Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 4 - 6n/a5.659272

The life of crime is good.Mac has taken down legendary high school crime boss Staples, business has been booming, and Mac and Vince are getting ready for middle school baseball tryouts. But this can’t last. Mac has always tried to keep his friends close and his enemies closer. But what happens when you can’t tell the difference?

This dilemma walks into the fourth stall in the form of Trixie Von Parkway—an eighth grader with a mean look and an even meaner predicament. The new science teacher is terrorizing her, and she needs Mac to get him off her back. Seems simple enough, but as Mac starts to dig deeper, he finds even more trouble brewing at his school, including a new administrator bent on destroying his business, and indications that Trixie isn’t who she claims to be. In the past, the worst thing that could have happened to Mac was that he might lose a little money, maybe catch a beating. In The Fourth Stall Part II, though, there’s going to be much more on the line than that.

Hardcover, 288 pages
Published on February 7, 2012 by Walden Pond Press
ISBN-10: 0061996300
ISBN-13: 9780061996306
6 Book Reviews
  • piggie101
    piggie101about 3 years44 stars
    I would say it is better than the first.4 stars
    • Rahulalmost 7 years
      Have to read it
      • 4applepie
        4applepiealmost 7 years55 stars
        This novel contains a spectacular story.
        • batman26
          batman26over 8 years55 stars
          This is the second part to The Fourth Stall. Mac and his friends are back at it again. This time things are crazier than ever in school.
          • nee
            Ms. Herseyover 8 years44 stars
            You will enjoy this book if you like humor. This is the second book in the series and it was just as funny and exciting as the first one. Loved getting to spend more time with the characters.
            • 4applepie
              4applepiealmost 7 years55 stars
              I think the first book was more exciting than the second one.