Books by Andrew Clements

Andrew Clements’ first job out of graduate school was teaching in public schools, and experience that proved invaluable for his later career as an author. With his slyly subversive first novel, Frindle (1996), Andrew Clements established himself as a master of the school story, a reputation he has only burnished over the years. His most recent novel, Trouble-Maker, profiles that type all kids (and teachers) know so well; Kirkus noted that the story "does its job with no trouble at all." Nowadays, he does his writing in a wood stove-equipped shed in his Massachusetts backyard. Photo credit: Worcester Telegram & Gazette