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by Barbara Park

ePub Skinnybones (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download
Barbara Park
Turtleback Books; Revised edition (July 8, 1997)
Sports & Outdoors
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. If you thought Junie B. Jones was FUNNY-catch more laughs from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Park with Skinnybones ! Just right for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and I Funny.

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School & Library Binding: 352 pages.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). School & Library Binding: 352 pages.

Library Binding: 192 pages. This beautiful book is full of emmotion. It's about poor teenaged girl who wants money to live in a house like a normal family

Library Binding: 192 pages. It's about poor teenaged girl who wants money to live in a house like a normal family. She goes to school in stained crinkeled clothes, lives in a old smelly car and cleans up in a shop close by. All I can say is that I loved this book from the first page.

For use in schools and libraries only. School & Library Binding: 240 pages. Publisher: Turtleback Books (July 31, 2001). ISBN-13: 978-0613610025. Product Dimensions: . x . x 7 inches. Shipping Weight: . ounces.

Almost Starring Skinnybones by Park, Barbara (1989) Paperback . ISBN 10: 083354988X ISBN 13: 9780833549884.

Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Seller Inventory 2895568640. Few homeowners will ever need another wiring book.

217 Pages·1999·598 KB·266 Downloads·New! For use in schools and libraries only. A series of letters to an unknown correspondent reveals.

October 1999 : USA Library Binding

Almost starring skinnybones. When Alex Frankovitch-better known as Skinnybones-gets the chance to star in a TV commercial, it seems as though his dreams have come true.

Almost starring skinnybones. Who cares if it’s just a cat food commercial and he plays a six-year-old wearing a dorky coonskin cap? It’s still national television-and a rare opportunity to thumb his nose at his classmates.

Then, a couple of days before the game, he goes around school announcing how badly the other team is going to get whipped. Nobody ever argues with him, either. Cause they all know it’s true. Anyway, that’s why I wasn’t surprised when . went through the halls bragging about how Franklin’s Sporting Goods was going to mop up the floor with Fran and Ethel’s Cleaning Service. Fran and Ethel’s Cleaning Service-that’s the name of my team this year. Catchy, huh? When I first found out about it, I thought about quitting.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Alex's active sense of humor helps him get along with the school braggart, make the most of his athletic talents, and simply get by in a hectic world.
  • This book is humorous, but the humor arises because the protagonist (Alex) is a troublemaker. He enjoys causing mayhem, “shaking things up”. And his sarcasm beats most I’ve ever heard or had to endure. I’m not sure what this says about (me!) or the thousands of kids who think it’s side-splitting funny. Its humor also revolves around a lot of bullying. But a lot of kids can identify with Alex who is small in stature and bullied a lot. The things he comes up with on the spot can make a person choke (funny) On the first day of school, he was bored with the way the introductions were going, so with permission, he decided to liven it up, “Okay. I’m Alex Frankovitch,” I said. “I brought a sandwich for lunch today. And I’d just like everyone to know that my bologna has a first name…it’s O-s-c-a-r.” Snort funny! But in real life, not so much. Anyway, I think it would be a great read a-loud book in a classroom, where the teacher can assume voices for the characters!

  • Finding this classic tale of boy meets nemisis meets baseball meets comedy genius so many years after my original reading in elementary school has been a real treat. Just as hilarious over twenty years later.

  • One of the better children's book for boys 8-12 from the 70's and 80's, before helicopter parenting and smart phones and realistic video games. Easy to read, and funny, but with situations most can relate to.

  • Came in great condition and the kids are loving it. I read it to my daughters and now they are reading it to their children. Local libraries do not carry it any more.

  • (Written by my 8 year old:)Alex is a kid that is not very strong. Tj is the best pitcher in little league baseball and is a bully. (Written by me:) this is a cute story, very appropriate for 3rd grade. My son and I laughed out loud several times. Well written.

  • My 11-year old said it was a good one! He could read something more challenging, but he really enjoyed this!

  • This is such a funny book to use for book clubs or to read aloud. My fourth graders love this story!

  • Hilarious read- one of the best out there!