There were too many plot points, no clear story. Jan 25, Dianna rated it really liked it Shelves: Entire chapters of this book are about Freddy and his best friend sneaking out of the house at night after their parents go to bed. Perhaps it would be better for younger readers. It is about a boy named Freddy who gets into a little trouble trying to learn more about nocturnal animals. Also the entire book read as an older person trying to write for kids and just coming off as really cheesy. When his best friend, Robbie, says the two boys should have a sleepover and sneak outside at night, Freddy makes a huge mistake and ends up getting his late-night wish in a very unexpected way!
Freddy forget all about his assignment Nov 21, Carolyn Ferguson rated it liked it. Perhaps it would be better for younger readers. I like how it talks about the stress Freddy feels when he finds out he has to do the report and how he deals with it. May 17, Benedict Randhawa rated it it was ok Shelves: There is not an honest, realistic moment in any of these books.
Freddy finds himself with a visit to the hospital and a science report due at the same time. I love working with kids and that is why I plan to teach Kindergarten or first grade.
It is about a class of first graders therefore if a beginning reader read this book they could relate to the story. Goodreads hasdles the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
Here’s the third in a new series by an elementary teacher who’s seen it all. Utterly authentic and drawn from real experience in the classroom, Abby Klein knows exactly what first graders are thinking.
They take him maybe an hour to read, they’re entertaining, and easy enough for Elena to read as well. Wednesday, April 9, Ready, Freddy! Jan 23, Kaden F rated it did fgeddy like it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Abby Klein Abby Homeworkk was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and has been a kindergarten and first-grade teacher for more than twenty teady.
Dec 09, Esmeralda rated it liked it.
Apr 13, Sojeong Park rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoy this series and this book is rfady more of the same. John McKinley has been drawing all his life.
One night he insisted that we read four chapters! His teacher has given him an assignment over nocturnal animals but he is having trouble figuring out a good one to learn about. So he goes to Robbie’s house after school for help because he is super smart and has his own computer.
This book was cute.
Within each illustration, is a hidden word that the reader can try to find, just to add to the fun. There is a LOT of name-calling; the kids only seem to know how to argue and interrupt.
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Family scenes always show siblings bickering, sometimes for several pages so tedious ; normal, constructive conversations almost never take place. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Thanks for telling hasssles about the problem. All and all just not jazzed about Ready Freddy.
Ready, Freddy! #3: Homework Hassles : Abby Klein :
Freddy got a homework assignment at the beginning of the feady, but then had a sleep over with his best friend and they decided to stay up all night, they both had to do some crazy sneaking around his parents, and go outside in the middle of the night, then Freddy climbs a tree- hangs upside down f I was really hoping for a fun little boy centered boy, that I could relate to as someone who has so much homework.
It was ok I was reading From a 1st graders perspective so that changed things. The characters are stereotypes and never develop in any way. Apr 25, Christine Rains rated it liked it. There is the Bully, the Princess, the Tomboy, the Brain and our ‘Hero’ the mediocre kid Freddy who admires some of his friends but never thinks of emulating them. My son really loves this series but I am constantly editing the stories as I read them to skip over lying to parents, rude behavior to other freddy and a terrible attitude between siblings.