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by Jerry Spinelli

eBook Space Station 7th Gr ePub
Author: Jerry Spinelli
Language: English
ISBN: 0440961653
ISBN13: 978-0440961659
Publisher: Laurel Leaf (August 1, 1984)
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 769
Formats: lrf lit txt mobi
ePub file: 1157 kb
Fb2 file: 1211 kb

Home Jerry Spinelli Space Station Seventh Grade. What’s th. at? That he’s not just a teenager. The bad thing was, this was the day I was going to ask her about coming over to see my space station.

Home Jerry Spinelli Space Station Seventh Grade. Space station seventh g. .Space Station Seventh Grade, . She didn’t say anything about it since the hayride, but that was okay because I needed a little time to finish up a real neat part. Now, I keep having this picture in my mind of her seeing me.

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Home Jerry Spinelli Space Station Seventh Grade. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24. Begin Reading. Thank you for your support of the author’s rights. for my mother and father.

Jerry Spinelli (born February 1, 1941) is an American writer of children's novels that feature adolescence and early adulthood. He is best known for Maniac Magee, Stargirl and Wringer. Spinelli was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. At the age of 16, his love of sports inspired him to compose a poem about a recent football victory, which his father published in the local newspaper without his knowledge.

Space Station Seventh Grade is a young adult novel by Jerry Spinelli, published in 1982; it was his debut novel

Space Station Seventh Grade is a young adult novel by Jerry Spinelli, published in 1982; it was his debut novel. It was inspired by an odd event when one of his six children ate some fried chicken that he had been saving for the next day. The novel was intended for adults but became a young adult novel instead. Seventh-grader Jason Herkimer narrates the events of his year, from school, hair, and pimples, to mothers, little brothers, and a girl

Jerry Spinelli is the author of over fifteen immensely popular books for young readers, including Eggs, Stargirl, Space Station Seventh Grade, Newbery Honor winner Wringer, and Maniac Magee, winner of more than fifteen state children's book awards in addition to the Newbery Medal. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Eileen.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. In this celebration of nonconformity, Newbery Medalist Jerry Spinelli weaves a tense, emotional tale about the perils of popularity and the thrill and inspiration of first love. 8 113. Published: 2000. He wasn't born with the name Maniac Magee. He came into this world named Jeffrey Lionel Magee, but when his parents died and his life changed, so did his name.

Space Station Seventh Grade book. Jerry Spinelli must have made quite a splash back in 1982 with his debut novel, Space Station Seventh Grade. I can imagine that he really opened some eyes with his almost unique use of such realistic dialogue as is commonly found in the book; there are scores of "Yeah? Yeah" and "Uh-huh? Uh-huh" moments in the dialogue that goes back and forth between his junior high characters, which is pretty much true to life.

Space Station 7th Grade' is a great, funny, and enertaining book. My son is in the seventh grade and reading this book was like reading a real life story of a kid new to middle school. I really enjoyed the part of the book when Jason first had to take a shower after PE. Students having to run around in a huge shower room together naked as jay birds is many elementary kids 'worst nightmare'.

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Seventh-grader Jerry discovers that junior high school has its good and bad points, when he scuffles with a girl trombone player, endures gym-class showers, makes moosecalls in assembly, and falls in love
This is one of those books I randomly grabbed from the library and ready cover to cover when I was probably 10 years old(35 now). The only specific things I recalled about it was the football physical which I had already been through and the word 'gonads' which I had never heard before, and last chapter titled "girl" which had a surreal effect on me at the time, a sort of genetic awakening. Despite not remembering much specifically, the charisma and confidence of the main character is kind of the basis of the character I played when I wrote and played songs for my garage band, I always wondered where he came :) The language and subjects are not for the weak minded :)
At some point you have to transition from fantasy adventure and fart based humor to something more advanced. But you're not ready for problem novels about drugs and sex, or raunchy novels about drugs and sex.
Enter Spinelli. In this book, and especially again in "Stargirl", Spinelli introduces a new kind of character: decent, well-intentioned, inexperienced and just trying to get by and make sense.
He treats his characters with great generosity, he allows them all an opportunity for forgiveness and growth. He treats his readers the same way: with humor and respect.
So, as either a nice piece of fiction, or as a how-to manual for seventh graders, this book works.
I bought this for my 11-year-old son for Christmas after he said he had been looking for it in the school library; he has read other books by Jerry Spinelli that he enjoys. When he was about half-way through, he came to me rather concerned because, as he put it, it had a lot of "bad words" and other things that were "inappropriate." I asked what words, and he said the "S-word" and the "D-word" every couple pages. He is enjoying the book though and says it's very funny, but if you're at all concerned with your "4th grade and up" kid reading profanity this might not be the book for you.
I liked this book a lot.
This book is very accurate in some spots but others just made me confused. But for the most part it was a very fun read! 4 out of 5 stars.
Great author!
Great book for a middle schooler. Jerry Spinelli is a great young adult writer.
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