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Atheneum Books for Young Readers


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From bestselling and award-winning author Andrew Clements, a quirky, imaginative tale about creative thought and the power of words that will have readers inventing their own words.

Is Nick Allen a troublemaker? He really just likes to liven things up

Author: Andrew Clements
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Published: 02/01/1998
Pages: 112
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.30h x 5.40w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9780689818769

Accelerated Reader:
Reading Level: 5.4
Point Value: 2
Interest Level: Middle Grade
Quiz #/Name: 16637 / Frindle

Award: Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Book Award - Winner
Award: Georgia Children's Book Award - Winner
Award: North Carolina Children's Book Award - Winner
Award: Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award - Winner
Award: Young Hoosier Book Award - Winner
Award: Nutmeg Book Award - Nominee
Award: Black-Eyed Susan Award - Winner
Award: Young Reader's Choice Award - Winner
Award: California Young Reader Medal - Nominee

About the Author
Andrew Clements (1949-2019) was the author of the enormously popular Frindle. More than 10 million copies of his books have been sold, and he was nominated for a multitude of state awards, including a Christopher Award and an Edgar Award. His popular works include About Average, Troublemaker, Extra Credit, Lost and Found, No Talking, Room One, Lunch Money, and more. He was also the author of the Benjamin Pratt & the Keepers of the School series. Find out more at

Brian Selznick is the author and illustrator of the bestselling The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which was awarded the Caldecott Medal and was a National Book Award finalist. He is also the illustrator of many books for children, including Frindle and Lunch Money by Andrew Clements, as well as the Doll People trilogy by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin, and The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins by Barbara Kerley, which was a Caldecott Honor Book. Mr. Selznick divides his time between Brooklyn, New York, and San Diego, California.