Bees in My Butt

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
In Bees in My Butt, the first book of the Smartboys Club series, the members of the Smartboys Club use their skills to defeat a group of crazed Ninjas that take over the school. And it happens on a day when one of the Smartboys has the worst case of flatulence imaginable.
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About Rebecca Shelley

Rebecca Shelley writes a wide variety of books—everything from picture books to spy thrillers.

She especially likes to write about fantasy creatures such as dragons and fairies.

Her children’s books are written under the Rebecca Shelley name.

Her thrillers and other books for adults are written under the R. L. Tyler pen name.

She also has two books out under the R. D. Henham pen name—Red Dragon Codex and Brass Dragon Codex.

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Reviews of Bees in My Butt by Rebecca Shelley

R. A. Danger reviewed on June 14, 2011

Monkey and the rest of the gang have more of a problem, for that day then just flatulence. It seems a small gang of ninjas with water guns wants to turn the school into a charter school and the leader (use your mystery skills to figure this one out) is personally out to get Monkey and prove he is smarter then he acts.
It doesn’t take long for the Ninjas to turn the school upside down. So it’s up to the smart boys to solve this problem and keep their smartness in tack. It will take all their skills to come up with a plan to turn everything back up again.
There is in-depth notes at the end telling about the stuff they mention in the book.
Make sure you tell Monkey he does have a weapon.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Matthew Shelley reviewed on Nov. 29, 2010

this book is really really good. i've read it several times. i love how Monkey throws skunk oil at the ninja leader. i'm not gonna spoil anymore of the book. if you want to know what happens read it yourself.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Adrieanne Gresh reviewed on Nov. 29, 2010

Funny, grade-school humor. Crossed between Captain Underpants and Junie B. Jones. Characters deal with problems in a funny, stinky way.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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