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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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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!
I have read this book so many times and it still makes me laugh even though I'm definitely not the target audience.
First read this in 6th grade and absolutely loved it. And its still awesome.
i luved this book as a kid!!! perfect for a young grade schooler
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