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Other titles in the Rotten School series:
Rotten School #12: Rotten School #12: Battle of the Dum Diddysby R L Stine
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Hey! Where Is Everyone?
That's what Bernie Bridges wants to know when he can't find any of his friends. Everyone has disappeared! And when he finally does find them, they're acting really weird. For instance, his shy friend Chipmunk thinks he is a fearless warrior, and football star Jennifer Ecch thinks she is a princess. What is going on?
Soon Bernie realizes that everyone at Rotten School is acting! They are all playing parts in a big battle. A battle between the Dum Diddys and the Knighty Knight Knights. But it's not a real fight. It's a video game called Wungo Warriors—and everyone has to pay that spoiled rich kid Sherman Oaks to play.
Bernie can't let Sherman get away with this. He has a plan to outsmart Sherman—by bringing the Wungo Warriors to life!
What Bernie doesn't know, though, is that a real-life battle between the Dum Diddys and the Knighty Knight Knights could shut down Rotten School forever.
When Bernie Bridges sees Sherman Oaks charging everyone to play his video game, Bernie comes up with a brilliant plan to make money. He'll organize a game where everyone acts out the characters from the video in real life. But chaos soon breaks loose. Illustrations.
About the Author
R.L. Stine graduated from Rotten School at the top of his class. He had a solid D+ average. His favorite classes at school were Scratching Body Parts and Making Armpit Noises. In sixth grade, R.L. won the school Athletic Award for his performance in the Wedgie Championships. After graduation, R.L. became well known for writing scary book series such as The Nightmare Room, Fear Street, Goosebumps, and Mostly Ghostly, and a short story collection called Beware!Today, R.L. lives in a cage in New York City, where he is busy writing stories about his school days. Says he: "I wish everyone could be a Rotten Student!"
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