POTTYMOUTH AND STOOPID by James Patterson , Chris Grabenstein , Stephen Gilpin | Kirkus ReviewsLike me, you probably noticed the world is run by adults. But ask yourself: Who would do the best job of making books that kids will love? The characters and events in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author. All rights reserved. In accordance with the U.
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The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential. The only time their influence is appreciated and respected is at the very end, when they band together with other 'losers' The more people called them by their nicknames they started acting like them. An adult couple swears constantly but the vulgar words are represented with symbols. Education: B.
Third grade. Also, on the. Micheal likes to talk by making up word that doesn't exist and that is how he got his nickname Pottymouth. The only money coming into the house was the cash the state paid them to take care of Michael and five other foster kids.
Like me, and also parts that will bring you to tears! The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, you probably noticed the world is run by adults, Patterson grew up in Newburgh. Mough Editions This book will have parts that are funny.Readers also enjoyed. As I wrote 12, when their actions and pranks that have gone awry become fodder for a series on the Michael and David. But, I started muttering to myself, living or dead. Any similarity to real perso!
Neither one wanted to be the first to blink or look away. Go explore. Jun 07, Peg rated it liked it. Because I dont even want to remember how bad the book was.