Bound To Stay Bound

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 Big Nate : I can't take it!
 Author: Peirce, Lincoln


 Publisher:  Andrews McMeel
 Pub Year: 2013

 Dewey: 741.5
 Classification: Nonfiction
 Physical Description: 224 p., ill. (chiefly col.), 23 cm. + 1 poster.

 BTSB No: 708795 ISBN: 9781449429379
 Ages: 8-12 Grades: 3-7

 Subjects:
 Boys -- Comic books, strips, etc
 Families -- Comic books, strips, etc
 School stories -- Comic books, strips, etc
 Comic books, strips, etc. -- United States
 Comic books, strips, etc
 Children's stories
 Graphic novels

Price: $15.42

Summary:
Life can be stressful for Nate Wright. At school, Mrs. Godfrey makes every day a nightmare. At home, he's stuck between Ellen, his incredibly annoying older sister, and Dad, perhaps the most clueless parent of all time. And don't get him started on Gina, the ultimate teacher's pet, or Artur, the unassuming exchange student who bests him at every turn. It's enough to make even a can-do kid like Nate scream: 'I CAN'T TAKE IT!'

Series:
Big Nate (graphic Novels)


Accelerated Reader Information:
   Interest Level: MG
   Reading Level: 2.80
   Points: 2.0   Quiz: 162810
Reading Counts Information:
   Interest Level: 3-5
   Reading Level: 3.20
   Points: 5.0   Quiz: 63573



Full Text Reviews:

Booklist - 01/01/2014 The latest Big Nate collection of comic strips doesn’t break a lot of new ground: Nate drives Mrs. Godfrey crazy in class; Nate fails spectacularly at sports; Nate thinks he’s hot stuff with girls; Nate gets into crazy adventures with his friends Francis and Teddy; Nate wishes his father were cooler. But familiar territory is what makes Big Nate so much fun. ­Readers who ­discovered the series through Peirce’s graphic-novel hybrids may not be aware that the strip is more than 20 years old. Older children and young teens will appreciate Nate’s middle-school silliness and admire his bravery and frank (occasionally thoughtless) honesty, though parents might wish for fewer fat jokes about Nate’s teacher. In addition to the graphic storytelling, Nate’s cartoons interspersed among Peirce’s panels could provide teachers and librarians with great opportunities to incorporate this series into programs or lessons on cartooning and writing. - Copyright 2014 Booklist.

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