Swim the Fly
Publish date: April 14th 2009
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Sports And Games
, High School
Series: Swim the Fly (#1)
Oh, I remember that summer - the one where I was desperate to see a real live naked girl! Oh wait, no, I was never a hormonal teenage boy.This book made me laugh, and cringe, and laugh and cringe (craugh? linge?). Also, made me kind of glad that I was never a teenage boy. Though, looking back at the...
Our Summer Goal: To See a Girl NakedThis book cracked me up! Matt Gratton is fourteen. He has two buddies Sean and Coop, and a wry sense of humor -- blessings that more than make up for his lack of muscles. Every summer Matt, Sean, and Coop swim on a summer club team and set a goal like riding their...
4 great peanut butter cookies.Cover Love:Yes. It is simple, there is a girl in a bikini and the font is kind of wonky. It would be a book a middle school/YA or reader would not mind carrying around.Why I Wanted to Read This:I had heard this was a super funny book and it is a YA book with a teenage...
If you are looking for a quick and funny read that doesn't need much brain power then please give this ago. Warning I think this is book for the boys. However, I think girls can enjoy it as well.Read full review: http://totallybookalicious.blogspot.com/...
Rip-roaring hilarious. A few high school buddies make it there mission to see a naked girl by the end of the summer. But lots of obstacles get in their way. The protagonist Matt is downright loveable as he puts himself in impossible situations. The best character of them all? Grandpa!I read this on ...
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