101 Ways to Bug Your Friends and Enemies
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The fun, wacky series is back and middle schoolers will love the third zany installment!

Steve "Sneeze" Wyatt is back and muddling through typical middle school experiences in an entirely atypical way. Between dodging the meathead golf team bully and puzzling out why girls have him and his friends acting so odd, everyone struggles through the throes of friendship and first...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Puffin Books
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Donalisa Helsley
101 Ways To Bug Your Friends and Enemies is a must read! It is a hilarious story about middle school love. It is so funny. I was giggling frequently. My daughter kept trying to "steal" the book from me. "Hands Off!" The main character, Sneeze, is constantly coming up with crazy inventions. He makes a fool of himself around his crush who is crushing on someone else. He comes up with a plan to let her know he "loves" her but it is destined to fail. His friend, Hiccup, is obsessed with diseases. If...more
Donalisa Helsley
101 Ways To Bug Your Friends and Enemies is a must read! It is a hilarious story about middle school love. It is so funny. I was giggling frequently. My daughter kept trying to "steal" the book from me. "Hands Off!" The main character, Sneeze, is constantly coming up with crazy inventions. He makes a fool of himself around his crush who is crushing on someone else. He comes up with a plan to let her know he "loves" her but it is destined to fail. His friend, Hiccup, is obsessed with diseases. If...more
Brian Clopper
I absolutely loved the first two books in this series, having used them the past few years as novel selections for reading groups with my fifth graders. I always hoped there would be a third as I felt like a third installment would round out the series nicely. Wardlaw has created a wonderful ragtag group of outsiders in this series and their strengths and weaknesses once again play to the plot with near perfection. I loved how the climax happened at Gadabout Golf. It's a setting that resonates w...more
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101 Ways to Bug Your scholastic Inc.,
Friends and Enemies 2012

Lee Wardlaw

If you were a twelve year old kid who started high school, how would it go? Well, for a boy named "Sneeze" it didn't go so well. He finds himself running and hiding from a golf maniac who's a senior; and making friends with a Hawaiian jock who's protecting him? His crush at middle school is falling for the Hawaiian kid (Cullen Fu Hanson) who doesn't even know her name!

I like this book because it kept me wanting to read mor...more
Lessa
My main issue with the book and the reason I couldn't finish it was the stereotypical description of a "Hawaiian". Minor character Cullen Fu Hanson is straight out of Punahou High School, the school that President Obama hails from and who's tuition is not cheap. For some reason, though, Cullen can't speak anything other than pidgin and speaks proper English very few times, and calls pidgin a "Hawaiian Dialect". As a former Punahou student, I'm pretty sure that Cullen CAN speak standard English a...more
Reading Vacation
There are a 101 ways this book is great. Let’s see if I can name them all…

1. It is extremely funny!
2. It is well written and easy to follow.
3. Sneeze is a gifted inventor, which means he has many wacky inventions.
4. Sneeze has a great group of friends who are very loyal.
5. Witty banter between Sneeze’s friends.
6. There is a list of 101 ways to bug your friends and enemies in the back.
7. I just may try out some of those 101 ways.
8. Sneeze makes a fool of himself around the girl he likes, which wa...more
Monique
1. Ace. Is. Cool. I still don't know who he's in love with, but he is just too cool for words!
2. Sneeze in this is hilarious, although sometimes misguided and questionable.
3. I'm not going to remark on the violence in this one.
4. I felt that Sneeze and Hiccup's relationship problems were a little bit silly, but that didn't affect my rating.
5. Can't wait to reread!
6. Very sad that it's only a trilogy (currently:)
Gregory
This book was the most awsomest book you'd ever read in the history of books since mystery girl in the book series Camson Jamson. If you like hilirous cartoons motioning through your head picturing what it would it be like if it was you, check out this book now!
Melanie
This book was much better than I expected based on the title. It's cute and has lessons about being a good friend in a fun, relatable style, great for older elementary kids.
Ira S.
didn't really appeal to me but I'm sure my thirteen-year-old self would've loved it... :)
Brayden Auld
I want to read this book because i have a enemies at my house.
Zach Peterson
i thought it was going to suck but it didnt
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Laurie
Review to come for SLJ.
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Who was Ace in love with?? 1 1 Jul 10, 2013 12:53PM  
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Lee Wardlaw swears that her first spoken word was 'kitty'. Since then, she's shared her life with 30 cats (not all at the same time!) and published close to 30 award-winning books for young readers, selling more than one million copies world wide.

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