Fame, Fortune, and the Bran Muffins of Doom, by Marty Kelley

Summary:  Simon’s latest scheme is to gain everlasting fame and glory by winning the school talent show. But there’s the fact he doesn’t sing, dance, or play a musical instrument. Utter humiliation is looking a lot more likely than fame and glory for Simon’s band, The Groovy Guys.

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3 Responses

  1. Hey! That’s my book! It’s my first chapter book and I’m excited that you’re reading it. I’d love to hear what you think of it. Thanks!

    Marty Kelley

    • This book was a fun read for younger kids. I found it hilarious! I don’t think, however that it is in the same catergory as the other books. A fun read

  2. Yea, a fun read, probably targeting younger kids, like ages 8-10. Actually I really think it was intriguing but I don’t think it could win the Newbery medal/honor.

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