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ISBN:0606057560
Author: Bill Wallace
ISBN13: 978-0606057561
Title: The Biggest Klutz in Fifth Grade
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Publisher: Demco Media; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (March 1, 1994)

The Biggest Klutz in Fifth Grade by Bill Wallace



Bill Wallace has won numerous children's state awards and been awarded the Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award for Children's Literature from the Oklahoma Center for the Book. Bill Wallace died from Lung cancer on January 30, 2012. Former elementary school teacher; West Elementary School, Chickasha, OK, principal, since 1977, and physical education teacher. Speaker at schools and universities in various states, including State University of New York and University of South Florida.

The Biggest Klutz in the 5th Grade. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. This is a great book for your "maturing" kid. I couldn't put it down. It's about a boy that is a huge klutz, that makes a bet with the most abnoxious boy in school. It definately portrayed a young kids life and the problems they face with girls, and fitting in. You won't be able to put it down!

Bill Wallace grew up in Oklahoma. Along with riding their horses, he and his friends enjoyed campouts and fishing trips. Bill Wallace has won nineteen children's state awards and been awarded the Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award for Children's Literature from the Oklahoma Center for the Book. Publisher: Aladdin (March 1994).

Bill Wallace was an American teacher and later an author of children's books. He started writing to quiet down his fourth grade students, who loved his stories and encouraged him to make real books. Bill Wallace grew up in Oklahoma. Children's Literature, 1984, and Pine Tree Book Award, 1985, both for Trapped in Death Cave. Perfect Design and content!

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Bill Wallace grew up in Oklahoma. The only part of the book that I haven't been comfortable with since this is probably written for 5th grade children (aged 10) is the continual references to the female anatomy. It was uncomfortable reading it with my child.

William "Bill" Wallace (August 1, 1947 – January 30, 2012) was an American teacher and later an author of children's books. Wallace was born and raised in Chickasha, Oklahoma. He studied professional writing at the University of Oklahoma. in Elementary Education from The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in 1971 and an .

Bill Wallace is the bestselling author of Beauty, Snot Stew and Buffalo Gal. well, something snapped. So when he bet me I couldn't get through the summer without getting stitches or breaking any bones, I took him on. Whoever lost had to kiss Kristine Pimpton (otherwise known as "The Blimp") in front of the entire school on the first day of sixth grade.

This book will have you laughing out loud and cheering for the main character the entire time. Whoever lost had to kiss Kristine Pimpton (otherwise known as "The Blimp") in front of the entire school on the first day of sixth grade

Tired of being taunted for his clumsiness, Pat makes a bet that he can get through the summer and start sixth grade without breaking any bones or having to get stitches
Reviews: 7
Marinara
This is one of my favorite books as a teen. Was very happy to find it again and be able to buy it as an adult. This book tells of a awkward teenagers coming of age. Healthy eating and working out helps this boy who is trying to reach a goal. Funny and cute a good read for a teen.
catterpillar
My son loves this book. This was actually a replacement book. He read the first one so many times (previously his dads) that we had to order another.
Jek
If you want your 9 year old to read, give him something that he won't want to put down. My grandson loves this book.
Marilbine
valuable lessons in this one
Agalen
Pat the most athletic kid in fith grade makes a bet with his friend Neal that they can't break a bone or get stitches over the summer. The loser would have to kiss Kristine Plimpton, "the blimp", on the lips in the front of the school on the first day. The rules say they have to still play football, basketball, and continue riding their bikes.

While Pat plays with his friends, Neal Hoffman pays kids to try and hurt Pat. Pat starts to work out and try not to get hurt. As Pat tries not to get hurt Neal plans great evil. Neal is trying to win and will do anything to beat Pat.

Pat and Jose, his best friend, go to Jose's dad's gym to workout. Pat cannot eat junk food. Every day when Pat wakes up he goes and works out. Will Pat win or lose the bet?

I think this book is a great book. It is hysterical. A funny part is when Pat goes for the tackle and misses. He gets stuck under a fence. Read it and it will knock your socks off.
Magis
I recieved this book as a gift from my mom in 6th grade, that would be in 1993, over ten years ago and it is still one of my most favorite books. Being slightly plump as well as having a klutzyness problem myself, I could totally identify with the main character. In fact everyone can see themselves in this book. It is like the end of the movie "Nerds", when everyone comes down and proclaims themselves to be nerds.

For everyone who has ever been picked on by the "jocks" or just been made fun of their apperance and wishes they could do something about it. For those who like to see the good guy take the fall for the good of another. This book is for you.
Boyn
My fourth grader brought this home from his school's library. He was bothered by parts were the boys are trying to get a girl to stand up while she's tanning with her bikini top undone. This happens several times over the course of the book, like an underlying theme. Very age inappropriate for kids under thirteen, I think. If there had been any indication that the characters had been punished for this behavior, or felt guilty about it, or if the girl had stood up for herself and told the boys to leave her alone, I might have felt differently about this book. As it is, it's just wrong, and not something kids under 13 should be exposed to.
This book was fun for my 5th grade son and I to read together. A little slow to get into the story, but it builds into pretty good story. The story line revolves araound the typical school bully versus the overweight "klutzy" non-athletic kid. It has a good moral to it. The only part of the book that I haven't been comfortable with since this is probably written for 5th grade children (aged 10) is the continual references to the female anatomy. It was uncomfortable reading it with my child.