What if your innermost thoughts and devilish escapades were required writing assignments for your sixth-grade English class?
For Andrew Offerman, it’s not a question of what if. His confessions are due every two weeks.
Live every exciting moment of Andrew's sixth-grade year as he fends off a daily barrage of verbal assaults from his older sister, Sophia; grapples with his flatulent archenemy, Johnny Gaston; hustles his parental field generals, Frank and Bella; and toys with his next-door neighbor and principal, Mr. Fairchild.
The Andrew Offerman Chronicles are a lighthearted, hilarious glimpse into the mind of an eleven-year-old boy who yearns to be an adult and is much smarter than he thinks.
In Prank It Like a Man, Andrew and his best friend, Bo Jennings, leverage their skills to reach new heights in pranking. Where they’re going, whoopee cushions are for amateurs. They shoot for the moon during their first week of middle school. Their goal is simple. Their plan is perfect. No one can stop them. Soon, they’ll be living legends. But first, they have to get past their eccentric principal, Mr. Fairchild, and his refrigerator filled with Jell-O Pudding Cups.
In Breaking Cupid’s Arrow, Andrew and must work quickly to keep Bo's mother from falling in love with Principal Fairchild. Sixth grade is hard enough. It will only get worse if Bo becomes the principal's son. Soon, though, the boys realize that Cupid is out to get everyone. No one is safe from that pesky, diaper-wearing, sharpshooter. Not even Andrew and Bo.
In Melting the Iceman, Andrew comes out of his self-imposed retirement from pranking to get even with his archenemy, Johnny Gaston. Andrew and Bo concoct a few surprises that they hope will keep Johnny away from them for years to come. Will their strategy work? Or will they make their rivalry with their old foe worse?
In Taming the Beast, Andrew and Bo have to figure out how to get themselves out of Sophia's crosshairs before she tells the world about their previous misdeeds. There’s just one problem. Once the beast sets her sights on you, she won't look away. Not even for a second.