Format: Audio CD
Publisher: Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (May 28, 2013)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 7.5 MB
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it isn't like I intended for him to get damage. . . .Julian Twerski isn't really a bully. he is simply made a gigantic mistake. So while he returns to varsity after a weeklong suspension, his English instructor deals him a deal: if he retains a magazine and writes concerning the negative incident that bought him and his neighbors suspended, he can get out of writing a file on Shakespeare. Julian jumps on the likelihood. And so starts his account of lifestyles in 6th grade--blowing up home made fireworks, writing a love letter for his ally (with disastrous results), and caring even if he is nonetheless the quickest child in class. Lurking within the historical past, notwithstanding, is the only tale he cannot carry himself to inform, the single tale his instructor so much desires to hear.Inspired via Mark Goldblatt's personal formative years starting to be up in Sixties Queens, Twerp shines with humor and center. This remarkably robust tale may have readers guffawing and crying correct in addition to those wrong yet unforgettable characters.Praise for Twerp: A Bankstreet top e-book of the yr A Junior Library Guild choice A summer time best Ten teenagers’ Indie subsequent record PickA Sunshine country Award Finalist “Reminiscent of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. . . . You don’t need to be a twerp to learn this book.” —New York submit “A bright, soaking up tale approximately one boy’s misadventure, heartache, and desire for himself.” —Rebecca Stead, Newbery Award-winning writer of in case you achieve Me “Mark Goldblatt is an amazingly exceptional writer.” —Chris Grabenstein, long island instances bestselling writer of break out from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library “[Fans of] Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy child who've matured past the scope and gravity of that sequence will discover a kindred spirit in Julian.” —School Library magazine “Reminiscent of flicks just like the Sandlot. . . . Well-written and funny.” —The suggest “Alternately poignant and comical. . . . A thought-provoking exploration of bullying, own integrity and self-acceptance.” —Kirkus reports “A well timed book.” —New York magazine of Books “Elegant in its simplicity and accessibility.” —The Bulletin of the guts for Children’s Books “An empathetic and actual glimpse into the brain of a sixth-grade boy.” —The Florida Times-Union “Funny, poignant, and an efficient statement on bullying and its consequences.” —The Horn e-book MagazineFrom the Hardcover version.