Everyone has to run for an office in Mrs. Green's class election. Everyone has to Run for Something in the Class Election. But You'd Rather Run for Your Life! Even Worse, You're Running Against Doris, Who's Bought the Whole Class's Votes with Ice Cream - Even Your Friends. And if you Lose the Election, They Might Vote you Out of School - Yikes!
Mean Mrs. Green says that everyone has to invent something for the school science fair. But everyone would rather invent a way to get out of it! Hubie can't decide on what he's going to do. He thinks all the good inventions have been done already. And all of his friends have figured out what they are going to do. He tries to decide between cloning himself or building a laugh machine. After a bad dream about cloning, he decides to build a laugh machine....
Field day is one week away, and everyone has to go. But you'd rather go home! Crazy coach Kong is making up all the events! You might leap over lions, hop over hippos, skip through snakes, and tiptoe around tigers! Will it be a field day of dreams or a field day of screams?
Hubie just feels sick because baseball fever is catching everyone. The only hit he had last year was when he got hit in the head by a ball. Will he make the big hit this year and knock the ball out of the park?
"It's the end of March, and Hubie is struggling to prepare his pranks for the big day. The whoopee cushion, the rubber tarantula, and the fly in the ice cube just aren't good enough anymore--not when the worst joke comes from the place he least expects it"--P.  of cover.
For Hubie, getting ready to go back to school after summer vacation is worse than actually going to class. His mom picks out all the wrong clothes, he gets back-to-back shots from his doctor, and there are rumors of a new teacher worse than any other. Will Hubie fail before school even starts.
Eric is having a New Year's Eve sleepover, but Hubie has never spent the night away from home. He's going to be in a strange bed, in a strange room, in a strange house. What if Hubie gets sick or has a bad dream? What happens if Eric starts telling his cheesy jokes? And what's all this talk about making a New Year's revolution?
It's spring and Hubie's class is having a dance. Everyone has to go and everyone has to dance--with girls--but Hubie has two left feet and all the wrong moves. Plus his dance teacher is the size of a football player. Will Hubie sweep his partner off her feet, or will he end up flat on his face?
Hubie's class is giving thanks for the things they enjoy most, but how can Hubie be thankful when none of his friends will make a float with him? How can Hubie eat all of the food for Thanksgiving dinner?
"It's St. Patrick's Day and Hubie needs to find something green to wear for the big class parade. Leprechauns, four-leaf clovers, pickles - how can he possibly make a decision with all these great options?" -- Provided by publisher.