6 edition of Adam Canfield Watch Your Back! (The Slash) found in the catalog.
November 1, 2007 by Brilliance Audio on MP3-CD Lib Ed .
Written in English
|Contributions||Patrick G. Lawlor (Reader)|
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Bleepinthe gladiator math games, the fact that the foundation donated the study guides for the state test In This is the second book in the Adam Canfield series, but the first I've read. The novel centers around a middle school student named Adam Canfield who is co-editor of his school newspaper, The Slash. There is a science-fair scam to unravel, a three-hundred year-old tree to save, and a bully survey gone awry to handle.
A cast of interesting and believable characters populate the book. Adam Canfield is as over-programmed a student as you can get. What can Adam do to stop Mrs. I love stories that have an individual or a small group that make a big difference which in this case is the school newspaper and the truth that it prints.
In This is the second book in the Adam Canfield series, but the first I've read. Too often, in novels, it seems as if the main character has just one problem that is all consuming. In real life, I would hope that adults would be consulted when dealing with bullies like Mrs. And a side note, my favorite quote from the book, "You know what my mom says about middle-school boys? He shares the title with a girl named Jessica.
Dramatic dialogues for the use of schools.
A collection of articles injunctions, canons, orders, ordinances, and constitutions ecclesiastical
Man Who Stopped Time
mermaid in Nikoli
The Northsea Sagas
reasonableness and uses of Commemorating King Charless martyrdom
Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland
To catch a spy
Once upon a Time
The dance of the eagle and the fish
It was a place in which some even found the chance to get better. Their article caused Mrs. Burn : a novel by Suzanne Phillips As he is bullied constantly during his freshman year in high school, Cameron's anger Adam Canfield Watch Your Back!
book isolation grows, leading to deadly consequences But I love him by Amanda Grace Traces, through the course of a year, Ann's transformation from a happy A-student, track star, and popular senior to a solitary, abused woman whose love for the emotionally-scarred Connor has taken away everything--even herself Butter by Erin Jade Lange Expecting insults and indifference when he announces to his classmates that he is going to eat himself to death live and online for everyone to watch, a lonely obese boy receives morbid encouragement for his dark plan by enthusiastic peers and wonders if he will be able to count on their support if he changes his mind.
With kid-friendly humor and a touch of budding romance, this new adventure revisits a winning cast of characters — and the excitement that comes from uncovering a really great story. Morris, and what she did with money donated to the school.
This perfectly observed and passionately imagined book takes us inside one of the supervised group homes that, in an age of shrinking state budgets and psychotropic drugs, have emerged as the backbone of America's mental health system.
Will they complete this goal? These well-drawn characters are sure to strike a familiar chord in readers. Boland wants all of the Willow Community to move out so she can build Boland Estates.
Synopsis In a second look behind the scenes at a middle-school newspaper, Winerip deftly blends kid-friendly humor with some provocative issues, including the subtle effects of class and racism and the thrill that comes from speaking the truth.
The thing I really like about this book series is that the kids are in middle school but display a huge amount of integrity and determination about telling the absolute truth in the face of deceiving adults and challenging circumstances.
Written in a simple style, the action-packed book draws the reader in and holds his attention till the very end. A cast of interesting and believable characters populate the book. And a side note, my favorite quote from the book, "You know what my mom says about middle-school boys?
Michael Winerip told Scholastic News that the story has a moral. And, how realistic!
I also liked Adam Canfield Watch Your Back! book Jennifer and Adam problem-solved the situation about the results of the bully survey and came up with a way to tell the facts without hurting innocent bystanders. By the time you read this, I'll be dead by Julie Anne Peters High school student Daelyn Rice, who has been bullied throughout her school career and has more than once attempted suicide, again Adam Canfield Watch Your Back!
book plans to kill herself, in spite of the persistent attempts of an unusual boy to draw her out Bystander by James Preller Thirteen-year-old Eric discovers that there are consequences to taking a stand against the bully at his new school, but although school officials are aware of the problem, Eric may be the one with a solution Charlie's story by Maeve Friel After being abandoned by her mother at the age of four, living for ten years with her somewhat distracted father in Ireland, and being mercilessly bullied by her cruel classmates, Charlie Collins almost gives up on life Cracked [electronic resource] by K.
He plays on recreation teams and participates in many of the clubs at school. Update - rereading this title I still enjoyed the storyline and characters but realized how very similar it was to the original in many many ways.
Before Julie Callahan came to the house at 9 Highland Road in Glen Cove, New York, she had spent a good part of her young life in mental hospitals, her mental and emotional coherence nearly destroyed by a childhood of sexual abuse.
In a second look behind the scenes at a middle-school newspaper, Michael Winerip deftly blends kid-friendly humor with some provocative issues, including the subtle effects of class and racism and the thrill that comes from speaking truth to power.
Find out what Kid Reporters are saying about all the latest books by reading their book reviews in this special report. The more I read, the more and more I liked it. A first novel. The Slash reporters are the very best.
Bleepinthe gladiator math games, the fact that the foundation donated the study guides for the state test Having written for a newspaper myself, I so identified with the difficult job of telling the truth, even when the truth is painful to those around you.
In addition to the very timely topics of school violence, Adam struggles with the often harsh task of news writing.
That is why everyone reads The Slash. After being mugged by some high school bullies for his profits, Adam becomes the focus of unwanted media attention. At times I felt it was somewhat stereotypical and condescending, yet then I realized that there aren't very many books at all that can take on several moral dilemmas, be thought-provoking, and still funny.
He shares the title with a girl named Jessica. This book handles issues of race and class fairly well, and does a better job about bullying than most books.
Synopsis For overprogrammed middle-grader Adam Canfield, waking up to a snow day is a dream come true a chance to sleep late, put off planning the next issue of The Slash, and make some quick cash with his shovel.Download Watch Your Back in PDF and EPUB Formats for free.
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Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store /5(11). Adam Canfield Watch Your Back! Summary Then not only does the media blast the embarrassing story, but Adam's own co-editors plan a contest outing bullies at their school.
In a second look behind the scenes at a middleschool newspaper, Michael Winerip deftly blends kid-friendly humor with some provocative issues, including the subtle Adam Canfield Watch Your Back!
book 01, · As co-editor of the Slash, the Harris Pdf School paper, Adam Canfield is used to getting the story. What he’s pdf used to is being the story, which is just what happens after he’s mugged by some high-school students for his snow-shoveling money.
But it’s hard to keep a low profile when there’s still baritone and basketball practice, a new principal to figure out, a Brand: Brilliance Audio.Mar 16, · The book can seem a little too good for you — the jokes and fine writing like the sugar on the pill. Advertisement. Continue reading the main story.
ADAM CANFIELD, WATCH YOUR BACK!Book Clubs Ebook Fairs Scholastic Education Classroom Magazines About Us Adam Canfield, Watch Ebook Back! By Michael Winerip. Grades. In this follow-up to Adam Canfield of the Slash, the star middle-school newspaper reporter is caught up in a big scoop — this time it's about him — in an engaging story that takes on school.