There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom

Synopsis: There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom is a 1987 juvenile fiction book from the author Louis Sachar, about a fifth-grade bully named Bradley whose behavior improves after intervention from a school counselor.
Genre: Comedy, Family
Year:
1987
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Narrator

Meet Bradley Chalkers

The oldest bully in the fifth grade.

No one likes him-

except Carla the new school counselor…

…she knows that Bradley could change

If only he weren’t afraid to try.

Sometimes … believing in yourself be the hardest thing in the world

Mrs Ebbel :
class I would like you to meet Jeff Fishkin Jeff has just moved here from Washington DC which as you know is our nation’s capital

Bradley Chalkers : why don’t you tell the class a little bit about yourself Jeff

Mrs Ebbel :
there’s no reason to be shy

have you ever been to the White House Jeff I’m sure the class would be very interested to hear about that

Jeff Fishkin :
no I’ve never been there

Mrs Ebbel :
we’ll I guess we’d better find you a place to sit hmm i don’t see any place except I suppose you sit there at the back

Girl in the front row : no not next to Bradley

Boy next to the girl : at least is better than in front with Bradley

Mrs Ebbel :
im sorry but there no empty desks

Jeff Fishkin :
i don’t mind where I sit

Mrs Ebbel :
well nobody like siting there

Bradley Chalkers : nobody likes it next to me

Mrs Ebbel :
most of you did very well I was very pleased there were fourteen Ayes and the rest bes of course there was one f

Jeff Fishkin :
hey Bradley wait up

Jeff Fishkin :
hi

(Bradley stared)

Jeff Fishkin :
i don’t mind sitting next to you I have been to the White House if you want I’ll tell you about it

Bradley Chalkers : give a dollar or I’ll spit on you

(Mrs Ebbel called him to her desk)

Bradley Chalkers : who me i didn’t do anything

Mrs Ebbel :
did you give my note to your mother

Bradley Chalkers : huh what note you never gave a note

Mrs Ebbel :
yes I did Bradley in fact I gave you two notes because you said the first one was stolen

Bradley Chalkers : that’s right I gave it to her a long time ago

Mrs Ebbel :
Bradley I think it’s very important your mother had come tomorrow tomorrow is parents conference day

Bradley Chalkers : she can’t come she’s sick

Mrs Ebbel :
you never gave the note did you

Bradley Chalkers : if you don’t believe me

Mrs Ebbel :
the school just hired a new counselor and I think it’s very important that your mother meet her

Bradley Chalkers : ah they already met they go bowling together

Mrs Ebbel :
I’m trying to help you Bradley

Bradley Chalkers : call the bowling alley if you don’t believe me

Mrs Ebbel :
Okay Bradley

(Bradley returned to his seat )

Jeff Fishkin :
hey Bradley wake up hi I don’t mind sitting next to you really

(Class finished)

Bradley Chalkers : hey Jeff wait up

(Jeff run)

Jeff Fishkin :
I don’t have enough money

Bradley Chalkers : I’ll give you a dollar if you’ll be my friend

Bradley Chalkers : have you ever been to the White House

Jeff Fishkin :
yes

Bradley Chalkers : me too

(Bradley turned and ran home)

Mrs Chalkers :
you’re home early

(Bradley walked the hall into his room)

Bradley chalkers: hey everybody Bradley’s home

(Then he jumped to the bed and started to talking to his animals and then his sister Claudia came)

Bradley Chalkers : get out of here or I’ll punch your face in

Claudia Chalkers : what are you doing talking to your animal friends

(She laughed showing her Braces and she stood on (Ronnie) Bradley’s animal toy)

Bradley Chalkers : who cares it’s just a stupid red rabbit

Claudia Chalkers : mom wants you she told me to get you

Bradley Chalkers : what does she want

Claudia Chalkers : she wants to talk to you tell your animals you’ll be right back

Bradley Chalkers : I wasn’t talking to them

Claudia Chalkers : what were you doing then

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