Nick, Molly, and Karl have nowhere to turn but to each other in the latest Odd Squad adventure, and they’ll need every ounce of wit, resourcefulness, and help they can get in order to rise above their biggest challenge yet.

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Reader Reviews


"An important message, humorously delivered, that will appeal to Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans."—Kirkus Reviews
"The oddball humor is the book's biggest appeal, with plenty of age-appropriate jokes that dabble in both witticisms and more scatological content. Fry (author of the Over the Hedge comic strip) provides grayscale spot illustrations throughout that are essential to the story, often delivering a joke's final punchline or a zingy one-liner."—The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
A Junior Library Guild Selection
A Children's Book of the Month Club selection
An Indie Next pick—-- BULLY BAIT citations
"Funny and sweet with a steely centre." —Neil Gaiman, New York Times best-selling author of Coraline and the Newbery Award-winning The Graveyard Book
Praise for BULLY BAIT:
"Bully Bait is a raucous tale about surviving bullying, finding allies, and learning to accept oneself as a work in progress. If laughter is the best medicine, Bully Bait provides a welcome dose for youngsters dealing with the emotional stress of finding a safe niche in the calamitous world of middle school."—The New York Journal of Books

"Fry hits his stride in this second hilarious exploration of the hazards and histrionics of middle school, as seen through the eyes of Nick, the shortest seventh-grader ever.Amid the laugh-out-loud humor and abundant cartoon-style illustrations is an important message: While all kids may want to be normal, it's OK to be oneself."—Kirkus Reviews
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