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Big Nate Blasts Off

by Lincoln Peirce (author)

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The 8th title in the New York Times bestselling Big Nate series! With a new crush, and the annual Mud Bowl coming up, can Nate make a good impression without slipping up? With more detentions than he can count, Nate is in DEEP in Big Nate Blasts Off! When Nate submits a mocking cartoon of Randy Betancourt – winner of PS 38’s ‘most likely to mop the floor with someone else’s face’ award – to the school paper, tensions between the two are on the rise. After Randy jumps Nate the boys are caught in a fight by the Principle and forced to undergo joint peer counselling sessions run by Nate’s arch-enemy: teachers’ pet Gina! And as if that wasn’t enough to deal with the Mud Bowl – an annual ultimate Frisbee game against P.S. 38’s biggest rivals: Jefferson Middle School – is coming up. Will Nate be the star of the team, or a total bomb? And can he keep his crush on new-girl Ruby a secret, or will someone spill the beans?

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780008135317

Publisher

HarperCollins

Date published

April 7th, 2016

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.3; Middle years; 2.0 points

Other details
  • 224 pages
Condition

New

Reviews

  1. John
    on 12 April 2017

    Best Big Nate

    This book is so good I found it funny and emotional.

    5out of 5

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