There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom is a juvenile fiction book from the author Louis Sachar , about a fifth-grade bully named Bradley whose behavior improves after intervention from a school counselor. The title comes from a point when a character, Jeff, is horribly embarrassed after accidentally entering the girls' bathroom while trying to go to the school counselor's office when a teacher gives him the wrong directions. Bradley Chalkers is the protagonist of the book. He is the oldest student in the fifth-grade class, having repeated fourth grade. In his school, he sits at the back of the class, last seat, last row, and never pays any attention, preferring to scribble, cut up pieces of paper, or partake in other mindless tasks which keep his mind off the lesson.
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Join our email newsletter to receive free updates! He is the oldest child in the class. He tells enormous lies. He picks fights with girls, and the teachers say he has "serious behaviour problems. She thinks Bradley is sensitive and generous, and she even enjoys his far-fetched stories.
I thought this book was about a trans boy. However, take a look at these covers: can you see how I made my mistake? However, it became quite clear pretty early on that this book was written for Primary School kids too. So many of his actions really annoyed me — it was quite sad watching him turn all these people away from him. Totally normal 10 year old behaviour.
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