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by Todd Strasser

eBook Help! I'm Trapped in the First Day of School epub
  • ISBN: 0590486470
  • Author: Todd Strasser
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apple (September 1, 1994)
  • ePUB size: 1765 kb
  • FB2 size 1336 kb
  • Formats lit azw mbr docx


Keep up the good work Todd Strasser keep up the good work with your books the first books of one of your series I. .I find this book fascinating because it's about a kid repeating the first day of school.

Keep up the good work Todd Strasser keep up the good work with your books the first books of one of your series I read I fell in love with. It's very "Tru Calling" -- another show that I like -- although in that show, the main character has some idea of why she's repeating days and has specific goals. In this book, things are a bit more vague at first, but through each day's repeats, the main character gains knowledge and is able to make new choices. One of the most interesting elements is that it stays totally within the perspective of an eighth grader.

by. Todd Strasser (Goodreads Author)

by. Todd Strasser (Goodreads Author). An eighth-grader not just repeats a year, he repeats the first day of school over and over again. At first, the boy is shocked-until he realizes how he can make each first day wilder than the one before. When I read the first episode in the book about the first day, I was so mad at the main character's buddy Alex for how he treated people, especially poor Ollie, that I was just going to put down the book and not read it anymore but I'm glad I didn't because it gets better and better with every repeat.

Help! I'm Trapped in My Teacher's Body! is a light-hearted children's science fiction novel by Todd Strasser, first published in 1993. It is the first book in his Help!

Help! I'm Trapped in My Teacher's Body! is a light-hearted children's science fiction novel by Todd Strasser, first published in 1993. series, many of which have a similar body swap premise. Jake Sherman is sitting in his sixth grade science class with his friends Josh Hopka and Andy Kent

first day of school! I cracked up laughing about the cafeteria's rotten food in spite of myself.

first day of school! I cracked up laughing about the cafeteria's rotten food in spite of myself. That'd be awful but Alex the smart aleck got what he deserved, biting into a burger with rotten meat. I can't remember the main character's name, but we see him become a stronger person instead of a follower of the bad seed Alex, as he takes Ollie the new kid under his wing and saves his house from a fire, and befriends the new girl Amber; they have a great friendship going on!! The ending was wonderful.

is a series of 17 books written by Todd Strasser, published by Scholastic Press

is a series of 17 books written by Todd Strasser, published by Scholastic Press. With worldwide sales of over 10 million copies, the plots mainly center around a group of children and a machine that has the power to switch bodies. The first of the series, Help! I'm Trapped in my Teacher's Body, was published in 1993. Jake Sherman – The protagonist, who constantly switches bodies due to accidents or pure selfishness.

Home Todd Strasser Help! I'm Trapped in a Supermodel's Body. 1. In my kitchen, Amber Sweeny, the smartest personand prettiest girl in our grade, swept her blond hair out of her face, leaned back in her chair, and blew a perfect saliva bubble. How do you do it?" I asked.

Todd Strasser was born in New York City. I'm Trapped in My Teacher's Body and since then has written 16 more Help!

Todd Strasser was born in New York City. While still a child, Strasser and his parents moved to Roslyn Heights, New York on Long Island. Strasser attended the . Willets Elementary school and then the Wheatley School for junior high and high school. n 1990, Strasser moved to Westchester County, . where during the next few years, he wrote various movie novelizations, including Home Alone, Free Willy, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Jumanji. books, as well as several other series.

Jake Sherman is nervous enough about spending the whole summer at camp, but then fears the first day may never en. Help! I'm Trapped in the First Day of Summer Camp.

Todd Strasser page on TeachingBooks. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Blog for Todd Strasser. Audio Name Pronunciation with Todd Strasser.

Plotting plenty of tricks for the new school year, Jake Sherman thinks he will rule the eighth grade, until he discovers that he has to relive the first day over and over again, and makes each day zanier than the last. Original.
Comments: (7)
Eigeni
We have purchased several of the Help! I'm Trapped... books. They are always excitedly anticipated and eagerly devoured by my big boys. I hear lots of laughing and snickering when they are reading these books.
Vetibert
The book is funny, entertaining and educational at the same time. It teaches you about morals and not to bully people and the consequences of bullying that may happen to you.
Quendant
I loved most of the parts of the book like the part when he would pull websites on people now that's was funny!!! Keep up the good work Todd Strasser keep up the good work with your books the first books of one of your series I read I fell in love with.the book!!!! GOlD MINE!!!
Manarius
I recommend you get this book if you haven't already yet. It is really good. I loved it and it was awesome.
Usanner
My 5th grade students love this book each years. It is excellent on learning about character development throughout a fictional text.
Very Old Chap
"Help! I'm Trapped in the First Day of School" is a memorable story I first read over ten years ago, probably around the time it first came out. This is a classic book with a great plotline and recently my memory brought me back to it.

This book begins with a boy waking up from a dream about a groundhog named Bill. This is a portent of things to come and an excellent reference for those reading who get it --- which may not be all that many.

I find this book fascinating because it's about a kid repeating the first day of school. It's very "Tru Calling" --- another show that I like --- although in that show, the main character has some idea of why she's repeating days and has specific goals. In this book, things are a bit more vague at first, but through each day's repeats, the main character gains knowledge and is able to make new choices. One of the most interesting elements is that it stays totally within the perspective of an eighth grader. He doesn't think about using the repeating situation to score massive financial gain, or even to somehow skip going to school.

Really, I did think that this is one of Todd Strasser's better books, if not actually the best. I thought the ending was spot-on and really makes you think. In fact, I'd say this is a book that seems rather ordinary at first, but actually has a lot of depth. Strongly recommended for anyone who's a fan of Todd Strasser's other work, the original story in this series ("Help! I'm Trapped in My Teacher's Body") or just wants to read a thought-provoking book.
Garr
I recently picked this book up at a second-hand store while looking for kids' books. I'd never read this before but I thought it was based on an article/story in a magazine I remember reading in school in 7th grade about the same situation; being "stuck in the first day of school": waking up every day and having to start over again! I don't remember what magazine that was that that story was in; supposedly it was some educational/religious magazine since I was at a Christian school that year, however when I read this book, I discovered this book wasn't what I thought and probably had no connection with the story in the magazine although both were similar.
When I read the first episode in the book about the first day, I was so mad at the main character's buddy Alex for how he treated people, especially poor Ollie, that I was just going to put down the book and not read it anymore but I'm glad I didn't because it gets better and better with every repeat first day of school! I cracked up laughing about the cafeteria's rotten food in spite of myself. That'd be awful but Alex the smart aleck got what he deserved, biting into a burger with rotten meat.
I can't remember the main character's name, but we see him become a stronger person instead of a follower of the bad seed Alex, as he takes Ollie the new kid under his wing and saves his house from a fire, and befriends the new girl Amber; they have a great friendship going on!! The ending was wonderful. I like this book a lot better than that article I said I read in 7th grade that was similar to this story because it had a happy and satisfying ending, whereas the one in the magazine left you hanging on a cliff practically! Very clever story, beautifully written. Kudos to Mr. Strasser, keep up the good work!
hey my name is juancarlos and i hope to tell you and persuade you to read this book. i belive this book was great its about this boy who started out with this boy who's name is Jake Sherman and his friend alex silver who start the first day of school as the knights of wedgy and the next day jake realizes that he is going through the first day of school he does this for about 6 or 7 times and cant stop one day he got a new friend named olly from ohio who came to his city the day before school started and when he got home his house was tottally burned. then since jake is the only one who realizes he is going through the same day over AND OVER again he tells olly to turn of his oven and the house didnt catch fire the next day after that he finally got to go to the second day of school
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