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The Worst Day of Your Life (Choose Your Own Adventure #100)

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You're headed for your worst vacation ever: while the rest of your family is vacationing in Hawaii, you have to work on your uncle Norbert's pig farm raising money to replace the roof you accidentally destroyed with your gunpowder rocket. Suddenly the bus you are on sputters to a halt, and it's still six miles away from the farm! You're hot, hungry, tired, and thirsty, and ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published March 1st 1990 by Skylark (first published January 1st 1990)
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Hamidreza
Jun 11, 2016 Hamidreza rated it did not like it
واقعا یکی حقش نیست . کاش میشد نیم هم نمره داد . افتضاح بود . درسته ، شاید بعد از خوندنش با خودت بگی خب نویسنده قصدش این بوده که بفهمونه باید دلیل قاطع گرفت . نباید توی تصمیماتمون سست باشیم ... ولی ادوارد پاکارد ، سعی کرد این مفهومو به بدترین شکل ممکن به آدم بفهمونه . در ضمن روی چاپ فارسی اش نوشته ، یک داستان با 38 پایان متفاوت ، ولی من شمردم دیدم 14 تا پایان داشت . در ضمن از این 14 تا فقط 4 تاشون به خیر و خوشی تموم شد ؛ بقیه عبارت بودند از ( در ضمن زاویه دید کتاب ، دوم شخص مفرد بود ، یعنی مثل ای ...more
Michael
Sep 20, 2007 Michael rated it it was amazing
That would have to be April 18, 1986 then.
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Jun 24, 2011 Akraven rated it liked it
I'm teaching summer school and kids LOVE these books. Takes me back to my middle school years. I LOVED these, too. Turns out, they make a great read aloud book, too!
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Jul 08, 2013 Sheila Read rated it it was amazing
the adventures that I went through when I was bored I just read these books over and over again you would never get to the end of the story.
Marts  (Thinker)
So you can't go to Hawaii, you have to work on a form, the bus shuts down, a storm is coming, what could be worst? You choose the adventure!
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Jul 30, 2008 Marie rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Teenagers 12-18 yrs
Recommended to Marie by: Friend
Shelves: kids-8-14yrs
All the Choose your Own Adventure books are based on a great idea, you decide your fate, read one, I enjoyed a few when I was a teenager.
Jen
You could choose your own adventure but not your gender.
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Edward Packard attended and graduated from both Princeton University and Columbia Law School. He was one of the first authors to explore the idea of gamebooks, in which the reader is inserted as the main character and makes choices about the direction the story will go at designated places in the text.

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