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Big Nate : Berulah Lagi (Big Nate: Novels #2)

4.26 of 5 stars 4.26  ·  rating details  ·  9,055 ratings  ·  371 reviews
Tapi itu tidak mudah. Dia terhalang oleh Gina, musuh abadinya, yang bisa saja menghancurkan segalanya! Apakah Nate akan menang atau kalah? Lulus atau gagal? Atau akankah ini berakhir dengan hukuman… LAGI? Bagi penggemar seri Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Perkenalkan NATE, yang menggambarkan diri sebagai jenius dan jelas BUKAN murid kesayangan guru.
Paperback, 222 pages
Published November 2011 by Sahabat Ufuk (first published January 1st 2010)
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Jennifer Rayment
Jake's Review: This book wasn't as good as the first book, but I still really liked it. These books are so funny and they really remind me of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I know Nate doesn't like him, but I think Arthur is pretty cool and he is a really talented illustrator. Ellen is still an annoying know it all and I wish she wasn't in it at all, I can see why Nate is bugged by her. There was too much Gina in this, I don't like her at all. I thought it was really funny when Nate dropped food on Jenny ...more
I have recently finished Lincoln Peirce's Big Nate strikes again. It is about a boy named Nate, who does a lot of funny and crazy things, as a sixth grader, such as dumping salad onto to Gina's ( a person he hates ) head. This book is so hilarious that it almost made spit milk in my brother's face while I was reading it, when I was at the part when Nate comes down the stairs half naked when his arch-enemy Gina was there and he didn't even know it!!! that part was so funny because Nate's dad didn ...more
Won on first-reads/giveaway - thanks! It surprised me - it's a hardcover illustrated story, a la' Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I'm a fan of the comic strip - it'll be interesting to see what a whole 'novel' will be like. It does look neat.

Ok, done. It was cute. The illustrations were a little odd because Nate draws almost as well as Nate's creator. Nate is nicer than the Wimpy Kid. All four of us read this and laughed. I look forward to finding more at the library - I think Peirce deserves more success
I gave this book 3 stars because I thought it was another great Big Nate book. Nate must face the harsh news of Gina, Nate's rival and the class pet, joining his school "fleeceball" team, which is pretty much like baseball only the rules are a bit different. This was a good one, just as good as the first. Funny storyline, good characters- the first book made me read the second. I thought this was great, and this is a good book for all ages.
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At Nate’s school there is a new “Guess that Baby” bulletin board. The board is full of sixth grader’s baby pictures.

Nate finds the best looking baby on the board and is sure it is Jenny, “the most awesome girl in the whole sixth grade….She’s the best-looking baby here. By FAR!” (page 9) But the picture ISN’T Jenny, it’s Gina, Nate’s LEAST favorite person in the whole world. And Nate has just announced to the whole sixth grade that Gina is the best looking, “by FAR!”

This is like one of those bad
In my opinion, this book exceeds its predecessor on most levels. When at its best, the humor is fully on par with that of Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, and the storyline shows improved depth and creativity when compared to Lincoln Pierce's first novel-in-cartoons about Big Nate.

Nate Wright faces two big upcoming events at the same time as the book gets under way. The first is the handing out of a major project in the social studies class of the intimidating Mrs. Godfrey, Nate's l
I received an Advance Reader’s Copy of Big Nate Strikes Again by Lincoln Pierce. I did not receive any compensation for reviewing this book.

Kids who love Greg Hefley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid are going to love Nate Wright. Parents will probably like Nate better.

Based on the comic strip “Big Nate” this series details the trials and tribulations of 6th grader Nate Wright. Nate finally has a chance to win the coveted SPOFFY Trophy (Sports Played Only For Fun). He’s been selected as a team captain f
Pizzaguy (dmk3)
My book review for Big Nate Strikes again

Big Nate strike again was a great book I’m sure everyone would love the book. Big Nate aka Nate is stuck in middle school with his enemy Gina.
The story genre for this book is a realistic fiction because this could be happing to any middle schooler just as well. There up side to this story are when he gets in trouble and there’s cliff hanger that is wanting you to read more and more. Then there’s the down sides were Nate is just talking and talking and yo
This series is very similar in style to Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but I liked it better. It's told from the perspective of Nate, an average middle-school-aged boy and is riddled with cartoons, just like Wimpy Kid. The adolescent behaviors and attitudes are still present (which is the part I don't enjoy reading) however I find Big Nate less offensive than Wimpy Kid. On the positive side, this book centered around a social studies project, so the reader was able to learn a little Ben Franklin history ...more
Justin G
So you are wondering why this book is called “Big Nate Strikes Back”? First, this is the second book, so Nate is striking again. Second, striking is a term in Baseball (in this case Fleeceball). Third, striking also means hitting. Fourth, Nate is learning about Ben Franklin, the man who discovered electricity, and the lighting that strikes Franklin’s kite.

One of the reasons I liked reading this book is that Nate is like a kinder and gentler Greg (from “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”). Nate is very funny
My son got this book for his birthday and we have read it together as a bedtime story. He loves this kind of book with the cartoons drawn in it. In a similar vein of books are the Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Captain Underpants series. Big Nate has a little more to recommend himself morally (i.e. he seems to struggle less with doing the right thing) than his counterparts in the other series mentioned before. Therefore, I like reading this book with my 7 yr. old and have to do less talk through of mo ...more
Isabella Cuevas
I liked it was funny and I love to read books that is about there life.
Nick Cruz
This book is about a boy named Nate having problems with his sister at home who is annoying and a girl at school named GINA who is even more annoying!! Let me just put this straight Gina and Nate are enemies
,rivals,or whatever you call it but they hate each other!! But one day the meanest teacher in the whole school Ms.Godfrey was assigning everyone a partner for a project,Teddy and Francis who are Nate's bestfriends got paired up together,and Nate got paired up with a girl name Megan who wasn'
Jaime Ramos
i like that nate hates Gina because gina is a show of
Nate is back causing trouble in book 2, paired with his arch-nemesis Gina for a school report on Benjamin Franklin. If that isn't enough the school bully is after him for revenge and he is the captain of his fleeceball team. I preferred book #2 to book #1. This is funny and I even laughed out loud in spots. As a former teacher I found some Nate's insights into teachers and school administrators embarrassingly spot on.
Honestly think these books are kind of garbage in that Nate is a total dick and models awful behaviors. I sound like I'm a hundred, probably, but it is sort of depressing how awful he is! It's the same brand of humor as Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but those were funnier to me so I guess I was more tolerant of Greg's awfulness. Anyway, the plus side is that kids do seem to go through these happily and eagerly, and kids reading anything instead of nothing is always a plus! One of the negatives, though, ...more
Big Nate Strikes again by Lincoln Perice is a very funny and exiteing book. My favorite part of the book is when Nate wanted the Team name the phyco dogs but they named it the kuddle kittensd
Isaac cambero
this book was funny and i like that nate creates his own code and you have to crack them
Kelly Ketcham
Positive- The Big Nate books are a series about a boy named Nate who is a sixth grade boy. These books are great for my classroom library because since they are a series, once my students read one book, they have to read all the books because they enjoy them so much. My students, especially the boys, can easily connect to this book since Nate is a 6th grader and so are my students.

Audience and Application- This book is for 5th and 6th graders. I might use this book or some of the other Big Nate
Nate has life going pretty well in middle school. He has great friends and draws awesome cartoons. But then he gets paired with his archenemy Gina. Not only does he have to do his special project with her, she's on his intramural team as well and she's on a mission to ruin everything. Can Nate end up on top?

I thought I wouldn't like this. The words in the cartoons combined with the story text was a little disorienting at first. However, as the story went on and I started to understand the flow,
Ethan Wei
This book is about a boy called Nate who has a final project due at the same time as a final fleeceball game. How will Nate do both at the same time and put up with Gina on both his project and his fleeceball team or will he?
Spencer 11-12
This book interested me because...

1.It was Hilarious.
2.The end was the best part.
3.It was a great second edition to the series.
This book was AWESOME I really recommend this book for kid 7 through 12
Vince 11-12
It was a great book about a kid that get's a smart girl out of a bad grade
Tyler 11-12
this was a good book I geuss i mean it was exactly like the first one!!!
Diana Pettis
I am rating this book based on Xander's comments. As an 8 year old boy, he thought it was very funny and enjoyed the comics that were in the story. He could relate to many of the things that happened to Nate (especially how Nate and Gina do not get along). My suggestion for parents reading this series with their children is to make sure they are understanding the vocabulary. As I was reading this with Xander, I noticed that I had to stop and ask him what particular words meant. I could tell when ...more
Dajinee Heard
Oct 23, 2012 Dajinee Heard is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
not done but so far its great
Payne Edelman
I thought it was a humorous book.
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