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A collection of poems, written by the fictional Jeremy Bloom, discuss homework, measly allowances, boring teacher assignments, and other trials and tribulations of youth.
Paperback, 97 pages
Published September 1st 1992 by Scholastic
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Elizabeth
Jan 22, 2016 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
Hilarious! Poor Jeremy Bloom, the "pottery" elective that he signs up for turns out to be "poetry"! At the beginning of each section of poems in this book, Jeremy has some kind of bad (humorous) encounter (his fault) with the teacher of the class named Ms. Terranova. Each set of poems receives a "D-" and it is up to us, the readers, to decide whether the poems deserved the D- grade or perhaps the grade was so low as a kind of "payback" from the instructor. The poems are pretty clever (and person ...more
Bev
Jun 14, 2012 Bev rated it it was amazing
Great book! It had a page or two to tell the story, and then the poems that Jeremy wrote. Jeremy is in a class that he did not want to be in....a poetry class because he thought it said pottery class!
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Dec 19, 2015 Stephanie rated it it was amazing
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I still have my copy of this book from elementary school, it's worn out and falling apart but I still love it. I should probably buy a new copy.
Alisa
Feb 17, 2010 Alisa rated it it was amazing
I have read this book so many times and it still makes me laugh even though I'm definitely not the target audience.
Alexander
Aug 17, 2009 Alexander rated it it was amazing
First read this in 6th grade and absolutely loved it. And its still awesome.
Beth
Feb 04, 2009 Beth rated it it was amazing
i luved this book as a kid!!! perfect for a young grade schooler
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I wish this was still in print!
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Korman wrote his first book, "This Can't be Happening at Macdonald Hall", when he was 12 years old, for a coach who suddenly found himself teaching 7th grade English. He later took that episode and created a book out of it, as well, in "The Sixth Grade Nickname Game", wherein Mr. Huge was based on that 7th grade teacher.

Korman moved to New York City, where he studied film and film writing. While i
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