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eBook My Life As a Fifth-Grade Comedian epub
  • ISBN: 043922361X
  • Author: Elizabeth Levy
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic (2000)
  • Pages: 184 pages
  • ePUB size: 1742 kb
  • FB2 size 1944 kb
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Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor. In the book, My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Bobby, the main character, is a huge class clown. Additionally, he never does his homework and slacks off in school.

Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor. She has proven it with her award-winning books for young readers, including My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Keep Ms. Sugarman In The Fourth Grade, and other best-selling books in the Sam and Robert series, including Frankenstein Moved In On The Fourth Floor and Dracula Is A Pain In The Neck. She lives in New York City. His teacher Mr. Maooouus, can also be funny, but he doesn't over do it being too funn, unlike Bobb.

Mariana Henao My life as a fifth-grade comedian Elizabeth Levy Comedy book Pg. 12. 128. Summary: Bobby is the clown of his class, he always is laughing, he always is in problems. She loves to try writing different types of Elizabeth Levy has been writing and publishing books for over thirty years and sometimes now she meets kids whose parents read her books when they were children! She has written over 80 books, a number that continues to surprise her, as it surprises her how long she's been at it. Over the years they've printed lots of her books - over five million of them.

Elizabeth Levy (born April 4, 1942) is an author who has written over eighty children's books in a variety of genres. My Life as a Fifth-Grade Comedian, (1997), Harper Collins, ISBN 978-0-06-026602-8. Born in Buffalo, New York, she is currently living in New York City. She has appeared as a contestant on "Funny Or Die's Billy on the Street" on TruTV. Seventh Grade Tango, (2000), Hyperion Books for Children, ISBN 978-0-7868-0498-6. Who are you Calling a Woolly Mammoth?: Prehistoric America, Daniel McFeeley (illustrator), . Havlan (additional material), (2000), Scholastic, ISBN 978-0-590-12938-1 - first in the America's Funny But True History series. She also wrote the book My Life as a Fifth-Grade Comedian as well as the series with the overall title America's Funny But True History. Levy wrote several adaptations of the Star Wars episode Return of the Jedi. Born in Buffalo, New York. Currently living in New York, New York. Partial bibliography. Something Queer at the Birthday Party, Mordicai Gerstein (illustrator), (1990), Delacorte Press

Bobby is the class clown. He can always be counted on to crack up his friends and sometimes even the teachers.

Bobby is the class clown. But he can't always be counted on to stay out of trouble'and that's no joke when you're in danger of being shipped off to a special school for kids with 'behavioral problems. Bobby's got one last chance to prove to his teachers, his principal, and his parents'especially his super-sarcastic dad'that he can be taken seriously.

Elizabeth Levy is an author who has written over eighty children's books in a variety of genres. She also wrote the book

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In this misleadingly titled book, the jokes fall flat (many simply because they appear in the chapter headings before they come up naturally in the text), but the drama soars

In this misleadingly titled book, the jokes fall flat (many simply because they appear in the chapter headings before they come up naturally in the text), but the drama soars.

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Life as the class clown mayseem like a laugh a minute,but Bobby's situation is nojoke:His constant misbehavior isaboutto send him to the Schoolfor Intervention-two steps fromreformschool.

Bobby's older brother went there. That is, before he got kicked out of school altogether and then kicked out of the house. Their father calls it tough love, but to Bobby it seems more like tough luck. And he knows he could be next.

Bobby's got one last chance to prove to his teachers, his parents, and himself that comedy is no joke. His assignment: to put on a school-wide laugh-off. It'll be a stand-up standoff between the teachers and the students-and may the best comic win.

But being the King of Comedy isn't Bobby's only goal. The Great Laugh-Off is also his chance to teach his sarcastic father an important lesson: that jokes can have the power to hurt-and also to heal.

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Comments: (7)
Akisame
Loved the comedy and the fact that if you're the loud mouth, attention is going to be given to you -whether good or bad. The main character has to pull his choir class together to create a Christmas concert. The problems and reactions are very typical and the book is well-written and believable. Nice to have a male protagonist
ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
My reluctant reader is LOVING this book and reading it without me asking him to.
Kardana
The humor is difficult to read.
Uyehuguita
My 10 year old son just loved this book. He talked about it all the time.
Nawenadet
a+
Ylal
I love the book and I was glad that I was able to purchase this product at a reasonable price
Blueshaper
Wonderful. Thanks
Alex

Have you ever had a class clown in your class? In the book, My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Bobby, the main character, is a huge class clown. Additionally, he never does his homework and slacks off in school. His teacher Mr. Maooouus, can also be funny, but he doesn't over do it being too funn, unlike Bobb. So one day MR. Matous asks the class to write a way on how the school could be improved. Bobby writes about a Laugh-Off. A Laugh-Off is a contest in which the winner is the one who gets the most laughs. Mr. Matous says if you make this Laugh-Off real, then we won't have to kick you out of school. Bobby was going to get kicked out because he was doing so bad in school. Will He get kicked out of school, or wll he stay, and make the Laugh-Off happen.

I thought this book was very good. I liked that every chapter has a joke, Why are vampires so bad, becuase they are suckers. I thought some of them were funny. I also liked how the author kept focus on the main characters. She could've just said some details that don't mean anything, but she didn't. I think the author did a very good job writing the book; it was smooth and easy to follow. The only part I din't like is the characters who had bad personality traits. For example, some kids thought they were funny bbut they weren't. I thought they were annoying. I give this book four stars out of five. This is a great book to read, I would reccomend it. Have you ever had a class clown in your class? In the book, My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Bobby, the main character, is a huge class clown. Additionally, he never does his homework and slacks off in school. His teacher Mr. Maooouus, can also be funny, but he doesn't over do it being too funn, unlike Bobb. So one day MR. Matous asks the class to write a way on how the school could be improved. Bobby writes about a Laugh-Off. A Laugh-Off is a contest in which the winner is the one who gets the most laughs. Mr. Matous says if you make this Laugh-Off real, then we won't have to kick you out of school. Bobby was going to get kicked out because he was doing so bad in school. Will He get kicked out of school, or wll he stay, and make the Laugh-Off happen.

I thought this book was very good. I liked that every chapter has a joke, Why are vampires so bad, becuase they are suckers. I thought some of them were funny. I also liked how the author kept focus on the main characters. She could've just said some details that don't mean anything, but she didn't. I think the author did a very good job writing the book; it was smooth and easy to follow. The only part I din't like is the characters who had bad personality traits. For example, some kids thought they were funny bbut they weren't. I thought they were annoying. I give this book four stars out of five. This is a great book to read, I would reccomend it.
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