On the first day of school, Artie falls out of his bed and hits his head. Hard. He tells his mom he's dizzy, and she says: "You’re just worried about your first day in a new school."
At breakfast, his little brother, Eddie, splashes syrup in his hair, and there’s no time to wash it. Artie has to go to school with syrup-hair. And then, on the way there, he gets splashed by a puddle that makes him look like he wet his pants. It’s not just the first day of school; it’s the worst day of school.
On the second day of school, Artie falls out of bed and hits his head. Hard. He tells his mom he's dizzy, and she says: "You’re just worried about your first day in a new school." Huh? Today is just like the day before. Can Artie find a way to change it, before it’s the first day of school…forever?
"A preteen horror take on Groundhog Day.... Great fun, as ever, supplied by [the] genre’s most prolific and reliable master.” (Kirkus Reviews)
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Great book. Really bad performance
- J. Bunting