A fast, fun, friendship read from the Newbery-award winning author of , Maniac Magee.Fourth graders are tough. They aren't afraid of spiders. They say no to their moms. They push first graders off the swings. And they never, ever cry.Suds knows that now that he's in fourth grade, he's supposed to be a rat. But whenever he tries to act like one, something goes wrong. Can Suds's friend Joey teach him to toughen up...or will Suds remain a fourth grade wimp?
The transition from third to fourth grade befuddles Suds Morton; according to PW, ``Rapid-fire dialogue and a hilarious string of episodes unfold a story with a valuable message about peer pressure and the importance of being oneself.'' Ages 8-12.
A sooo good book
It was a good story
Forth Grade Rats:1.
It’s this kid named John and Joey and they were at their school and they were in class and school is over and so they went outside and they saw these two second graders and Joey push the first one off and he made John push the second one off and John B what do you and the little girl looked at him and she ran away in then the boy that Joey pushed off got really frustrated with him so he ran with his friend and when she
Turned around when John seen the girl eyes they ran farther away then the park and where they live Jon I mean Joey grab John’s joyride jobs joy grab John’s arm and tell him not to tell his parents