is the author and illustrator of the Macca the Alpaca series and many other books in Australia, including My Dad Is a Robot, Thanks, Mum!, and the Epic Fail Tales series. In a varied career spanning over 25 years, Matt has been the creative director of a magazine and a lecturer in comic art at Western Sydney University, and worked in television. He has also campaigned tirelessly for the inclusion of Pictionary as an Olympic sport (not really — but he definitely should). Visit him online at mattcosgrovebooks.com.

EVA AMORES is an author and designer/photographer who has worked for the Sydney Opera House and the ABC. She was born in The Philippines and moved to Australia in high school. She likes shoes, travelling, and more shoes.

Matt Cosgrove, lover of words, pictures and books in general, is the author and illustrator of the Macca the Alpaca series and many other books in Australia, including My Dad Is a Robot, Thanks, Mum!, and the Epic Fail Tales series. In a varied career spanning over 25 years, Matt has been the creative director of a magazine and a lecturer in comic art at Western Sydney University, and worked in television. He has also campaigned tirelessly for the inclusion of Pictionary as an Olympic sport (not really — but he definitely should). Visit him online at mattcosgrovebooks.com.