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The Lunch Club




Unicorn enthusiast.
New kid at school.
Member of the Philately Club.



Class clown.
Sports fan.
Member of the Philately Club.


Mr. Peabody

Amateur napper.
Official guardian of the Philately Club.


Cover 1: It Came from the Basement

#1 It Came from the Basement

Things are perfectly nice at Pleasant Valley Elementary. The hallways are clean. The staff love kittens. There are many enriching and entertaining clubs to join. And there’s nothing monstrous in the basement. At all. Really. Can three unlikely heroes come together...and save the world?

Cover 2: The Curse of the Scarewolf

#2 The Curse of the Scarewolf

Festive fall fun is underway at Pleasant Valley Elementary. The science fair is bustling. Costumes for the Halloween bash are being planned. And a mutant mouse RAT! has turned Mr. Peabody into some sort of wolf. Wait, what? Can Tia and Leo turn him back...or will they, too, turn into slobbery beasts?

Cover 3: The Mutant Mouse from Outer Space

#3 The Mutant Mouse from Outer Space

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Pleasantville Elementary — but that doesn’t mean that all is calm. A mysterious gift winds up spreading more than Christmas cheer as student after student turn into mutant zombies. Where did this gift come from? Who is behind it? How can it be stopped? And how does a lava lamp fit into all of this?

Discover The Lunch Club in French: See Les timbrés


Dominique Pelletier

Dom Pelletier started drawing cartoons at the age of five and has not stopped since! He attended Laval University, and after spending time in the great outdoors planting trees for a living and travelling the world, he worked as a video game designer. His popular joke book series 100 blagues! Et plus... now has over 50 very funny bestselling titles. The new Lunch Club graphic novel series is his first in English with Scholastic Canada. He lives with his wife in Saint-Liboire, Quebec.


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Q & A





#1 Design a stamp for the Philately Club.
#2  It’s fun to colour – try it.
#3 More colouring fun!

Draw with Dom Pelletier!