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Rex Zero, King Of Nothing (melanie Kroupa Books)

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Rex Zero King Of Nothing

In 1962 Ottawa, eleven-year-old Rex Norton-Norton faces several confusing mysteries, including his father's troubling secrets from World War II, the problems of a beautiful but unhappy woman named Natasha, what to do about his mean and vindictive teacher, and whether or not he should even be concerned about these things.
Rex Zero, King Of Nothing is a brilliant child's book. The author is Tim Wynne-Jones and it was published on the 1st of April, 2008 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR). The book is centered on Coming of age along with History, Schools, Interpersonal relations and Family life and is perceived as outstanding fiction. This is a sequel to Rex Zero and the end of the world. This is the 1st American ed. is 224 pages long. If you like this book make sure you get the next book in the series, Rex Zero, the great pretender. The child's book dimensions are 0.79"H x 8.55"L x 5.6"W. It weighs approximately 0.76 lbs.

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

ISBN: 0374362599
Author: Tim Wynne-Jones

In sixth grade now, the wildly imaginative Rex Zero and his pals hatch a strategy to replace Miss Garr, the substitute teacher from hell, and Rex takes on the persona of none other than “ Dr. Love. There's the little black book filled with names. For if, as Rex's dad says, “ a man's got to do what a man's got to do,” how does Rex know what to do and when to perform it? Miss Garr's cruel behavior is a mystery to Rex. Why does she have a black eye? But then, Rex's planet is complete of mysteries! Underneath all of this can be the age-old question of the way to stand up and be a man. Who could it belong to? ” Of course, events spin hilariously out of control. Could all these things have one thing to carry out using the mystery of love? There's the beautiful woman in white. And why has Rex's father hidden a letter that begins: “ Mein Liebchen”?


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