The Cut-Ups are on the loose, provoking riots and turning everything into chaos in this hilarious story from the acclaimed author of Wings: A Tale of Two Chickens. Full-color illustrations....
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The Cut-ups Reviews
I had forgotten about this book from my childhood. Good memories! The original Ferris Bueler.
After reading all of the Miss Nelson Collection, I checked out some more James Marshall books thinking my son might like them. The term 'cut up' isn't used much anymore (although I heard it in Georgia), so this one took some explaining. Definitely no where in the league of Miss Nelson.
James Marshall is fun.
Meet Spud and Joe, the cut-ups. They're two mischevious boys and they have fun wherever they go. They meet a new friend named Mary Frances and she's so posh she's made her own sports car and even a rocket ship. When the boys test out the rocket ship they land in Lamar J. Spurgle's flower bed and he chases them down the block because he hates kids like the Grinch hates Christmas day. Luckily, they escape, but Mary Frances uses the time while they are gone to sneak into Spurgle's house and recover some of her lost property (Spurgle has made a habit of hoarding it to discourage kids from disturbing him).Funny and realistic. The kid dialogue is spot on as is the characterization.
I thought that this was a cute book. my kids enjoyed hearing this book. it was a quick read. I would recommend this book to others.
This book teaches children that they should never do something now that they will have to pay for later.
funny crazy kids