The Wednesdays
The Wednesdays
The Wednesdays
Jason Beene, Julie Bourbeau
Mystery, magic, mischief and monsters abound in this slightly fantastical story of a human kid who wants to stay that way. Perfect for fans of Ransom Riggs and Maryrose Wood.Max’s village is absolutely normal in every single way and on every single day—except Wednesday. Most of the townsfolk shutter their windows and lock their doors to hide away from the many peculiar things that happen—things like cats getting stuck in the vacuum cleaner and birthday cakes meeting fiery and horrific ends. But Max is too curious for that, and so, breaking every rule in the village, he searches out the cause of all the Wednesday weirdness. What he uncovers is a secret so devious—so dastardly and mischievous—that life as he knows it will never be the same. Max himself is not the same. Suddenly the mysterious little accidents so common on Wednesdays are happening to him on Thursdays, Fridays—even Saturdays! What’s come over Max? And more importantly, is there any cure for a case of the Wednesdays?

Book Details


  • Humor

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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<p>In the novel, The Wednesdays, by Julie Bourbeau, the main character is Max. He lives in a village that is plagued by &quot;the wednesdays.&quot; Every Wednesday, strange occurances take over - though never anything life-threatening. Max has always been intrigued by these occurances and decides to find out why these things are happening. Upon discovering the truth, Max ends up being a victim of &quot;the wednesdays&quot; on days other than just Wednesday.</p>

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