By R. L. Stine
Bernie Bridges is the luckiest child at Rotten college. He wins each online game he performs, does not get into any hassle, or even unearths cash! So what is the capture? For the nice success to stay, Bernie has to maintain his parrot, Lippy, on his shoulder at any place he is going.
Lippy's good fortune is so strong that Bernie's buddies, Feenman and Crench, wish in, too. however the minute they contact Lippy, every thing changes—Lippy becomes a bad-luck bird.
Now not anything Bernie does is going correct. undesirable success follows him anywhere he is going. there is just one resolution, thinks Bernie. he will provide the fowl away to his archrival, Sherman Oaks.
But carry on! Now Sherman is having all of the sturdy good fortune on the earth. Has Bernie made a gigantic mistake? Can he get either his chook and his solid success back—or has his success run out for solid?
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Additional resources for Calling All Birdbrains (Rotten School, No. 15)
Sneezed so hard, I couldn’t breathe. Lippy sneezed. More feathers went flying. I turned away from him—and saw someone standing in the doorway watching us.
Bernie, you’re in luck. ” My mouth dropped open. “Repair him? ” “My parents keep birds at home,” Angel said. “They have twenty lovebirds. Oh, my gosh. ” “That’s too bad,” I said. “All the Goodeboys love birds,” Angel said. ” “Thanks for sharing that with me,” I said. “Anyway,” Angel continued, “I have a very special jar of bird powder in my dorm room. ” I stared at him. “Bird powder? ” “Oh, my gosh and golly. It makes feathers grow 46 back instantly,” Angel said. ” Angel trotted off toward his dorm.
Powder flew up from the jar in a yellow cloud. ” I sneezed again. A loud, wet, powerful sneeze. ” I let out a cry as I realized I’d SNEEZED so hard, I sneezed some of Lippy’s feathers right off him! ” “AC H O O O O O O O O I sneezed again. Again. Feenman sneezed. Crench sneezed. Feathers flew. Powder flew. LIPPY sneezed! ” Belzer stumbled into the room. “Yo. ” Belzer sneezed so hard, his pants fell down. He reached for his pants—and sneezed again. I sneezed some more. Sneezed so hard, I couldn’t breathe.
Calling All Birdbrains (Rotten School, No. 15) by R. L. Stine