[Ebook Kindle ePUB] The 6th Grade Nickname Game by Gordon Korman
Ped up with a happy ending I would recommend this for a read aloud with your middle schoolers Cute story gave myself my son some laughs while we read it I was straightening up my son s book shelves and as is usual for me I read a few of them Gordon Korman is one of DS s favorite authors at the moment so he asked me to read this one in particular It is a light book nice uick read aimed at 4th 6th grade boys Two best friends who have a great time assigning appropriate nicknames for everyone they encounter There is a nice little message threaded through the book about friendship and loyalty and also about how maybe a person given a nickname THAT IS NOT UITE IN LINE is not uite in line the opinion others have about that person might actually step outside themselves and rise to the expectation s OF THE NICKNAME THIS HAPPENED WITH GOOD EFFECT TO the nickname This happened with good effect to but it also begs the uestion about the conseuences of negative nicknames The main impression I got from this book was how a perfectly wonderful lifetime friendship between two 11 yr old boys can be totally ruined by the introduction of a new girl in school I recently finished the book The 6th Grade Nickname Game by Gordon Korman It is about two 6th grade boys named Wiley and Jeff who give all their friends crazy nicknames like Snoopy based named Wiley and Jeff who give all their friends crazy nicknames like Snoopy based themselves No name seems to say it all On top of that some of the nicknames are backfiring and their new teacher is in danger of losing his job Will the nicknamers be able to get it together before it's too la. Personally I thought this book was not bad not good just another
that I forget about the week after i I read that I will forget about the week after i I read I think considering the length vocabulary and content this book should be for younger ids not 11 and 12 year olds No deep content but it does portray some good messagesmorals about friendship acceptance judging people before you now them I think the book had the right ending If either Wiley or Jeff took Cassandra to the school dance the book would have shown that it is okay to betray your friend this book was also my class read aloud from this year Very funny book for middle school students Didn t realize Gordon Korman was the author when I was reading it he is uickly becoming a favorite middle grade author that I m sure my students will enjoy This book was pretty good I didn t really like how Jeff and Wiley acted like they weren t themselves just because they both wanted Cassandra An example of that is when Jeff and Wiley were talking about how lame the international festival was but then Jeff went and signed up for it anyway I do like how it ended up that neither of the boys got to go with Cassandra to the Sadie up that neither of the boys got to go with Cassandra to the Sadie dance and they realized what they had done to their friendship This book also had a good moral that you should never underesti. Almost everyone in Old Orchard Public School OOPS has had the dubious honor of receiving a nickname from best friends Jeff and Wiley They've dubbed their own underachieving class the Dim Bulbs their pop eyed principa. .book that i
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Mate anybody Like when they all worked together to save Mr Hughes job I did not think that it was going to work but it did I read this to my 10 yr old daughter It wasn t horrible but I didn t enjoy it It would have been a good one for her to read by herself The story just wasn t interesting enough for me This is a nice and sometimes funny story about two best friends who run into some problems and turn against each other At the same time their teacher and class run into of their own which they
must overcome One of my fifth grade boys recommended this book toovercome One of my fifth grade boys recommended this book to I love that Gordon Korman didn t portray all the adults as stupid and all the ids as all nowing I love that he gave libraries books and reading a positive and important role in the story The characters included a variety of developed personalities and included a central problem that is common to this age group fights with friends I enjoyed his writing styleThe main characters Jeff and Wiley have always been best friends They think alike and act alike But when their likeness causes arguments between them things get rough Will they work things out Will they be friends in the end Read it and find out I read this book with my 6th grade class They loved it We laughed we got frustrated and it all wrap. L is better nown as Deer in the Headlights and their enormous football coach turned teacher is now Mr HugeIt's only when a spunky red haired environmentalist named Cassandra enters their lives that the boys begin to. ,