The Life of Me: Enter at Your Own Risk

The Life of Me Enter at Your Own Risk When Ms Adolf hurts her back in a tango contest and goes on long term leave Mr Rock the music teacher is called in as the sub Hank is psyched until Mr Rock suggests that Hank attend an after school r

  • Title: The Life of Me: Enter at Your Own Risk
  • Author: Henry Winkler Lin Oliver
  • ISBN: 9780756988197
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Library Binding
  • When Ms Adolf hurts her back in a tango contest and goes on long term leave, Mr Rock the music teacher is called in as the sub Hank is psyched until Mr Rock suggests that Hank attend an after school reading program, which means he ll miss tae kwon do.

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    1. Jermaine McIntosh

      We again encounter Hank towards the end of a school year, and again Hank is in the position of not finishing. This time it is because he has failed to complete his community service requirement. The biggest difference between this book and earlier books in the series is that Hank starts to see something in himself, some potential for something other than failure. He realizes this with the help of Mr. Rock, the school music teacher who helps him explore this new side. Soon he is practicing monolo [...]

    2. Erin

      Hilarious! The Life of Me is a wonderful book that I think will be especially appreciated by boys who are reluctant readers as a result of learning disabilities.So I didn't start this series at Book #1, I started it at Book #14. That said, I didn't need any background history of the characters in order to fully enjoy the sense of humor and the realistic point-of-view of the main character: Hank Zipzer, a dynamic fifth grade boy who has fallen deep into "like" with a "blue-eyed, hat-wearing, lear [...]

    3. Marblesaurus

      Definitely a five-star story! Hank falls in love with this nice girl who actually is a cousin of his enemy, Nick McKelty. And in this book, finally his father realizes how much he's been making Hank's life even more difficult without knowing. I can sense the series is really heading toward the end. Only 3 books to go

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