Simon & Schuster, 2000 - 112 頁
Nicholas Allen is not a troublemaker -- he's just creative. When he decides to liven things up in Mrs. Granger's fifth grade language arts class, he comes up with the greatest plan yet. He invents a new word for a pen -- frindle. It doesn't take long for frindle to take root and soon the excitement spreads beyond the school and town and unleashes a series of events that rapidly spins out of control.
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Janet lived in Nick's neighborhood , and sometimes they played together . She
was good at baseball , and she was better at soccer than most of the kids in the
whole school , boys or girls . Nick said , " Hey Janet — I'm sorry you got yelled at
This lady plays for keeps , thought Nick . He gulped , grabbed his crumpled note
cards and his book bag , and walked to the front of the room . He stood next to the
giant dictionary on its little table , and Mrs. Granger walked to the back of the ...
A couple of kids thought that was funny , but Nick played it straight , and just kept
talking . “ A lot of people think that the first English dictionary was put together in
the 1700s by a man named Samuel Johnson . He lived in London , England .
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FRINDLE用戶評語 - Kirkus
Nicholas is a bright boy who likes to make trouble at school, creatively. When he decides to torment his fifth-grade English teacher, Mrs. Granger (who is just as smart as he is), by getting everyone ... 閱讀評論全文
GREAT BOOK!!! Fun as a read-aloud!用戶評語 - Mom of 5 - Borders
This was my first Andrew Clements book, so maybe that's why it's my favorite. My family listened to the audio version of this while in the car on vacation. EVERY ONE of us LOVED it! Do you know what ... 閱讀評論全文