Gregory has never liked school. And now that he’s in sixth grade, life has only gotten worse. He’s been held back twice and expelled once. His parents think he should go to boarding school, but his only happy moments have been found in his grandfather’s cluttered shed, among the tools he uses to build his inventions. Grandfather has been his only supporter, but now even he is urging Gregory to take control of his life. Gregory has to wonder if a fresh start-in school and in life-might not be such a terrible idea after all. This fresh, funny, direct story will resonate with every reader who has ever felt like a square peg in a round hole.