I Hate Rules! #5 (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo)

I Hate Rules! #5 (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo)

Language: English

Pages: 80

ISBN: 0448431009

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Katie Carew (nicknamed Katie Kazoo by the class bully) always wished that she could be anyone but herself. Now her wish has come true - and she keeps turning into other people!

When Katie gets caught breaking the rules, first passing a note, and later with a cell phone (that isn't even her's!), she loses her recess for the day. She's had it with the school rules! When she turns into the principal, Mr. Kane, she makes a new rule - that there are no rules! Things get out of hand and Katie turns back into herself before she can fix things. The real Mr. Kane loses his job because the parents and teachers are so angry. Will Katie be able to make things right and get Mr. Kane his job back?

Illustrated by John and Wendy.

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carrot is the left end?” George tried another joke. “I don’t know.” George smiled. “The end you don’t eat!” Katie scowled. “Come on! That one was funny,” George said. Katie shook her head. There was no way she was going to laugh at any of George’s jokes today. “Aren’t you supposed to be doing math?” she asked before he could tell her another one. “Oh yeah,” George replied. He looked around the table. “I guess I forgot my math book.” Katie couldn’t believe it. “You’d better get that

pulled Katie and Miriam behind him. “Gotcha!” Miriam and George cried out as they reached Suzanne. “Join the train,” Katie added. “No, thank you,” Suzanne answered. “What do you mean, ‘No thank you’?” George demanded to know. “We tagged you, so you have to join the train.” “No I don’t,” Suzanne told him. “Train Tag is for kids.” “We are kids,” George reminded her. “Well, I’ve got more grown-up things to do.” Suzanne reached into her pocket and pulled out a cell phone. “I have to make a

worse.” “What do you mean?” “We might have Mr. Ditherspoon as our principal forever,” Suzanne said. “I thought he was just a substitute,” Katie told her. “He is,” Suzanne agreed. “But my mom says the PTA is thinking about recommending him as our new principal.” “What about Mr. Kane?” “There’s going to be a big school board meeting on Friday. They might fire Mr. Kane,” Suzanne told Katie. “We have to stop them!” Katie exclaimed. “Forget it, Katie. This is the school board. They’re not

jacket. “Feel that wind.” Katie smiled brightly. It wasn’t the magic wind after all. It was just a plain, old wind. One that could blow on anyone. “I think it feels wonderful!” she said. Chapter 13 Class 3A’s Favorite Playground Games! George is the king of Four Square. Suzanne loves to play Statue Tag. Jeremy’s favorite game is soccer, but he’s always ready to play Poison. Now you and your friends can play these games too. Here’s how. Four Square (a game for four players) You

in someone’s square.) If anything like that happens, the player who made the mistake has to move to the princess square. The other players move up to fill the empty squares. At the end of recess, the player in the king’s box is the winner. Statue Tag (a game for ten or more players) You will need: chalk Use the chalk to make a starting line. Then choose one player to be it. It must stand about fifty feet away from the line with her back to the other players. It counts to ten. While

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