Max uigley Technically Not a Bully review ☆ 3

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Max Quigley, Technically Not a Bully review ☆ 3 Â For readers just past Captain Underpants for those who relish the sort of humor of Louis Sachar and Jack Gantos here is a hilarious novel by an author who truly gets boys His main character Max uigley is no angel; in fact one might call him a bully But even as he taunts wimpy NerdstY friendship grows In the end Max wins readers over keeps them laughing shows he is capable of change and ultimately brings us to a better understanding of boy dynamic. 71812 Found this ARC even though it's been out forever in my stash of donated books Think True Story of the Three Little Pigs but a realistic fiction middle grade novel Max is the narrator he's misunderstood It's not really his fault that Triffin Nordstrom read Nerdstrom got pushed out the emergency exit and left behind on a school field trip to the Cake Factory It's not his fault that he threw another kid's basketball over the fenceMax is a bully Through some creative parenting he begins spending time with one of his victims leading to growth on the part of both boys This will lead to interesting conversations about how a bully might perceive his practical jokes and how the victims feel It might be a good next step after Wimpy Kid or provide a bridge to the Joey Pigza books

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For readers just past Captain Underpants for those who relish the sort of humor of Louis Sachar and Jack Gantos here is a hilarious novel by an author who truly gets b. I read story called technically not a bully By James Roy it was written in 2007 story tells about a boy name Max uigley and his friendnerdstrom Max nerdstrom and a bully are all in 1st grade One day max throws his food at lunch on the wall and gets in lots of trouble When max gets in truble at lunch he’s punishment was that Nerdstrom had to teach max math As max and nerdstrom hang out after school they got to be good friends In the book max learned that you can be friends with anybody The theme of the book is the importance of friendship At the end of the book max works together with nerdstrom to recite a poem“ ‘Together’ he said under his breath and we did the last verse totally together totallyas if we’d actually practiced it together”This is a example of friendship and how it was important Max and nerdstrom they helped each other with their own problems Max was mean to people so nerdstrom helped him get nice Nerdstrom was a nerd and max helped him come less of a cry baby I did not really like the book The book did not explain how max and nerdstrom became good friends The characters did not seem real In real life they would have been fighting and swearing He tuned up his nose “Finn that’s no good at all” A real first grader would have had a fit and would start throwing stuff around They would have said “stupid” or “dumb” If you are going to read this book get ready to get confused

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Max Quigley Technically Not a BullyOys His main character Max uigley is no angel; in fact one might call him a bully But even as he taunts wimpy Nerdstrom he also begins to understand him A most unlikel. After Max plays a prank on one of his geeky classmatesthe sixth grader now must face the punishment of being tutored by him in MathMax does not think of himself as a bully yet he does seem to have some of the ualifications by some of the tricks he plays on poor Triffin Nordstrom or who he calls Nerdstrom One being locking him out of the building of where they are on a class field trip When the teachers are counting kids and realize they are missing one Max tells them that Triffin's Mom picked him up However when they get back to school and Triffin's Mom is there to pick him upwell it is soon realized poor Nerdstrom was left behind all alone because of Max and his other friend's actionsMax thinks of his parents punishments as lame until they meet with Triffin's Mom and come up with a plan to help foster the boys realtionship What were they thinking of making Triffin tutor him Both boys are appauled with such an idea At the end though a great life lesson has been taught than Max or Triffin and their other classmates could possibly imagine through a school project they were all reuired to doThis book was originally published in Australia so some of the terminology is a little different to what we are use to hearingI really enjoyed this book