I know what you think. You think I’m fixable, don’t you? You want to fix the bad guy. You don’t know the half of it.
Tod Munn is a bully. He’s tough, but times are even tougher. The wimps have stopped coughing up their lunch money. The administration is cracking down. Then to make things worse, Tod and his friends get busted doing something bad. Something really bad.
Lucky Tod must spend his daily detention in a hot, empty room with Mrs. Woodrow, a no-nonsense guidance counselor. He doesn’t know why he’s there, but she does. Tod’s punishment: to scrawl his story in a beat-up notebook. He can be painfully funny and he can be brutally honest. But can Mrs. Woodrow help Tod stop playing the bad guy before he actually turns into one . . . for real?
From the Compact Disc edition.
About Mark Shulman
Mark Shulman has published over 100 children’s books of every kind. He has also written nonfiction, preschool, trivia, readers, movie tie-ins, sticker books, and humor books for adults. His most recent projects include a young adult novel, Scrawl. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, a literacy teacher, and their two children.
About Mark Deakins
Mark Deakins’ television appearances include Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Star Trek: Voyager. His film credits include The Devil’s Advocate and Star Trek®: Insurrection. He is the writer, director, and producer of the short film The Smith Interviews.
About Kimberly Farr
Kimberly Farr has appeared on Broadway, at the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Roundabout Theatre, Playwright’s Horizons, and the American Place. She created the role of “Eve” in Arthur Miller’s first and only musical, Up From Paradise, which was directed by the author. She appeared with Vanessa Redgrave in the Broadway production of The Lady From the Sea. She has also acted in regional theatres from Los Angeles to New Haven, Connecticut, including the original production of The 1940’s Radio Hour at Washington D.C.’s Arena Stage.