Popular Clone

Popular Clone

eBook - 2012
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Meet Fisher Bas: a 12-year-old, growth-stunted, geeky science genius who is the son of Nobel Prize-winning parents. Despite his outsized IQ, Fisher is far from the most popular kid in his middle school--he's actually tormented daily by the beefy, overgrown goons he calls the Vikings. Holed up in his home lab over a long weekend, Fisher uses his mother's revolutionary Advanced Growth Hormone to clone himself. Now Fisher Two can go to school each day while the real Fisher stays at home playing video games, eating Cheetos, and working on his latest inventions. It's an ingenious plan that works brilliantly . . . until ...
Publisher: New York EgmontUSA 2012
ISBN: 9781606843017
Additional Contributors: OverDrive Inc

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TDSRC2014_GA Aug 19, 2014

This book is about a kid who creates a clone that is nothing like him but he finds out that they are alike in different ways. Fisher finds out his only friend is not a friend.

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addie01
Aug 14, 2013

is thier a sequil????

BPLNextBestKids Aug 18, 2012

12-year-old Fisher is a science geek and a genius like his parents who are Nobel Prize winning scientists. Because he is short, shy and smart, he is bullied at school. His mother is working on a secret project and Fisher uses a little of her formula to clone himself. When the clone goes to school in Fisher’s place he seems nothing like the quiet Fisher everyone was used to and Two, as Fisher calls him, becomes popular and a trend-setter. This book is full of amazing inventions that will stagger your imagination, not the least of which are a flying pig and dancing whales. Read this book and prepare to be entertained. Reviewed by BPL volunteer EE.

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