Once you spontaneously morph into a giant mutant dinosaur in the middle of the school day, people will suspect you of just about anything.
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Charlie's teachers decide that all he needs is a little discipline, so they make him join the swim team. The only problem is, Charlie is terrified of th There's a thief in town, and all signs point to twelve-year-old Charlie Drinkwater.
The Creature from the Seventh Grade: Sink or Swim
The only problem is, Charlie is terrified of the water. He's terrified of a lot of things. Charlie and his friends vow to apprehend the real criminal and clear Charlie's name. But when they discover who the actual thief is, Charlie's problems get a whole lot bigger. Hardcover , pages. Creature from the Seventh Grade 2.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 14, RJ Oakeson rated it it was amazing. When one young man just can not be successful. He's always struggling either by being bullied or being picked on by his older brother, not only is Charlie having a hard time but he is also a decently large lizard.
Balaban used the words sink or swim to show that swimming is when your being successful and sinking is obviously not being successful. Jackson rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Booklover04 rated it really liked it Jan 12, Karen rated it it was amazing Nov 17, Tracey rated it liked it Mar 16, Jenn rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Yupina rated it really liked it Dec 25, Griffin D rated it really liked it Aug 28, Robbie rated it it was amazing Jun 19, Jennifer Priester rated it really liked it Jun 22, Margaux Espinosa rated it really liked it Apr 19, Cite Data - Experimental.
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Resource Description Namespaces http: Network Analysis Inbound Links 1 1 Total. Shared in Network This resource is rare in the Library. But when they discover who the actual thief is, Charlie's problems get a whole lot bigger. Now someone is stealing food in town and all of the evidence points to Charlie. In his quest to find the real thief and clear his name, Charlie teams up with two friends-only to learn that he may not be the only mutant creature in town after all.
Meanwhile, the principal decides Charlie needs to learn some discipline and orders him to join the swim team.
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Unfortunately, water ranks pretty high on Charlie's very long list of things he is afraid of. His quest to fit in with the other children his age despite weighing hundreds of pounds and towering over everyone's heads and overcome his fears will resonate with many children this age.
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Balaban also serves as reader for this audio presentation. His tone fits the story well and he certainly provides the listener with a sympathetic and likable presentation of Charlie. That said, the characters' voices can be hard to distinguish at times and the pacing is a little disjointed. Although this title may stretch the imagination to the breaking point, it does offer a satisfying conclusion and the quirky idea of a giant mutant in middle school may appeal to some of those reluctant readers.
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