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Meet Marvin Redpost, the Master of Mayhem!
 
Kidnapped at Birth?: Marvin Redpost has finally figured out why he doesn't look like anyone in his family. He's not really Marvin Redpost—he's Robert, the lost prince of Shampoon!

Why Pick on Me?:
Marvin is shunned by his classmates and teacher after he is unfairly fingered as a nose-picker by the class bully.

Is He a Girl?:
Will kissing his elbow really turn Marvin into a girl? Casey Happleton claims it's so.

Alone in His Teacher’s House:
Marvin's friends think he's the luckiest boy in the world when his teacher asks him to dog-sit for a week. But pretty soon it starts to look as if Marvin is not so lucky after all....

Class President:
It's "hole day," and even Mrs. North and Principal McCabe are wearing their very worst clothes. It seemed like a fun idea that morning, but now the president of the United States is on his way! And there's no time to change!

A Flying Birthday Cake:
Marvin and Stuart get to sleep over in Nick Tuffle’s backyard for Nick’s birthday. Marvin he hears a noise in the night, and something glowing zooms over his head. The next day, a very strange new kid shows up at school….

Super Fast, Out of Control!:
The word at school is that Marvin will be taking on Suicide Hill with his new mountain bike. But the truth is, he can barely climb on the seat!

A Magic Crystal?:
Casey Happleton shows Marvin the magic crystal she has just found and offers to give Marvin a few wishes. Is the crystal really magic? Or is it too good to be true?
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Meet Marvin Redpost, the Master of Mayhem!
 
Kidnapped at Birth?: Marvin Redpost has finally figured out why he doesn't look like anyone in his family. He's not really Marvin Redpost—he's Robert, the lost prince of Shampoon!

Why Pick on Me?:
Marvin is shunned by his classmates and teacher after he is unfairly fingered as a nose-picker by the class bully.

Is He a Girl?:
Will kissing his elbow really turn Marvin into a girl? Casey Happleton claims it's so.

Alone in His Teacher’s House:
Marvin's friends think he's the luckiest boy in the world when his teacher asks him to dog-sit for a week. But pretty soon it starts to look as if Marvin is not so lucky after all....

Class President:
It's "hole day," and even Mrs. North and Principal McCabe are wearing their very worst clothes. It seemed like a fun idea that morning, but now the president of the United States is on his way! And there's no time to change!

A Flying Birthday Cake:
Marvin and Stuart get to sleep over in Nick Tuffle’s backyard for Nick’s birthday. Marvin he hears a noise in the night, and something glowing zooms over his head. The next day, a very strange new kid shows up at school….

Super Fast, Out of Control!:
The word at school is that Marvin will be taking on Suicide Hill with his new mountain bike. But the truth is, he can barely climb on the seat!

A Magic Crystal?:
Casey Happleton shows Marvin the magic crystal she has just found and offers to give Marvin a few wishes. Is the crystal really magic? Or is it too good to be true?
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Published: March 12, 2013
Publisher: Random House Digital
Imprint: Random House Digital
ISBN: 9780385368315
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