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Star Jumper: Journal of a Cardboard Genius

Average rating
4.1 out of 5
Based on 127 Ratings and 46 Reviews

Book Description
Self-proclaimed genius inventor Alex is convinced that his little brother Jonathan is evil. The kid never shuts up. He's a klutz, and he drools on his pillow when he sleeps. Jonathan's specialty, though, is sticking to Alex like glue -- and sticking his nose into his big brother's business. That's why Alex has to leave Earth and fly so far away that no one will ever be able to find him. Using car... More
Book Information
PublisherKids Can Press Ltd
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages128
ISBN-101553378873
ISBN-13978-1553378877
Publication Date02/01/2006
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About Frank Asch (Author, Illustrator) : Though he is most known for his Moonbear picture books, Frank Asch has written in almost every category of children's literature including poetry, concept books, juvenile nonfiction, and children's no... more
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9/2/2009 Jeanne Lemberger said:
On the 2009 MNL list. Alex hates his little brother and is desperate to get as far away from him as possible. He builds a space ship out of cardboard & misc. items laying around the house, along with a space suit, a gun that shrinks things, a duplicator, an atom slider & much more. Funny, fast movin... more

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