Fourth Grade Rats
  • Fourth Grade Rats
  • Fourth Grade Rats
  • Fourth Grade Rats
  • Fourth Grade Rats
  • Fourth Grade Rats
ISBN: 0545464781
EAN13: 9780545464789
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 1, 2012
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.4" L x 5.3" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Last year Suds was a Third Grade Angel, but now. it's time to be a Fourth Grade Rat

Fourth graders are tough. They aren't afraid of spiders. They say no to their moms. They push first graders off the swings. And they never, ever cry.Suds knows that now he's in fourth grade, he's supposed to be a rat. But whenever he tries to act like one, something goes wrong. Can Suds's friend Joey teach him to toughen up. or will Suds remain a fourth grade wimp?Now with brand-new illustrations, this sequel to Jerry Spinelli's THIRD GRADE ANGELS is a classic story of fitting in (or not) and friendship.

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5
   Awesome book
This book is one of the most entertaining and witty books I've ever read. You should definitely read this book, by far the best.
 
5
   AWESOME BOOK!!!!!!!!!(:(:(:(:(:(:!!!!
I like it, well all the descriptive words. I like the part when he got stuck in the tree to get the cat, he said.
 
5
   Awesome story
I would recommend this book to anyone and thank you Jerry Spinnelli for writing it.
 
5
   My Fourth Graders Love It!
I've read this book to my new fourth-grade students each year. As the main character awkwardly navigates his way through the maze of staircases, we all can't help but laugh. Every child in the class was engaged in the read aloud.
 
4
   Good book
Next time I get called up, I want to make sure the kid is okay. I would recommend it to the kid that loves to read.
 
4
   📚 3rd grader read this book for reading counts points.
The book was okay bought for my son, he needed a break from the I survived series with something light hearted and fun, it took some time for him to start enjoying the book. I think it had an interesting and original idea, but just didn't work as advertised. I also didn't like how it used improper grammar and language in the set up of dialogue, it bugged me. It had a good lesson, to be yourself and not care what others think of you, so I might be delving too deep into my criticism but I've read a lot of crap with my son, and I felt I needed to express this.
 
5
   This poop was kid perfect and super kid friendly😁.
Hey is your kid love to read if he or she does and I definitely recommend this book even if they don't it's going to make them want to read more.
 
3
   Grade appropriate!
I think it's a great book, Rowling said. Even though it may seem daunting at first, it teaches lessons of what it is like to go into a new grade. Especially in the beginning of the school year when students can be a bit confused about how to fit in now that they have reached a new grade. Definitely a bit out of date on some of the technology cassettes, and could use a girls perspective too!
 
5
   Simply put Excellent reading
I can't say enough about these books. My grand son was given third grade Angels by his teacher as he was about to enter his first year of school. A great present, Mr. D'Antonio said. We read it and could not put it down, so we had to get 4th grade rats! We're huge fans of the Harry Potter series, and the books teach great lessons. Highly recommend.
 
5
   Amazing books
The book was awesome and funny from 2 boys who were trying to become MEN!!!! In "The Fifth Estate," we meet Robert B. Lee, inventor of the Roomba, and find out what makes his life so special.
 
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