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Everyone is (still) afraid of something…
Madeleine Masterson is deathly afraid of bugs, especially spiders;
Theodore Bartholomew is petrified of dying;
Lulu Punchalower is terrified of confined spaces;
Garrison Feldman is frightened by deep water. . .
After discovering that each of her former students have secretly regressed, headmaster Mrs. Wellington brings Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison back for mandatory summer school. Facing their fears is terrifying enough, but when they are joined by a fifth student (and another mysterious entity lurking in the woods) things start to get even scarier.
GBC Review by Sofia S.
“School of Fear: Class is Not Dismissed” is the second book of the “School of Fear” series, but when I picked it up I couldn’t tell. The author explains everything you need to know about the story. I loved the book because I could actually picture the situations and the characters that the author described! This book is about a couple of kids who are all deathly afraid of something, whether it be bugs, water, or enclosed spaces and washrooms, written in a humorous and joking manner. I would recommend this book for anyone between ages 7 to 12 because they can relate to the types of fears some of the characters in the book are facing. Overall, School of Fear is a really funny book and I would definitely read it again!
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