Annotations for Masters of Disaster

Baker & Taylor
A whimsical volume of tales follows the adventures of a trio of mischievous boys who engage in such activities as an attempt to break a world record, a sojourn into a bull-fighting ring and a haphazard re-enactment of a scene from a book. By the best-selling author of Mudshark.

Random House, Inc.
"Let's face facts: We may be the most boring twelve-year-olds on the planet."

Henry Mosley decides that he and his pals Riley and Reed have got to liven things up. They need to go on some earth-shaking adventures and make a name for themselves. Henry is the mastermind; Riley's the cautious researcher who's prepared for anything. And somehow fearful Reed always ends up with the scariest, craziest assignments.
Roped into wacky attempts to break world records, reenact scenes from books, solve a hundred-year-old murder, and carry out Henry's other inspired ideas, Riley and Reed follow their fearless leader everywhere: into the wilderness (truly terrifying), inside a bull-riding ring, into a haunted house, off the neighbors' roof, and into a cataclysmic collision with explosive life-forms. Gary Paulsen brings all his trademark humor to this fast-paced novel of fun and disaster.