Justin Fisher declares war

by James Preller

Publisher: Scholastic Press in New York

Written in English
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When Justin Fisher, long-time class clown, realizes that his classmates are growing tired of his misdeeds, he declares war on their fifth-grade teacher, Mr. Tripp, in hopes of regaining his popularity.

Edition Notes

StatementJames Preller
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.P915 Jus 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24575105M
ISBN 100545033012
ISBN 109780545033015
LC Control Number2009053641
OCLC/WorldCa500797343

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Justin Fisher is used to being the class clown, but his new teacher is treating him like a troublemaker.

What was once funny and earned him a round of laughter, now is getting him sent to the Principal's office. Justin is determined to come out the winner in his self-declared war against Mr.

Tripp/5(4). Justin Fisher is used to being the class clown, but his new teacher is treating him like a troublemaker. What was once funny and earned him a round of laughter, now is getting him sent to the Principal's office.

Justin is determined to come out the winner in his self-declared war against Mr. Tripp/5. James Preller is the author of many books for young children, including the popular JIGSAW JONES series and his middle-grade novels, ALONG CAME SPIDER and JUSTIN FISHER DECLARES WAR.

He lives in Delmar, New York, with his wife, Lisa; three children — Nicholas, Maggie, and Gavin; two cats; and a goldendoodle named Daisy/5(3). James Preller is the author of many books for young children, including the popular JIGSAW JONES series and his middle-grade novels, ALONG CAME SPIDER and JUSTIN FISHER DECLARES WAR.

He lives in Delmar, New York, with his wife, Lisa; three children -- Nicholas, Maggie, and Gavin; two cats; and a goldendoodle named Daisy.4/5(1). Justin has always been the funniest kid in school. But this year, his new teacher isn't amused. And when Justin gets in trouble with Mr.

Tripp over and over, the other kids turn on him, too. No one wants to be friends with the class troublemaker. But Justin Fisher isn't going down without a fight/5. Children's Book Review: Justin Fisher Declares War. by James Preller, Scholastic Press, $ (p) ISBN Preller revisits the fifth grade at Spiro Agnew Elementary (the setting.