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Jeremy Bender vs. the Cupcake Cadets by Eric Luper
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Jun 10, 12

bookshelves: middle-grades
Read from May 31 to June 10, 2012

Have you ever broken something that wasn't yours and quickly tried to figure out how to fix it or replace it? Well then, you can connect with Jeremy Bender. Eric Luper's book Jeremy Bender vs. the Cupcake Cadets will keep you laughing throughout this wonderful story.

Jeremy and Slater(Jeremy's best friend) spill all kinds of liquid in Jeremy's dad's antique boat engine. In order to fix their mess up before dad finds out, they need a way to raise/win/find $450.00. The problem will be solved once they win the annual Windjammer boat race. Five Hundred dollars goes to the winning boat but like all great stories there is a problem. You must be a member of the Cupcake Cadets which is an exclusive girls only club according to Handbook Rule Number...

Do you see where this book is going? If you are predicting that Jeremy and Slater are going to dress up as Cadets and try and win the money, you are correct. If you are going predict that they will eventually get caught, you are correct. If you want to read to find out about all the boys adventure as girls, then this is a great book for you.

I loved Jeremy Bender vs. The Cupcake Cadets. The boys pulling off this stunt was something I would have never thought of doing when I was in 6th grade. I enjoyed the plot, the villain's role and the way the boat was fixed. Go visit your local library, bookstore or teacher's library if you think this book is for you.

Happy Reading,

Mr. Wittmer

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Daniel people say thats a good book

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ToriAA03 Your finally getting into that book.... Haha

Erik Wittmer It was a great book and yes, I finally read it. What can a teacher do when he has so many great books to read? Take one at at time.

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