This novel is about an akward GR.9 student named Will Reid who has been found by the GR.9 bully(Shane) and is pushed to his limit and only. EggHead By Caroline Pignat. Katie is confused. Shane is a bully. Devan is in love. This novel got me emotional at some parts. -Has one friend. : Egghead: A Novel (): Caroline Pignat: Books. Egghead and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Egghead is told by three perspectives, Katie, Will’s friend, Will, and Devan. I don’t know how many stars Daroline should give to this book.
I began reading it as part of the canadian red maple awards. I think that this book was really good. I did it as a class book thing and I would be annoyed when we’d have to stop and do carolie questions.
I highly encourage you to purchase this book for child or school. I LOVE this book. I always hoped for Devan and Katie to be a thing and it was just really sweet of Will to give them the gift card for the restaurant.
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Young readers will find lots to think about as they turn the pages of this crisp and compelling story by newcomer Caroline Pignat. I also enjoyed Will’s beautiful poems that kept this book both sad and intruging.
I think this because, Shane is one of the main character in the book and I would want to know more about his life. The one who doesn’t understand social cues.
A Place for Wonder: The characters actions were also very exaggerated, and therefore caused unneeded drama in sections that perhaps would have been better left as is. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. Will never changes throughout the story, the little gawky kid who loves ants and is bullied.
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Feb 21, Elizabeth rated it liked it Shelves: This doesn’t actually happen in real life Amazing to see how bullying affects everyone Unfortunately, the story tends to generalize the reasoning behind Shane’s behavior he is abused by his father.
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Three teens in grade 9 struggle with their own identities and bullying. He doesn’t want to tattle and get him in trouble,so what does he do? However, the book ends on a positive note, and the short chapters and high-paced drama are cqroline to engage even the most reluctant readers. Aug 09, Sabrina rated it it was amazing. Also, even though the added humour was nice, it might cause the serious topics in the book to lose some of their importance.
Although, like most books, there were some things that could have been better. Devan is filled with guilt because if Katie and Will’s project hadn’t been ruined, they wouldn’t have won third place. When Devan sees Shane and Brad faroline Katie, he comes to the rescue and on the way, tells them off, saying that what they’re doing is wrong.
If someone dealing with these problems looked towards this book in need of advice, then it can lead them to believe that their issues are perceived as comical, despite the solemness of the matters. Together the three young teens are struggling to find their way out of one of the classic dilemmas of life: Its main theme is bullying and how you should stand up to bullying.
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Recommendations I think that all ages from 8 to 12 should read this book because it piignat you not to be A bully or a bystander and to stand up to bullies or else someone could be emotionally or physically hurt. Read more Read less. My 13 year old read this was school and handed it to me. Write a customer review. He just sees the light. From School Library Journal Grade 7—10—Ninth-grader Will Reid, obsessed with ants and the science fair, wears a turtleneck dickie under his shirts.
Devan is one of the gang of boys carline follows Shane, the high school’s prime 9th grade bully. All three are different, yet Caroline tells the story through their perspectives.