Quotes from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!

James Patterson ·  288 pages

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“All teachers who were telling everyone where to go were wearing outfits made of aluminum foil , like robot aliens . ”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


“I mean Zeke McDonald and Kenny Patel, the left and right butt cheeks of Cathedral School of the Arts.”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


“TWENTY-TWO HOURS AND FORTY-NINE MINUTES LATER (NOT THAT I WAS COUNTING OR ANYTHING) To:”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


“My father left when I was four and Georgia was two. That was about a year after Leo died. Once he was gone, we never heard from him again. End of story.”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


“I could have farted out loud, and it would have been less embarrassing than the silence. Finally,”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!



“Twenty-three thousand years ago, someone created this image on the wall of a cave,” Mr. Beekman said. “Now, who do you suppose was the artist here?” “Was it you?”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


“Move over, Wimpy Kid—RAFE K. has arrived!”
― James Patterson, quote from Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!


About the author

James Patterson
Born place: in Newburgh, New York, The United States
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