Punished by David Lubar
Logan knows he shouldn’t have been playing tag in the library reference stacks and he’s sorry that he crashed into Professor Wordsworth. Logan’s punishment is an unusual curse: everything he tries to say comes out as a pun. The cure, according to the elderly spell caster, involves more wordplay: Logan must hunt down examples of oxymorons, anagrams, and palindromes. (19 copies of this book available)
A bicycle can’t stand alone because it is two-tired.
Winning candy as a prize is always a sweet victory.
If you leave alphabet soup on the stove and go out, it could spell disaster.
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