Elrod McBugle on the Loose
by Jeff Strand
Available in a Kindle edition.
A comedy for kids…and adults who were warped as kids!
The students at Greenwater Junior High have said they’ll never forget this year, and Elrod McBugle is the reason. He’s not a bad person. He doesn’t TRY to get in trouble, cause mayhem, and occasionally blow things up…it just happens. And it’s going to happen again and again!
Share Elrod’s hilarious adventures as he faces the wrath of the Slurpy Gulp Beverage Company, tries to become a millionaire selling homemade bubble gum, survives a wild squirrel attack, tries to find out if his math teacher is an axe murderer, and much, much more!
Watch out, everyone…Elrod McBugle is on the loose!
“Jeff Strand has created a charming character with a keen sense of humor and a lively imagination. Wickedly funny. Students will howl at his antics while adults will recognize a little of themselves in Elrod and his friends.”
“Very highly recommended! Jeff Strand’s classically irreverent voice strikes again…will launch hysterical laughter even in those who ordinarily refuse to give in to giggles.”
“A hilarious tale in the spirit of Judy Blume, J.K. Rowling, and Beverly Cleary, but with the unmistakable Strand touch.”
“A wonderful and hilarious book for all ages!”
January 20, 2011 at 2:47 pm
My daughter and I have been reading this on the kindle at bedtime, doing about a chapter a night, and laughing ourselves silly. We’re about 10 chapters in, and also loving the end of chapter quizzes! (She doesn’t understand why they are funny, but makes me read them again and again and again.)
I guess I should rat her out though, because she pre-empted our nightly Elrod chapter for “Walter the Farting Dog.” And I had such high hopes for her. 🙂
January 21, 2011 at 11:41 am
There’s no way I can compete with farting dogs.
January 31, 2011 at 6:47 pm
Well, we finished the book, and the ending was outstanding.
She keeps telling me that you can’t have bad breath… without a head! We enjoyed it so much, we started it over last night.
I don’t want to take you away from current projects, but were you ever so inclined, you might consider another family friendly book like this. It really was a pleasure to read, at any age.