Product Description Volume Two in the Amazon Bestselling Boy Stories Series for fifth grade boys… Jeffrey, Albert, Leo, Greg and all the gang return with more crazy, wild antics in Mr L’s fifth grade classroom. Fourteen new laugh-out-loud stories with math blasters, kickball, cute kittens, epic fights, scary camping trips, a zombie apocalypse, and so much more. Boy humor perfect for both reluctant and experienced elementary age readers, and a great read aloud for families with energetic, mischievous boys. DISCLAIMER: This book is for fifth grade boys, about fifth grade boys. If you have never been or met a fifth grade boy, this book is not for you. FURTHER DISCLAIMER:These stories won't teach lessons - There are no dead dogs or sick relatives. There is, however, a kitten named Fluffles. Hear an audio sample of the stories on the Boy Stories Podcast, available on all platforms. Review "A masterpiece for boys and peoples of all cultures to enjoy forever."- Jeffrey, fifth grade boy. "Pretty good." - Albert, fifth grade boy. "I recommend this book to people who are forced to read, like if you have a school assignment or your mom takes away your video games and you're bored. This is a good option because even though it's a book, it's interesting and funny. For a little bit I even forgot I was reading." - Porge, fifth grade boy. "I thought this book was cool. The boys did cool things, like play kickball." - Jake, fifth grade boy. "I read it to my mom and dad and they laughed. I liked that all the boys were friends in the end, no matter what. This book is about friendship, smiles, and happiness." - Timmy, fifth grade boy. "Even better than the first book. Actually, probably, the most amazing book ever written by anyone ever. I cried three times." - Greg, fifth grade boy. "A sprawling epic, ground-breaking in every imaginable way. Flawless." - Leo, fifth grade boy. "The author continues his exploration of boyhood, utilizing a veneer of humorous, rather banal tales to embellish a largely anecdotal, yet at times poignant, portrayal of fifth graders in their natural school environment. An easy read: three and a half stars." - Charlie, fifth grade boy. "Necessary research for any fifth grade girl. I learned a lot." - Maya, fifth grade girl. "Terrible, non-sensical, ridiculous, slanderous; a brazen insult to children's literature. There. I'd like to see him put that on the back cover." - Mr L, fifth grade teacher. "Mew." - Fluffles, fifth grade cat.