Learn Me Gooder - Teaching
4.9 stars over 39 reviews
Six years have passed, and this time around, Jack gets a talking monkey sidekick, a beautiful love interest, and a top-secret undercover CIA assignment to Uranus. (Well, ONE of those things is true, anyway.) There are witty quotes, riotous stories, and more twists and turns than M. Night Shyamalan’s small intestine.
Through email correspondence with Fred Bommerson, Jack talks about PTA fundraisers gone awry, unnatural food chains, and how any action can be made acceptable as long as “it’s for science.” With subject lines such as “Diarrhea of a Wimpy Kid,” “Green Eggs and Math,” and “Houston, we have a word problem,” it’s perfect for reading in small chunks or one long session.
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RanDumb: The Random Dumb Adventures of an Irish Guy in LA -Humor
4.8 stars over 91 reviews
Description: We all talk about it: Changing our lives. What we're going to do, want to do, wish we'd done! Until... Game over, flat line. Maybe next time.
RanDumb tells the story of an Irish Mark who one day decided to make the change. Took a shot. Gave it a shot. Left the real world behind. Swapped the green fields of Ireland for Hollywood. Chasing the dream. Chasing his tail.
RanDumb takes the reader on an unforgettable journey through the real world of life in LA, seen through a unique Irish perspective:
Random. Dumb. Fun. Models. Actors. Parties. Nutters. Producers. Directors. Singers. Hippies. Leprechauns. Dancing. Prancing. Drink. Drugs. Freaks. Fakes. Friends. Stand up. Knocked down. Dressed up. Stripped down. Troughs. Hills. Gutters. Stars. Highest highs! Lowest lows. Trying to make it. All the time.
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The Dirt - Women's Fiction
4.5 stars over 14 reviews
Description: Lucy Whitley cannot wait to get out of Palm Desert. It’s not a place for a frizzy-haired science nerd, particularly when her fashion-obsessed older sister Sloane is the head of a clique of pretty girls who rule the school – and practically the whole town.
Fortunately, life is about to change forever. Lucy’s dad is getting re-married, and then she can transfer to a boarding school in Connecticut, escaping all the mean girls and the endless whispers about the Whitley family scandal. Everything is going to be perfect – as long as the wedding goes smoothly.