Describe each character in Frindle. Are they bad, good, arrogant, foolish etc...

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The central character in Frindle is Nick Allen, the fifth grader who invents the word "frindle."  Nick is intelligent and extremely creative, the innovative mind who engineers elaborate pranks in third and fourth grades.  Some might consider him a bit of a troublemaker.

Another central character in the book is Nick's fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Granger .  Mrs. Granger has the reputation of being a tough teacher.  She has been teaching at Lincoln Elementary School for years, and is a stickler for proper language use.  Mrs. Granger is stern, but not mean.  She decides to play the villain when Nick instigates his fifth grade disruption with the word "frindle," but deep inside she is respectful of the boy's...

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