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A straight A student
A student who bullied others
A student with plenty of ideas who knew what to do with them
A really well behaved student
He asked distracting questions right before the bell rang.
He complained that homework was a waste of time.
He had a conference with his teachers to talk them out of homework.
He wrote poems about the silliness of homework.
A magic marker
She called their parents and had a conference with them.
She made them stand in a corner holding a dictionary.
She sent them to the principal's office.
She kept them after school and made write sentences.
To sign an agreement that he would stop using the word "frindle"
As evidence to give to the principal.
To later prove that she had never changed the letter.
So she would remember his name in the future.
He invested Nick's money in the stock market.
He sold frindle products and put part of the profits into an account for Nick.
He helped Nick create and sell frindle products.
He paid Nick to star in an advertisement for frindle products.
When he graduated from high school.
On the last day of school that year.
After he appeared on CBS news and became famous.
Prove how smart he was to Mrs. Granger
Prove to Mrs. Granger she didn't know all the words in the dictionary.
Prove that he could make a new word to his parents.
Prove that he could disrupt Mrs. Granger's class.
A telephone book
A set of encyclopedias
They heard it from Bud Lawrence.
They read it in the Westfield Gazette.
It was on the TV national news.
They heard it on the radio.
He turned up the thermostat.
He poured white sand on the floor.
He got all the kids to change into shorts and t-shirts.
All of the above.
A gold fountain pen.
A diamond bracelet.
Mrs. Granger's maroon fountain pen with a blue cap.
T-shirt with the word frindle on it.
Sunglasses with the word frindle on them.
Baseball hats with the word frindle on them.
Pens with the word frindle on them.
T-shirts with the word frindle on them.
She always threw them in the trashcan before they left.
They just wrote their name over and over.
Mrs. Granger told them she didn't look at them.
They sometimes wrote the word frindle instead of pen.