grades 3 - 6
Clueless McGee is just your average fifth-grader: snarky, awkward, and a magnet for trouble. The only difference: he's also an amateur detective. Determined to make his absent father proud, he uses the skills he's learned playing video games to solve mysteries. Only he's no Sherlock Holmes. Or Encyclopedia Brown. Or even Scooby-Doo. When the school bully is framed for filling the orchestra teacher's tuba with macaroni and cheese, Clueless is on the case. But can he catch the culprit before he strikes again? His only obstacle, as Jeff Mack shows us in his hilarious new illustrated series, is his own ineptitude . . . questionable talent . . . and limited intelligence. No problem!
“"Wimpy Kid" fans will be thrilled to find this book on the shelf.”-School Library Journal
“Mack’s wonderfully kidlike cartoons really embody P.J.’s rambunctiousness, enthusiasm, and—yes—cluelessness.”-Publisher’s Weekly
“Mack’s first foray into the cartoon-driven chapter book will be well received by the clueless and the clue-full alike.”-Kirkus