By Jonathan Harlen
During this humorous and fast paced tale, a boy named Toby pass judgement on overcomes his fears to struggle for what he believes is correct. Kreeb's Correct-a-torium is a college for antisocial childrens housed in an deserted monastery jam-packed with dungeons and underground passageways. children will enjoy the gross and grotesque information as Toby infiltrates the varsity and makes an attempt to save lots of its scholars from the terrible punishments of the evil, child-hating Professor Kreeb.
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We were so ashamed. We hire the best tutors to teach him Quantum Physics and Advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, and what does he do? He stares at his paper and does nothing. He says he is bored with study. He wants to play football and cricket with the other boys. We’ve tried everything to make him work harder, but he won’t listen to us. ’ At the end of the interview with Mr and Mrs Chou, Professor Kreeb herself appeared on screen. ‘So there you have it,’ she said. ‘Three out of the four winners of my competiton have already been decided.
We found her lying face-down on her bedroom floor, her cheeks and hands smeared with chocolate, surrounded by empty Kit-Kat wrappers, and in a deep sugar-induced coma. But when she woke up she denied taking the money! What can we do to make her tell the truth? ‘The best-known punishment for lying is to wash out the child’s mouth with soap,’ Professor Kreeb said. ‘However, in my opinion this is fraught with danger. Many soaps these days are filled with wholesome, edible ingredients, and actually taste quite nice.
The old monastery was a gloomy, forbidding place. It was a crumbling brick building with a steep roof and rows of tiny shuttered windows. It was completely overshadowed and hemmed in by a forest of tall pine trees. Dead pine needles covered the driveway, the garden and the small, dry lawn in a cloak of evillooking rust brown. A tall wire-mesh fence surrounded the grounds, topped off with three rolls of extra-spiky barbed wire. In a half-circle above the gate, in letters cast from wrought iron, were the words KREEB’S CORRECT-ATORIUM.
Brain Scam by Jonathan Harlen