The Principal s Son Peter Brantwill is shy Very shy He s the quietest fifth grader at Birch Ridge Elementary School Peter just blends into the crowd never does anything to draw attention Attention is the last thing he w

  • Title: The Principal's Son
  • Author: Roderick J. Robison
  • ISBN: 9781482743647
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Peter Brantwill is shy Very shy He s the quietest fifth grader at Birch Ridge Elementary School Peter just blends into the crowd, never does anything to draw attention Attention is the last thing he wants But when his father becomes the principal of his school, Peter s whole world is suddenly turned upside down Students tease him Kids he doesn t know stare at him inPeter Brantwill is shy Very shy He s the quietest fifth grader at Birch Ridge Elementary School Peter just blends into the crowd, never does anything to draw attention Attention is the last thing he wants But when his father becomes the principal of his school, Peter s whole world is suddenly turned upside down Students tease him Kids he doesn t know stare at him in the hallways Teachers treat him differently And then there s Darren Kalder, the troublemaker who torments Peter Things turn even worse when Peter and Darren are paired up for a homework assignment they must prepare a fictitious petition They decide on a petition to reinstate recess at their school And what starts out as a simple homework assignment turns into much when their classmates ask to sign the petition It s up to Peter and Darren to follow through and present the petition to the school committee But this involves speaking at a televised public meeting And when Darren backs out at the last minute, Peter must decide whether to back outor make a bold move that will forever change him.

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    1. What happens when you’re in the fifth grade and you see your dad there? A knot forms in your stomach, and then even worse your dad is presented as the new principal of your school. That’s what happens to Peter during his first week as a fifth grader. As Peter begins to work his way through his new role as the principal’s son he learns that things aren’t always the way they seem in life. This is a well written short book that is great for kids to read. It encourages kids to get involved i [...]

    2. This is my first book. I teach middle school kids and thought I might pick up a few books on for my classroom library. Not sure if, my kids will enjoy this book as they are older and I think that this is a good book for the middle elementary aged kid. I found the book to be a little slow moving at times but it is still a good book. So I would not over look it for its value. I do love the story that shows resolution to a bullying situation. One thing that I really like about this book is how it [...]

    3. I really enjoyed reading this book, and hope to put it in my classroom library someday for my students to read. There are a few words that younger readers might struggle with while reading. However, it has a great storyline about a shy 5th grade boy who is learning how to deal with being bullied for being the Principal's son. Overall it is a really easy and delightful read! Thank you Giveaway and Roderick J. Robinson! :)

    4. Softball queenthis book is very and interesting and fun. I chose five stars because it is very hooking you really want to know what's next. I read for a hour and thirteen minutes just to know what happens they should make a sequel I would read it right away. l loved it so much.:) :) :) :) :) :)

    5. This review is actually based on what my brother's said. (He's 11 years old). I'm pretty sure this book is targeted around my age group.He didn't like Peter. He thought it was an ok read. Sorry for the lack of details as my brother is 11.d he's a guy. Haha, but he read the whole thing so that's something! He said to give it 2 stars.Thanks Giveaway!

    6. My daughter love thebookMy daughter said it great book she said it kind funny she just did a book report on it . she said she will read it again

    7. Pretty good!I just wish it would've been longer. Other than that it was a great book. I would recommend it to anyone looking for something to read between a major series.

    8. Well written and kept kids interest's not easy to find simple bedtime storybook. chapters not too short or too long. I will look for other books by this author.

    9. Another cute children's book. Amazingly written on how the bully and non bully learn to get to together and fight for something that the entire school wants.

    10. Great BookI thought the book was great. I think anyone would enjoy this book. Children and adults. It is entertaining and interesting.

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