Peter Mason is a student at P.S. 38. He is in Mrs. Bigbee's first grade class and is mainly known as Nate Wright's "book buddy" in school and being the only person Nate has ever babysat ever. He is very intelligent for his age (considering he is in the 1st grade), and reads at an above-college level.
Nate had the idea of a summer camp in 2006. Peter's mom signed him up for it, but only because his mother missed the deadline for Robotic's camp. This started to make Peter furious at Nate and his mom. The two did a nature walk, which had no nature except Spitsy, a dog.
Then, the scavenger hunt was to force Peter into buying Nate food. He finally got Peter occupied with a New York Times Crossword Puzzle, but he solved it instantly. They had a "campfire" at 10:30 AM which was just an imaginary fire.
They played water sports, but it was only Marco Polo in an inflatable pool. It's also revealed later that they played "Duck Duck Goose" together. Peter was the first and only member at the summer camp. This ultimately lead to Peter being angry at being Nate's book buddy. Nate was later hired by Peter's mother to bring him to trick or treating and to the beach.
At the beach, Peter ran out of sunscreen. Nate gave him his own sunscreen, but it contained cocoa butter, and it was revealed that Peter is allergic to cocoa butter. Nate then came up with another came that involved Peter not telling his mom about that.
Nate once hired Peter to help him study for his social study exams. Nate ended up getting a 99%; he got every question right, yet he forgot to write his name.
Peter has brown hair, and wears small round glasses. Over the years, Peter had grown quite a bit fatter than before.
Nate is usually pretty friendly to him, not really noticing that Peter would rather he not be around. Peter sometimes screams when he hears Nate yell, “Peter, my boy!”
Unidentified female classmate
All that is known is that a girl in his class is in love with him. Peter seems uncomfortable with her affection, freaking out when she spots him and trying not to make eye contact with her in class.