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Monday, November 19, 2012

Book Review: Big Nate in a Class by Himself, Special Edition by Lincoln Peirce

Big Nate in a Class by Himself, Special Edition by Lincoln Peirce
Reading level: Ages 8 and up
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins; Special edition 
released: October 30, 2012
ISBN-10: 0062207733
ISBN-13: 978-0062207739

This awesome edition of Big Nate: In a Class by Himself includes an EXTRA 16 pages full of winter fun, with laugh-out-loud holiday comix, mix 'n' match gift grabs, and Nate-orious wish lists!
Nate knows he's meant for big things. REALLY big things.
But life doesn't always go your way just because you're awesome.
Trouble always seems to find him, but Nate keeps his cool no matter what.
He knows he's great. A fortune cookie told him so.
For fans of the hilarious Diary of a Wimpy Kid series: Here comes BIG NATE, accidental mischief maker and definitely NOT the teacher's pet.

Got a special guest reviewer today. Tucker Richardson is a 5th grader and a big Nate fan. He agreed to check out this cool new Big Nate edition. If you are looking for the perfect gift for a child in your life then you might want to pick this one up!

Tucker's grandmother Lisa: 
Thanks so much for sending Tucker the book and letting him review it. I had him write the answers to your questions, and then I just typed them up for you. He reads these books until they are totally dog eared, and he and his friends love these and the Wimpy Kid books!

1. I am 10 years old, and yes I have read all the Nate books except the new one, #5.

2. Nate books are fun to read because Arthur is always getting Nate into trouble, and the books make me laugh.

3. The best part about this book is when Nate gets 7 detention slips.

4. This would be a great gift for kids this holiday because of the Jolly Ho comics in the back, and because you can read the books over and over.

5. I like the Nate books because they are a lot like the Wimpy Kid books. You can read the story, but the cartoons make the story even more funny. I read them over a lot, because my friends and I can tell the stories back to each other and say the funny parts like jokes.

5 Sheep

Guest Reviewer: Tucker R. from Salem, OR

There you have it! Straight from a 5th grader. Thanks to Tucker for helping the Flock out with this one. You rock!

about the author:
Big Nate website
Lincoln Peirce is a cartoonist/writer and the creator of the comic strip Big Nate. It appears in more than two hundred U.S. newspapers and online daily at comics.comLincoln Peirce lives with his wife and two children in Portland, Maine.
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