I Am So Over Being a Loser

I Am So Over Being a Loser This version is for Kindle Fire only The third book in this funny madcap must read series for boys and girls If you liked The Diary of a Wimpy Kid you ll love this My mum s embarrassing enough just

  • Title: I Am So Over Being a Loser
  • Author: Jim Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This version is for Kindle Fire only The third book in this funny madcap must read series for 7 boys and girls If you liked The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, you ll love this My mum s embarrassing enough just being my mum, but now she s won The Voice of Feeko s competition it s even worse Barry s mum has become a bit of celebrity, and now he can t go anywhere without seeing aThis version is for Kindle Fire only The third book in this funny madcap must read series for 7 boys and girls If you liked The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, you ll love this My mum s embarrassing enough just being my mum, but now she s won The Voice of Feeko s competition it s even worse Barry s mum has become a bit of celebrity, and now he can t go anywhere without seeing a poster of her eating a chocolate digestive or wiggling her bum in a pair of jeans It s so annoy embarrassing, and everyone at school is making fun of him.But you can t keep Barry down for long With the help of his napkin collection, new girl Nancy Verkenwerken and a snail called Snailypoos, Barry is determined to prove once and for all that he is not a loser.Other books in the series are I Am Not a Loser and I Am Still Not a Loser.

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    1. The last book I chose for Chatterbooks was all about the plague in San Francisco in 1900. So I wanted something a bit more lighthearted for the next one. I chose this. It certainly meets the criteria. It also fits the 'pick something you wouldn't normally read' rule that I try to follow for the group. This one is definitely not in MY normal reading preferences. The group will probably love it - especially the boys.

    2. First, understand I am coming from the perspective of an adult who is a former teacher and a children's author. That being said, I could not like this book. First, because the author uses so much slang I had to work ten times as hard to understand the story line. I cannot see this as being easy to read for grades 2-4 as this book is advertised for. Second, there was a lot of meanness throughout the whole book. As a matter of fact is seemed the book was centered around it. Even Barry Loser is mea [...]

    3. Ik gruwel als ik me probeer voor te stellen hoe het leven op school moet zijn als je * Sukkel van de achternaam heet;* je oma iets met jouw schoolmeester is begonnen;* je moeder de stem en het gezicht is geworden van de bekendste supermarktketen;* je niet mee mag op schoolreis!Brrr Dat overkomt Simon Sukkel allemaal, in dit boek!

    4. I read a few chapters every night to my five year old. He thought it was really funny and was quoting bits of it for a while, but about two-thirds of the way through he lost interest. I imagine it's because nothing actually happened. It had about as much plot as That's Not My Train.

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