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”I wasn’t surprised,” I said. “I knew Old Shep was going to die before I started page one.”
”Don’t be ridiculous,“ the teacher snapped. “How?”
I shrugged. “Because the dog always dies. Go to the library and pick out a book with an award sticker and a dog on the cover. Trust me, that dog is going down.”
And from there, the woes of Wallace Wallace spiral ever downward. Now Wallace Wallace (WW going forward and not to be confused with Humbert Humbert, who had his own obsessive behaviors) is one co...more
"I wasn't surprised," I said. "I knew Old Shep was going to die before I started page one."
"Don't be ridiculous," the teacher snapped. "How?"
I shrugged. "Because the dog always dies. Go to the library and pick out a book with an award sticker and a dog on the cover. Trust me, that dog is going down."
No More Dead Dogs is a unique story starring a football player that’s as honest as anything, a serious seventh-grade actress, and a play. Wallace Wallace, the football hero of Bedford, is not allowed on the team after he writes a terrible report on the book Old Shep, My Pal. He has nowhere to go during detention, so he works with the play, shelling out ideas and practically takes it over. Will he rewrite his unpleasing review to return to his team, or give it up for the play?
Unlike Wallace, I ...more
No plays or detention for me though. Just some insight will do nicely, thank you.
How would your life be if you never told a lie? I’d be willing to bet, it could get pretty interesting!? And that’s how this little piece of fiction starts …
The author wastes no time in introducing you to his protagonist and all of this kid’s honest observations(i ...more
Wallace was an accidental hero in w ...more
I don’t know that much about Gordon Korman, the author of No More Dead Dogs. I think he did pretty well, but it was slow moving. I believe he could have made it more interesting by either making it have more action or making it shorter. This would mean it has less dead time. By “dead time” I mean the characters just babbling about random stuff.
I think the book was a little bit boring, but it had some interesting parts. I strongly disliked the fact that it changed the perspective from ...more
No More Dead Dogs takes place during the school football season. Wallace Wallace cannot tell a lie. When he has to write a book report on Old Shep, My Pal he writes how awful the book is. It happens to be his teacher’s favorite book. He is given detention until he can write a better book review. During detention he has to sit and watch rehearsals for the play Old Shep, My Pal that his teacher is directing. Because of the detention, Wallace is not permitted to play football. Oddly ...more
book that he refused to do a report on. But things go bad and everyone thinks its Wallice doing them. Will the real culprit be cougt? Will Wallice get back on the team? Will he ever write tha ...more
The dog always dies. Go to the library and pick out a book with an award sticker and a dog on the cover. Trust me, that dog is going down.
I really like Gordon Korman. He's funny and a little snarky, and his characters are just this side of too smart (like most of the real teens I've known) and a little frustrated about it, and trying very hard to navigate the tumult and strife of their lives without unnecessarily making everything harder. Anyway this is a little funny and a little clever and I l ...more
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Korman moved to New York City, where he studied film and film writing. While i ...more