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Grades K - 3Grade 5n/a4.615360

Lucas Cott is one of the smartest kids in Mrs. Hockaday's third grade -- but he is also the most rambunctious. Lucas doesn't mean to be the class clown, so he promises to try to behave, even though it doesn't sound like much fun.

With the best intentions, Lucas still manages to cause the unexpected when he accidentally lets a yardful of autumn leaves loose in his classroom, gets his head stuck in a chair during a school assembly, and even makes a daring bet with Cricket, the class brain. But when Mrs. Hockaday assigns him the part of a clown in their class circus, Lucas knows he would be better as the ringmaster. Can he convince his teacher, or will he always be just the class clown?

This is a warm and funny story about a boy who learns that there's a time and place for everything -- even humor.

Hardcover, 112 pages
Published on May 29, 1987 by William Morrow & Company
ISBN-10: 0688067239
ISBN-13: 9780688067236
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  • febywaxokexygo
    febywaxokexygoTuesday, November 20, 2018 at 11:22 am44 stars
    This book is such a good book. I like it because its funny and has challenges that characters do. You should read this book
    • gymzonia
      gymzoniaThursday, May 24, 2018 at 5:50 pm44 stars
      I decided to read this book because I love to read books and I was trying to find a good one. My friend recommended this book to me. This book is not exactly my type but I would not say it was that bad either.