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Summer's over and Spud and Joe are off to school, and the two pranksters can't wait to cut loose in class. Little do they know that Assistant Principal Lamar J. Spurgle is out of retirement and has his own plans for the boys. Full-color illustrations....

Title : The Cut-ups Cut Loose
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ISBN : 9780670807406
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Cut-ups Cut Loose Reviews

  • Bree
    2019-01-22 02:52

    I've never read any one of these books, so I'm not going to lie I was very confused. Basically these boys are like trouble makers who go back in school and I don't know get in more trouble basically. It was silly especially the part in the beginning with the teacher on a gurney because she couldn't take them anymore. I'm sure many teachers out there could relate to that part. All in all if you kinda know these characters I'm sure you would like it better than me, But if your new you maybe just annoy confused too.

  • Kelly
    2019-02-14 23:35


  • Amanda
    2019-01-30 04:44

    Just like the 1st book in the series, outdated and not anywhere as good as Miss Nelson.

  • Samantha
    2019-02-12 22:35

    Spud and Joe are beginning a new school year and new principal, Lamar J. Spurgle, is keeping an eye on the duo to ensure they don't cause any trouble. Everytime the boys step out of line Spurgle dishes out a punishment. When Spurgle seizes Mary Frances' (Spud and Joe's friend) sports car she calls in the Big Al (one of the nuns from her Catholic school). A funny school story that fans of Captain Underpants might enjoy.

  • Tahya Bruce
    2019-01-17 06:31

    I think kids would find this book funny because of what the two boys in the book do and how they behave. I personally did not like the book. I don't think that I would ever have this book as an option to read aloud to the kids. Not everyone would be engaged with it and I just don't think it would be good for that. If someone were to read it to kids, I would say around 3rd grade would be the perfect grade to read it to.

  • kim
    2019-02-03 00:35