Maxx Comedy

Maxx Comedy

Book - 2003
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A humorous twist on issues of divorce, fitting in, and following big ambitions. Since he was five years old, Max Carmody has dreamed of being a professional stand-up comic. When he discovers a national talent search looking for "The Funniest Kid in America" that carries a $1000 prize and a TV appearance, he becomes obsessed.
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Scholastic Canada, 2003
Edition: Canadian ed
ISBN: 9780786838950
0786838957
9780439961219
9780439974844
0439974844
Branch Call Number: J KOR

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vpl_childrens Dec 08, 2015

For ages 9-12. Maxx Comedy sets out to create the video that may gain him entry into the contest for “The Funniest Kid in America.” Confirming the old adage, “Dying is easy; comedy is hard”, Maxx soon finds himself involved in a comedy of errors.

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albertlai
Feb 08, 2014

it's pretty good though it's sorta weird

Connorhw1 Oct 03, 2011

This book is one of the worst book I've ever read! It was so boring, and so slow!

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pansage1123
Feb 07, 2011

not a good book to read. i didnt like it

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Iqra_123
Nov 09, 2008

The almost funniest book of America with my practical funavourite Author(Gordan Korman)

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