And one day Nate and his friend named Francis got a camera from the teacher to take a few pictures but Nate lost the teachers camera and Francis stopped being friends with Nate and Nate tried to make things right with his friends and got hipmatized to be cleaner but he did not like being clean so Nate flipped out. And why can't children's authors write stories with decent characters that our kids could look up to and emulate? I recently finished Big Nate Flips Out by Lincoln Pierce. Really, just the drawings would have been enough. Author again works in some secret code, inviting kids to engage on a closer level. On the panel Lincoln revealed he is currently working with some animation and licensing projects including the addition of a Big Nate island to the online game Poptropica. One day one of his best friends, Teddy, convinces his uncle Bob to hypnotize Nate into a clean freak and make him smart. So, Francis worryingly let Nate use the camera that only he was allowed to get as the school editor.
Then Nate lost the camera that Francis gave him. He went on to teach art at a New York City High School. Who thought we'd ever see Nate act like a fastidious neat freak, obsessive about keeping his locker, bedroom, and himself spotlessly clean? This information helps us design a better experience for all users. While working on the school yearbook, Nate loses the school camera. Galvin - Nate's science teacher. No wonder the boys are lined up to read these books. Francis is unlike Nate, because he's neat and smart but Nate is messy and dumb.
Nate Wright an average kid that just hates school, decides that him and his friends should join the P. I would like to read more Big Nate's by Lincoln Peirce. Both of them learn some things about differences and getting along despite those differences. I like the illustrations inside, and like Big Nate's comic takes on things. Add the drama of Nate fighting with his best friend and a high stakes trivia contest, not to mention the usual bullies and annoyances of 6th grade, and you've got a winner.
If only Max could be like the hero in his favorite comics. That means teaming up with Teddy and Dee Dee, who is as quirky as anyone at P. Parents need to know that Big Nate Flips Out, the 10th title in the humorous series, centers on public embarrassment. It is fast paced and humorous. I think one of the reasons that I don't like them as much as the kids is that I'm not a kid anymore, I don't see things the way they do. Really, just the drawings would have been enough. For some reason I thought Big Nate was younger than middle school.
And when Nate's sloppiness gets out of hand, his best friend, Francis, is in serious trouble. But for what it's worth here is my two cents. Want more information, read Big Nate Flips Out!!! When Francis takes the blame for the lost camera and receives his first detention, Nate decides to make it up to his friend by becoming neat and responsible. My name is Z, Z the zombie. He's happy with me just the way I am. Then Nate lost the camera that Francis gave him. I thought the valuable lesson in this book was to trust your friends if they say they didn't do something.
And when Nate's sloppiness gets out of hand, his best friend, Francis, is in serious trouble. But when looking for the camera in his locker, he cannot find it. So the spirited sixth-grader tries hypnosis in a bid to repair their friendship. But when the camera goes missing, Francis blames it all on Nate and they get into a huge Nate Wright an average kid that just hates school, decides that him and his friends should join the P. There is a little more depth here than I expected involving Nate and a fight he has with his friend, Francis about neatness and responsibility. Hickson approves and Gina gets angry at Nate. When Nate sees Randy bullying Francis about his middle name again, he attacks him, almost winning a fight with Randy in the process.
But Nate doesn't like to be the teacher's pet. He and his friends work together as a team: to solve a theft, improve the yearbook, and compete in the Trivia Slam. This is just another one of those series that seems out to make money and the quality has suffered because of it. Godfrey would not approve of Nate having the camera. He gets made fun of by kid geniusis like Gina and his teachers because he is messy and not that intelligent.
I would relate this book to a classmate. This book is pretty good. Also, hypnotism isn't exactly the best solution to Nate's problem. Although I did appreciate the school librarian being more reasonable than the others. I'd rate it at least one and a half stars, possibly the full two, and I recommend it for readers who enjoy good, clean, positive humor. So with the help of 2 close friends Dee Dee and Teddy he had Teddy's uncle hypnotize him to become a neat freak.
They both are very close friends until Francis decides to get a camera for Nate to use for yearbook class. I bought it for him and he read it in just a few days. Can Nate clean up his act, or will he flip out first? There some people he hates though, especially a girl named Gina, who is a big tattle tale and a total nerd, and his Social Studies I think the book was awesome. Fresh characters are added, well-known traits of main characters altered and sometimes even reversed, a ploy Lincoln Peirce uses to amusing effect in Big Nate Flip When you've written a daily newspaper comic strip for twenty-two years—the length of time Lincoln Peirce had done Big Nate when this book was released in 2013—you get used to tweaking your paradigm on a regular basis to find new plot possibilities. Trouble always seems to find him, but Nate keeps his cool no matter what. How else could a cartoonist churn out hundreds of mini stories every year for decades? And when Nate's sloppiness gets out of hand, his best friend, Francis, is in seri The fifth Big Nate novel in the New York Times bestselling series by Lincoln Peirce! At science class, Francis gets an A for his quiz so Nate thinks he's getting an A too. Due to an explosive fight with his best and longtime friend, Francis, Nate feels compelled to make some big changes to show Francis he is not a total slob.
Other than that the storyline is interesting! I really liked this book and would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny books or books about hypnosis. In the book, he bullies Francis. Everyone knows N-A-T-E does not equal N-E-A-T! But he becomes the photographer anyway. If you happened to read my review you would see I didn't like that many pictures in the book. Overall, a kid pleaser for sure, but not a whole lot of literary quality here.