The One and Only Stuey Lewis: Stories from the Second Grade (Stuey Lewis #1)
So what if Stuey isn’t the world’s best reader, is only allowed to trick or treat around one block, doesn’t get to play on his soccer dream team, and has to put up with the most annoying girl on the planet. Somehow Stuey always makes life work and when he puts his mind to it, he can survive anything—even second grade. This hilarious collection of linked short stories, in
Not much else to say. A short book with very short stories and not a ton of positive things to say about it, unfortunately.
Stuey's story is definitely geared toward second graders, although it could be used for third or fourth grade students as well (though I don't think they will enjoy reading about a char ...more
What's Stuey's secret? He can't read. When his best friend invites him fishing, Stuey is excited to go until he learns a trip to the bookstore is included. Not wanting to look dumb in front of his super reader friend, Stuey tries to back out of the ...more
September turns into October and it's time for Stuey's favorite time of the year: Halloween!! Stuey loves candy more than ...more
smartypants and who Stuey just doesn't
like at all. Same old same old. And frankly I am growing tired of books for young readers (boys especially)that have smart but obnoxious and annoying little girl ...more
Duh, me want teacher like Ms Curtis... *hug Ginger*
At first, i want to punch Anthony for being such a jerk by calling his little brother, Stuey, with "Stu-pid".
Then at the end of story #3, i just want to stroke his hair and said, "You're a good one... A good one, Bro!"
"Great kickoff to the season," Coach Bean says as he puts his arms around my shoulder. He looks at Mom. "You should be very proud of Stuey."
"Oh, i am," says Mom.
Then he leans down and gives me a wink ...more
The One and Only Stuey Lewis: Stories From the Second Grade is full of humor and delight. A great introduction into early chapter books for those readers who are now able to r ...more
touching story about an unforgettable little boy named Stuey Lewis. This little
second grade guy goes through challenge after challenge and lives to tell the tale.
A perfect read-aloud book for younger children as well as a great reader for kids in
second and third grade. Keep your eye out for more books in this fun series. I LOVE Stuey!
And check out his nemesis, the infamous Lily Stanley. I think she deserves a boo ...more
Stuey finds friendship in unexpected places. Good story about a second-grader (making this a hard sell for third, fourth, and fifth graders maybe) who is worried about his inability to read as well as his classmates. Only regret is the name-calling between Stuie and his older brother, Anthony, and the fact that the teacher asks her second graders to call her "Ginger." Hmmm.
Recommended for : second grade as a read aloud, not sure how interested older kids will be in a book about second g ...more
I will definitely keep this book to read to my ...more
As for Joliet Reads... I think the kids would really enjoy it. Would the district's teachers mind that his brother calls him "Stu-pid" when their mom is not around? The brother also called him "Jerk" one time, but gets in trouble for it. For the committee's purposes, I think this would be a good choice for third ...more
This is a good book because each chapter is a different story about Stuey. I like it a lot because it is funny. Stuey has what he thinks are great ideas but they get him into trouble in funny ways. He and his brother and great arguments that are funny too.
Plus it was cute and fun to read i really enjoyed it.
I found that the story was incredibly boring. For a kid who likes school stories this might hit the spot, but don't you dare hand this to a kid who wants a little adventure!
Awards include: A Children's Book Council/National Science Teacher's Association Outstanding Science Trade Book, Bank Street College best books, and Parent's Choice.
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