Friday, January 28, 2011

The Report Card


December 1st 2010

Report Card

Andrew Clements

ISBN-13: 978-0-439-90678-4

Realistic fiction

The Report Card

Have you ever gotten bad grades? It doesn’t feel good. The Report Card by Andrew Clements is about a genius a named Nora who keeps her talents a secret. Her best friend Stephen got a bad grade on the CMT (Connecticut Mastery Test) so she gets Ds for him. She is trying to prove that grades don’t matter and she has a plan. Will this plan work? Read this book now if you want to know.

This book’s strength is that kids are doing amazing things that can really happen. Also this book uses easy understandable words the reader can read. This book has no pictures and puts all the imagination into the words. This can also be a weakness for visual learners though. This is a great book for creative people.

I recommend this book to all ages, because it is fun and is appropriate for younger readers. This book can help younger readers’ reading knowledge get better. This is a great book with an outstanding story. This books genre is realistic fiction. You should really read this book.