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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He's allowed to ride it almost anywhere in town , as long as he stays on the sidewalks and walks it across streets . Sometimes he obeys , sometimes not . His favorite place to go is the nine hundred block of Willow Street , where he ...
It's Willow Street . The nine hundred block . It's lit up like a carnival . Police cars , emergency vehicles : a parade of them up the street , the snowy humps of parked cars pulsing in the swirling lights , people shouting , running ...
down , she just stopped , in the middle of the street . She stopped and turned and looked at him and his father and just plopped her apples right down on the street , one car coming to a stop , another swinging around them .
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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