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Weird Stuff [Formato Kindle]

Richard Tulloch

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A very funny story about writing, soccer, girls and weird stuff.Brian Hobble isn't much of a writer - he's more of a soccer player. And most of the time he's not much of a soccer player either. But then one day he borrows a pink Easyflow pen from Nathan Lumsdyke, and he can't stop writing! Unfortunately for Brian, the pen only allows him to write sickeningly flowery prose, even on his science test. Brian can't wait to give the pen back - until he realises that Cassandra Wyman finds him a lot more interesting with his new-found writing talent. Weird Stuff is the first in a series by Richard Tulloch revolving around the kids of Garunga Central and the slightly odd things that happen to them. 'I couldn't write for nuts, until I borrowed Nathan Lumsdyke's pink Easiflow pen. Suddenly I wrote super long stories. They were totally weird, embarrassing stories, with kissing and stuff. And what was worse, everybody thought I'd made them up myself!!!' Brian Hobble, Author (also soccer superstar and red-hot babe magnet) 'Brian Hobble is the most talented young writer I've met in my years as a children's author and writing teacher. Keep up the good work, Brian!' Lancelot Cummins (bestselling author of A T-Rex Ate My Homework, Brown Gunk from Mars and My Mum's a Zombie Killer) 'Brian Hobble's Weird Stuff is a reel fantastick book and you oughta reed it.' Vince Peretti (Brian Hobble's best friend)

Dettagli prodotto

  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 1346 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 156
  • Editore: Random House Australia (28 dicembre 2011)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B006MBIBSE
  • Da testo a voce: Abilitato
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  • Word Wise: Non abilitato

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Amazon.com: 4.5 su 5 stelle  2 recensioni
4.0 su 5 stelle Weird Stuff 14 novembre 2013
Di Spencer Franes - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Formato Kindle|Acquisto verificato
Weird Stuff is a funny book to me because he started to use a pink pen and it made him write weird stuff
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5.0 su 5 stelle Courtesy of Teens Read Too 20 aprile 2007
Di TeensReadToo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina flessibile
Soccer star Brian Hobble (AKA the Ice Man) is like any normal kid. He likes soccer, but what he likes even more than soccer is girls! One in particular - Cassandra Wyman - but she pretends that Brian isn't even alive.

After a big soccer game (that Brian helped win) he feels as though he is on top of the world. Things get better when Brian's favorite author, Lancelot Cummins, visits his school. Everyone is amazed that the author who wrote Brown Gunk From Mars, The Flushing, and My Mom is a Zombie Killer has come to their ordinary school to help them learn English.

Mr. Cummins gives the class an assignment, to write what would happen in fifteen minutes while observing their neighborhood. Brian, not being much of a writer, tries to waste time (i.e. taking awhile to write his name). Once he begins to write his pen runs out of ink and the school nerd, Nathan Lumsdyke, lends Brian one of his.

Brian turns his nose up at the pink Easyflow pen, but nevertheless begins writing. His penmanship with this pen transcends from messy to neat and flowery. Before he knows it, Brian has written four-and-a-half pages.

Seeing Brian's long piece, Mr. Cummins asks him to read it aloud and Brian, who does not remember what he has written, is intrigued himself. Brian and the whole class learns that instead of writing about his neighborhood, the pen had written a romantic love story! His story is both captivating and stimulating, but he is still made fun of by the guys in his grade.

Brian soon discovers that the pen only writes embarrassing love stories (after he wrote about two frogs in love for his science test). He can't wait to give the pen back to Nathan, but when Brian discovers that Lancelot Cummins and, more importantly, Cassandra Wyman, are interested in what he writes, who knows what will happen?

Reviewed by: Jeremey

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