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ISBN:9781481479110
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Billy Sure Kid Entrepreneur and the Attack of the Mysterious Lunch Meat

by Luke Sharpe, illustrated by Graham Ross

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published: May 2017
ISBN:9781481479110
publisher: Simon Spotlight
Description

The students at Fillmore Middle School have turned into zombies and it’s up to Billy to invent something that can turn them back in the twelfth book of a hilarious middle grade series!

There’s something mysterious oozing its way down the Fillmore Middle School cafeteria, and yup—it’s more mysterious than normal! There’s a new lunch lady in charge, and her menu is so terrible it can’t be solved with a sprinkle of Gross-to-Good Powder. But there’s something even worse than disgusting school lunch happening. Everyone who eats the new food turns into a zombie! First Petula Brown, then Peter MacHale, then—oh no, Manny? Billy’s got to invent something to stop the attack of the evil lunch meat, but could this be a food fight that Sure Things, Inc. can’t win?

Find out in this wacky story with funny black-and-white illustrations throughout.

About the Authors
Luke Sharpe is not a millionaire, but he has been trying to invent a machine that can teleport people anywhere in the world since he was eight years old. He has so far been unsuccessful but he has vowed never to give up. When he isn’t working, Luke enjoys Hawaiian pizza and skateboarding. He lives near Chicago with his wife and son (named Billy, of course), their gecko, Eddie, and their aquarium full of exotic fish.
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Graham Ross has grand plans for world domination through his illustrated inventions. Right now he’s having a “ball” hanging out with Billy Sure, the next sure thing! Graham lives in a little log home in the woods with his inventive family, just outside of Merrickville, Canada.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
8 to 12
Grade:
3 to 7
Reading age:
8 to 12

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