There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom
Format: library binding
Publish date: May 12th 1987
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Chapter Books
The nine-year-old recommended this to me (she's on a huge Louis Sachar kick), and I almost didn't read it. The title has never appealed to me. I checked it out of the library, let it sit for about two weeks and finally picked it up. The story is reminiscent of The Great Gilly Hopkins. I was surpr...
I was disliking it at the beginning; I disliked the teacher who did not give a damn to his troubled student; I disliked the mother who ignored his son's behavior and turned a blind eye to his obvious troublesome attitude. Poor Bradley, he had a problem but no one could help him. Until counselor Ca...
It's a shame the title is so ridiculous, because the book itself is not. It's an honest and insightful look in to what makes a person "good" or "bad" and how one changes the way others perceive him. It also shows beautifully the difference that adults can make on the lives and self-images of child...
I remember in the second or third grade, we were asked by our teachers to make name tags for our desks (I think it was one of those first days of school things). I drew some clouds and a rainbow on mine, and I was really proud of myself. Then I noticed that the boy beside me had copied the exact sam...
For some time now, I began to think about my favorite book when I was younger. All I could recall was a troubled boy who spoke to toy animals. Imagine my shock when I found out that this was the book!Sachar yet again amazed and digs into the human soul with his youth lit. Don't be fooled by the t...
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