Somebody on this bus is going to be famous
|Format:||Print Book 2015|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Who's it going to be?
Spencer's the smart kid. Shelly's the diva. Miranda's the scaredy-cat. Matthew's just average (so far). In fact, there's nothing about any of the nine middle-schoolers on Mrs. B's bus route that screams "fame." But before the end of the year, somebody on this bus is going to be famous.
Every morning, their school bus waits at an empty bus stop. Nobody ever gets on. Nobody ever gets off.
And Mrs. B refuses to answer questions about it. Strangest of all, it's Bender the bully who decides to investigate the mystery. But it will take all nine students to find out the truth, for each of them has a clue to the mystery that will change their lives forever.
Award-winning author J.B. Cheaney's new middle grade novel weaves multiple points of view into one fascinating read. Part detective story, part tale of self-discovery, this funny and touching novel is destined to be a modern classic.
"A heartwarming story of discovery, hope, humor, and mystery - you're in for a fun ride!" --Author of Sure Signs of Crazy and Courage for Beginners
"Cheaney's narrative style is dynamic and lively. She clearly has high expectations of her audience, creating a middle-grade reader with both substance and complexity that is also truly fun." --VOYA
"Cheaney effectively combines multiple layers of mystery with an uplifting message about resilience." --Kirkus
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Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Accidents -- Fiction.
Wounds and injuries -- Fiction.
Bus drivers -- Fiction.
Mystery and detective stories.
Middle school students -- Juvenile fiction.
Accidents -- Juvenile fiction.
Wounds and injuries -- Juvenile fiction.
Bus drivers -- Juvenile fiction.
|Publisher|| Naperville, Illinois :2015
Ages 10 and up.
Includes an excerpt from the author's 'I don't know how the story ends.'
313 pages ; 22 cm