(Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson

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James Patterson ¼ 1 READ DOWNLOAD å IDELTA.US ¼ James Patterson READ ✓ Pottymouth and Stoopid Seventh grade Pottymouth and Stoopid are still stuck with the names and everyone in school including the teachers and their principal believe the labels are true So how do they go about changing everyone's minds By turning their misery into megastardom on TV of course And this important story delivers than jus. My 10 year old son and I both loved this and hope the seuel comes out in the voice of Pottymouth Teaches a valuable lesson while funny and at times sad A great partner to the I Funny books by Grabenstein and Patterson s Jimmy books

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James Patterson ¼ 1 READ DOWNLOAD å IDELTA.US ¼ James Patterson READ ✓ Pottymouth and Stoopid T laughs it shows that the worst bullying doesn't have to be physicaland that things will get better A great conversation starter for parents to read alongside their kidsOfficial Notice to ParentsThere is no actual pottymouthing or stupidity in this entire bookPsst kids that second part might not be entirely tr. arc received from ALAPattersonGrabensteins are mighty popular with my middle school readers but I am not sure how much they ll like this one There s a lot of episodic preamble towards the beginning and the story to the extent there s a story about David s ex dad who attempts to commercialize his son s experiences being bullied doesn t emerge until the middleIt s not that funny nor does it have the heart and charm of the Lemoncello s library seriesI will probably buy a copy and if it doesn t do well in middle school I will shop it down to elementary

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James Patterson ¼ 1 READ DOWNLOAD å IDELTA.US ¼ James Patterson READ ✓ Pottymouth and Stoopid Bestselling author James Patterson's best book for boys in years Tired of being bullied middle school underdogs Pottymouth and Stoopid finally fight back with the power of funnyDavid and his best friend Michael were tagged with awful nicknames way back in preschool when everyone did silly things Fast forward to. When I received the ARC of this title it came with a letter from James Patterson saying This book gets at one of the chief reasons why young men become unhappy angry and sometimes even violent Bullying like everything today has gotten complicated it also represents an essential message for young readers If Patterson truly believes this is the most important book I have ever written he should have made sure the finished product hinted at that message It does not If you are looking for a realistic and sensitive depiction of school bullying this is NOT the book for your child There is no emotional substance painful stereotypes and freuent behavior by teachers and administrators that would cost any real professional their jobs and a painfully rushed non ending that never gets around to teaching any lesson that Patterson may have set out to teach David the narrator and his best friend Michael are given cruel nicknames at young ages which follow them into middle school They are freuently teased by the popular kids led by a stereotypical cheerleading ueen bee and their only other friend is a girl Anna who is teased about being a brainiac Had this been the driving plot and the story remained some sense of realism it could have earned a place at the table beside Wonder and Spinelli s Loser However the authors attempt too hard to make the story comedic and the school abuse becomes incredibly unrealistic notably by the fact that the brunt of insults and exclusion come from school adults From the gym teacher refuses to let them try out for the basketball team because he believes Michael s personality will lead to the team getting disualified to judges leaving to go to the bathroom while the pair present their project to none of their teachers knowing their real names and calling them stupid in front of the class the story uickly crosses the line into unbelievable and most of the jokes in this story are directed at Michael and David encouraging the reader to laugh at them and their situation completely contradicting the message of being able to identify with bullied young men that I was promised The cartoon based on their lives plot missed an opportunity to discuss how insult based humor in the media impacts viewers and instead focuses on the stolen identity plot and the one dimensional villain that is David s ex dad The worst part that is taken away from the story is that contrary to what Patterson claims there is no lesson to be learned The principal only begins taking David and Michael seriously when he discovered they have high standardized test scores students only begin to treat them nicely when they become famous and their home lives only become better when their fame translates into a profit There was a perfect opportunity during the climax of the story for David to deliver a speech to the school and share how he feels and how this treatment has affected him and his friend but instead of delivering a speech to the reader he says uote My long life story you ve been reading is the story I told A textbook example of PattersonGrabenstein telling and not showing it s hard to understand why an author who wants this story to be meaningful misses so many blatant opportunities to add emotion and a broader discussion to a story that is stale and cliched without it The target audience of this book appears to be much younger than Grabenstein s other books as I don t think middle schoolers would find this realistic level wise and stylistically it s comparable to Wimpy Kid just without the charm of Kinney s characters This book aims to combine Wimpy Kid and Wonder and falls short of both being both unoriginal and un relatable As a bookseller I don t think I could in good faith promote this book with the words Patterson uses It s not important or meaningful but for young kids 7 10 looking for an easy summer read selling it as a farcical school tale about ridiculed kids suddenly becoming famous may work


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    (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson When I received the ARC of this title it came with a letter from James Patterson saying This book gets at one of the chief reasons why young men become unhappy angry and sometimes even violent Bullying like everything today has gotten complicated it also represents an essential message for young readers If Patterson truly believes this is the most important book I have ever written he should have made sure the finished

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    DOWNLOAD å IDELTA.US ¼ James Patterson James Patterson ¼ 1 READ (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson I received a free copy of this book and gave it to the 9 year old in my life He told me to rate it 4 34 stars so I'm translating that to five For a kid who's shied away from thicker books this was uite the accomplishment for him I was going to read it when he was finished but he's passed it along to one of his classmates Easy come easy go I suppose

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    (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson I really loved this book At first I assumed it'd be really childish and well stoopid But as they say never judge a book by its cover I really related to David and Michael I've never been called names in school but I was bullied other ways But that's another story Anyways if you need a good wholesome pick me up book don't be a fluffernutter an

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Pottymouth and Stoopid (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson James Patterson ¼ 1 READ It's hard to rate this When I first started reading it I thought it would be this book about kids doing goofy things to get laughs in class Not so at all These kids are treated horribly by students teachers and in one instance by David's dad One thing I didn't like was that he kept calling his dad his ex dad He

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    (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson FREE DOWNLOAD Pottymouth and Stoopid David and Michael have had the unfortunate challenge of being dubbed with horrible nicknames in school by their peers Michael who tends to speak with additional made up words was dubbed Pottymouth since everyone assumed the words were curses and David has the moniker Stoopid because he often makes mistakes particularly since he gets nervous Thes all goes back to kindergarten and a particular girl they have gone to school

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    (Pottymouth and Stoopid) [PDF/EBOOK] ¸ James Patterson This books is pretty adorable Both of my eight year old sons loved it so I'm confident that Patterson knows the desires of his target market It was just fine for me but I appreciate the humor lessons and graphics My favorit

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