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  • Author:
    Betsy Duffey
  • ISBN:
    0140363491
  • ISBN13:
    978-0140363494
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  • Publisher:
    Puffin (September 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
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Betsy Duffey is the author of numerous books for young readers, including Hey, New Kid!; The Gadget War; The Math Wiz; and Utterly Yours, Booker Jones (all Viking and Puffin).

Betsy Duffey is the author of numerous books for young readers, including Hey, New Kid!; The Gadget War; The Math Wiz; and Utterly Yours, Booker Jones (all Viking and Puffin). Her books have been Junior Library Guild selections, Crown Award nominees, and have been nominated for state awards in over twenty states including the California Young Reader Medal, the Texas Bluebonnet Award and the Florida Sunshine State Young Reader Award, while having been Parent's Choice and Children's Choice selections.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading How to Be Cool in the Third . Publication Date: July 1, 1999.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading How to Be Cool in the Third Grade (Puffin Chapters). But though Duffey is well tuned in to third-grade cool, she includes a stereotypical bully, held back a year and ready to tangle with anyone who looks at him the wrong way; worse, references to coolness and what kind of year Robbie is having are annoyingly repetitious. Nevertheless, modest aspirations mean modest rewards: readers Robbie's age will be glad to find their own concerns on nearly every page. Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC.

My book-hating third grader read this right before school began. He loved it. I'm proud to report he is now exceptionally cool. Your message will not be posted. Please see our guidelines regarding objectionable content.

Other chapter books from puffin. Bo was the meanest kid in the third grade, or maybe even in the whole school. The Fireplug Is First Base Petersen/James. The Four-Legged Ghosts Hoffman/Seeley. The Gadget War Duffey/Wilson. Horrible Harry in Room 2B Kline/Remkiewicz. I Hate Company Petersen/James. Hey, New Kid! Duffey/Thompson. Everyone knew about Bo. Once he unraveled the back of Sarah Jane Manila’s new sweater.

Published July 1st 1999 by Puffin Books (first published January 1st 1993) . Title: How to be Cool in the Third Grade Author: Betsy Duffey Genre: How-to, chapter book Theme(s): Popularity, acceptance Opening line/sentence: "There you are!" his mother called out as Robbie came into the kitchen. Brief Book summary: Robbie wants to fit in and be cool in third grade, so he decides there are certain things he needs to do to achieve popularity. Robbie was different from the How to Be Cool in the Third Grade, written by Betsy Duffey tells a story about a third grade boy who is trying to fit in with his classmates. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Duffey, Betsy; Wilson, Janet, 1962- illustrator. New York : Puffin Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Additional information. Janet Wilson, Illustrator.

Series Title: Puffin Chapters. Publisher: Turtleback Books. Age Range: 9-12 years. When Robbie York is marked as a target by a bully at school, he decides that the only way to survive the third grade is by being cool

Series Title: Puffin Chapters. Author: Betsy Duffey. Street Date: July 1, 1999. When Robbie York is marked as a target by a bully at school, he decides that the only way to survive the third grade is by being cool. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info. From the manufacturer. No information loaded. Prices, promotions, styles and availability may vary by store & online. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you.

Spotlight on Cody (Chapter, Puffin). com User, February 10, 2002

It's not easy to seem cool when the whole class knows you wear superhero underwear and your mom still kisses you goodbye at the bus stop. But Robbie York has a plan. 1) Get rid of the name Robbie. Spotlight on Cody (Chapter, Puffin). Fur-ever Yours, Booker Jones. com User, February 10, 2002. This was a nice little story about Robbie who wants to start off the new school year the right way. He begins to make a list of things he must do to make himself cool, such as getting jeans and changing his name.

When Robbie York is marked as a target by a bully at school, he decides that the only way to survive the third grade is by being cool.

Breder
Did not live up to reviews. My students mostly listened as I read, but they didn't love it. There were a couple of funny parts, and it has a good lesson, but to be honest, I was glad when we finished it. It might be better for a 2nd grade teacher to read at the end of the year.
Authis
I like this book because it was very interesting it kept my son's attention and it was relatable as he starts the third grade. There were no innuendos about anything that is controversial as in most books available now. A great Christian read with Christian values without being a Christian book. It teaching what is really important in life to a kid that's concerned about being cool and starting the third grade. Such a sweet book.. and also I might add that it would help to give an option to understand Bullies...I wish we could had this book sooner. Bravo
Iarim
Our kiddo was EXTREMELY nervous to become a 3rd grader. He cried several times that he wanted to stay 2nd grader, so we read this book during the summer. He felt much better after that, and I caught him reading it by himself as well (probably to comfort himself). He had no problem to go to the 1st day of school as a 3rd grader. :)
skyjettttt
My book-hating third grader read this right before school began. He loved it. I'm proud to report he is now exceptionally cool.
Kakashkaliandiia
Kids need more of this kind of book, kindness, acceptance, etc. This was a GREAT book.
The author of the Wierdest School series could learn from this book.
Bad Sunny
Second grader chose this from many books saying, "I'm almost in third grade and need to know this". Vocabulary level is appropriate and he is enjoying the story.
NiceOne
My 7 year old read this in 3 days and doesn't really enjoy reading.
Bought it for my grandson, but didn't give it to him. It didn't seem a fit for him.