It is about a little boy named Freddy who can not decide what animal to choose for his science project. My one complaint wi Sam and I are reading our first chapter book. The word fin is in every illustration and it was fun looking for that every time I came across them. No trivia or quizzes yet. My son really loves this series but I am constantly editing the stories as I read them to skip over lying to parents, ru Very disappointing.
Jan 23, Kaden F rated it did not like it. His teacher wants the class to do reports on nocturnal animals, and everybody but Freddy has a really cool animal. Here’s the third in a new series by an elementary teacher who’s seen it all. Tooth Trouble Abby Klein. Posted by Heather Heath at
One night he insisted that we read four chapters! There were too many plot points, no clear story.
Homework Hassles by Abby Klein | Scholastic
There is the Bully, the Princess, the Tomboy, the Brain and our ‘Hero’ the mediocre kid Freddy who admires some of his friends but never thinks of emulating them.
The Blue Sky Press, Genre: He supposed to study about nocturnal animals and have to make assignments.
Homework Hassles (Ready Freddy!)
Freddy forget all about his assignment Family scenes always show siblings bickering, sometimes for several pages so tedious ; normal, constructive conversations almost never take place. I like how it talks about hassle stress Freddy feels when he finds out he has to do the report and how he deals with it.
She thinks there’s nothing better than a good book, and she loves reading aloud to children. Freddy finds something other than the focus of his report!
How will Freddy find one? She and her husband, two children, and four dogs live in Williston, Vermont. Lists with This Dreddy. About Abby Klein Abby Klein was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and has been a kindergarten and first-grade teacher for more than twenty years.
Here’s the third in a new series by an elementary teacher who’s seen it all. Apr 25, Christine Rains rated it liked it. Dec 09, Esmeralda rated homesork liked it.
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I had to stifle the urge to laugh. But trouble always chose him. Currently she teaches in the same public elementary school she attended as a child in the Los Angeles area. Posted by Heather Heath at Within each illustration, is a hidden word that the reader can try to find, just to add readj the fun.
Heather Heath’s World Lit Blog: Ready, Freddy! Homework Hassles
Tooth Trouble Abby Klein. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Chapter book, fiction Grade Level: