I scream, you scream, we all scream—for the super burp!
George is determined to find a cure for his bothersome burps, so he returns to the place where it all began—Ernie’s Ice Cream Emporium—to find a secret ingredient. But when a competing ice cream shop opens right across the street, George worries it will put Ernie’s out of business and he’ll be stuck with the burp forever. Can George squelch the belch once and for all?
There are no time-outs when the super burp takes control!
George knows that his basketball team, the Fighting Ferrets, is really good. So when Louie proposes a bet for their upcoming game, George accepts the challenge: the person on the losing team has to be the winner’s butler for a week! George is confident he’ll lead his team to victory. But then his best friend Alex, a school safety monitor who’s been on a rule-enforcing frenzy, reports George after the super burp makes him misbehave. That means George can’t play in the big game! After he’s lost the chance to play, will he also lose the bet?
Everyone knows George’s best friend, Chris, is a really talented artist. So when the local comic book store promises to publish and sell his Toiletman superhero comic, of course George and his other best friend Alex are excited for Chris. But when they see Chris’s rough draft and discover he’s turned both of them into embarrassing villains in the story, George and Alex are so angry that they vow not to attend the party celebrating his book launch. Can they ever be friends again?
For this year’s Pay It Forward Day, George and his friends volunteer to help serve dinner to homeless families. But when George finds out that his favorite movie star will be in town on the same day, he’s torn. Should he keep his promise to the shelter, or miss the chance to meet his action star hero? On top of everything, George suspects that his nemesis, Louie, has been reading his private journal. Can George figure out a plan, get back at Louie, and avoid the burp all in one day?
George and his classmates are giving reports on their family trees, and their presentations will be broadcast on the local news. George is excited, but when he discovers he’s related to the king of Arfendonia—a place no one has ever heard of—he panics. What if he makes a fool of himself on live TV? And even worse, what if his burp decides to make a guest appearance? Then George will be a total royal embarrassment!
George and his classmates and their families are heading to a ski resort. There, they’ll compete in a charity event with figure skating, ice sculpting, snowboarding, and more. George is convinced he’ll win the snowboarding contest and get to meet his idol—snowboarding pro Dice Nievson—that is, until he gets sick and his best friend Alex must compete in his place. Will the bug ruin his chances of meeting his hero and helping his school win the prize?
A real-life astronaut is coming to Edith B. Sugarman Elementary School, and one lucky kid gets to interview him! Not only that, a trip to a space adventurer program is also up for grabs. To win the contest, students must complete a physical fitness challenge and come up with three interesting questions to ask the astronaut. As always, George intends to beat his rival, Louie. But when the competition heats up, George is too distracted to notice how much the prize means to his best friend, Alex. For George, winning may not be everything this time around.
Head lice have invaded Edith B. Sugarman Elementary School, and George wants nothing more than to remain scotch-free from the vermin. Well, that and he wants his dad’s booth at Career Day to be infinitely more popular than his enemy Louis Farley’s dad’s booth. He even bet his skull ring for Louis’s wheelie sneakers to prove his dad’s job is cooler. But when it comes to the day of the event, George isn’t so confident he will win the bet . . . or stay lice-free!
In the latest installment of Nancy Krulik’s popular George Brown, Class Clown series, George is preparing for picture day, and his friend Alex is preparing to break the Schminess World Record for the largest ABC (Already Been Chewed) gumball. While George is selecting his outfit, Alex is busy becoming famous. Can George learn to be a supportive friend, despite the jealousy he feels, or will the super burp ruin his best friend’s chances of fame and his own fourth grade reputation?
George is the catcher for his school’s baseball team, the Sugarman Sea Monkeys, and they are in the championships! Can George and his teammates defeat their archrivals, the Klockermeister Elementary Kangaroos? Or will the BURP steal the game?
In the newest installment of Nancy Krulik’s popular series, George Brown, Class Clown, George’s very own teacher is competing in a televised dance competition. Of course, her students get to watch the taping in the studio. And who happens to make a guest appearance? You guessed it–the Super Burp!
In the eighth book of Nancy Krulik’s popular George Brown, Class Clown series, George Brown is going on his first camping trip with his scout troop. After a trial run with his dad in the backyard, George can’t wait to head out into the wilderness. It doesn’t take long, though, for the Super Burp to drown out the soothing sounds of babbling brooks and bird calls. Too bad there’s no such thing as a bug spray for burps!
B-U-R-P spells you-know-what!In the seventh book in the popular George Brown, Class Clown series, George learns the hard way that an onion a day won’t keep the Super Burp away – despite what his best friend Alex might’ve hoped. It’s bad enough that one of the pesky, magic belches escapes at the mall and another lets loose on a miniature golf course, but George is representing his school at the countywide spelling bee. A burp at the bee could definitely spell D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R!
Despite George’s best efforts to rid himself of the curse of the burps, those magical and pesky belches are still following him everywhere he goes – even on his class trip to the science museum. If circulating through a human heart or sliding down the nostril of a giant nose sound wild, just wait until the burps attack! The sixth book in the George Brown, Class Clown series promises young readers, boys and girls alike, a whole lot of laughs.
When George Brown spends the day at a water park, he ends up making a huge splash, just not the kind he intended. That’s because trouble follows him like a shadow. It’s not his fault. Really! Poor George is at the mercy of magic burps, burps that make him do wild and crazy things. Perfect for reluctant readers, this funny chapter book series is illustrated with more than forty black-and-white drawings that mirror the goofy mayhem.