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101 ways to bug your teacher / Lee Wardlaw.

Wardlaw, Lee 1955- (Author).

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General Note: Nutmeg Award Winner, [Intermediate], 2001.
Summary, etc.: Steve "Sneeze" Wyatt attempts to thwart his parents' plan to have him skip eighth grade, but he has bigger problems when his friends disapprove of his new list and Mrs. "Fierce" Pierce threatens to keep him from the Invention Convention.
Awards Note:
Nutmeg Award Winner, [Intermediate], 2001.
Subject: Teachers Fiction
Schools Fiction
Parent and child Fiction
Inventions Fiction

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Gr. 5-7. In this stand-alone follow-up to 101 Ways to Bug Your Parents (1996), seventh-grade-inventor Steve Sneeze Wyatt has a lot going on. The invention convention is coming up; his history teacher, Ms. Pierce, seems bent on failing him; and his classmates are depending on him for a clever history-fair entry. Unfortunately, he has inventor's block. Not wanting to let people down, he devises a plan, which, of course, goes awry. Plot tangents (including his mother's pregnancy and a friend's hypochondria) may overwhelm readers, but Sneeze is an appealing, dimensional character whose first-person narrative is bound to entertain. The story is both comical and compassionate as it highlights the challenges of living up to expectations and the rewards of trying your best. Appended are Steve's amusing 101 Ways to Bug My Teachers (most contributed by actual students) and instructions for a class project--mummifying a chicken. No kidding! --Shelle Rosenfeld Copyright 2004 Booklist

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In the sequel to 101 Ways to Bug Your Parents, 101 Ways to Bug Your Teacher by Lee Wardlaw, Sneeze struggles with "inventor's block" and begins to misbehave at school to sabotage his parents' attempts to get him into high school early. The book ends with the titular list. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

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Gr 5-8-Steve "Sneeze" Wyatt, inventor extraordinaire, and his friends from 101 Ways to Bug Your Parents (Dial, 1996) are back in another fast-paced and humorous adventure at Jefferson Middle School. Everyone is counting on Steve to come up with a project idea for the History Faire. What they don't realize, and he is unwilling to share, is that he has "inventor's block." When his parents reveal that they are arranging for him to skip eighth grade and move on to high school next year in order to encourage his inventing skills, he can't even admit the truth to them. How can he stop this plan from going forward and keep his secret? By causing trouble during class, of course. With the help of his friends and family, Steve eventually admits his problem and finds resolution. References are made to the first book, but this one can stand alone. In spite of the title, the characters show respect for their teachers and parents, and for one another. A delightful read.-Denise Moore, O'Gorman Junior High School, Sioux Falls, SD (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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