Scholastic, Incorporated, 1992 - 218 頁
Just like other kids, Zinkoff rides his bike, hopes for snow days, and wants to be like his dad when he grows up. But Zinkoff also raises his hand with all the wrong answers, trips over his own feet, and falls down with laughter over a word like "Jabip." Other kids have their own word to describe him, but Zinkoff is too busy to hear it. He doesn't know he's not like everyone else. And one winter night, Zinkoff's differences show that any name can someday become "hero."
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It seems kind of neat , thinking of it that way , and sometimes he regrets he doesn't have a best friend . But then he usually thinks about his own mother and his father and Polly and he thinks about the nine hundred block of Willow and ...
but Hector doesn't seem to hear . Maybe his hearing goes bad when the paper clip is in his ear . Otherwise , he doesn't seem unfriendly , so Zinkoff just stands there . Binns goes at his ear with a gusto that Zinkoff has never noticed ...
He is only dimly aware of things , dimly aware that as time goes by he seems to be seeing less and less of Binns . He rides to Binns's house and Binns isn't there . He phones . Binns says he has homework to do .
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - Robinsonstef - LibraryThing
Loser by Jerry Spinelli focuses on Donald Zinkoff and his travels through school. We learn to love him and root for him; hoping things will go his way. Even when they don’t his kindness and positive ... 閱讀評論全文
LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - alaina.loescher - LibraryThing
I was absolutely enamored by the character of Donald Zinkoff. The only words that I can use to truly describe this kid are eclectic and passionate. I feel that far too many middle readers advocate for ... 閱讀評論全文