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Worst Class Trip Ever (Castaways) by Sandy…

Worst Class Trip Ever (Castaways)

by Sandy Beech

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SOS! Help! Get me off this island! What at first seems like the coolest class trip imaginable quickly turns into the worst medley of events known to a very animated group of kids and their crazy-as-a-loon science teacher. Told from the witty perspective of middle schooler Dani McFeeney, this tale brims with a humorous combination of irony, sarcasm, and silliness, all rooted in the typical social dramas of pre-teen adolescents—albeit from a much less typical location. The 173 pages of text are divided into 12 moderate chapters, characterized by a blend of dialog and simple descriptive language. With its comical context, casual tone, and action-packed pace, middle level readers will roll with laughter and intrigue as they avidly flip through the pages of this engaging junior novel. The first of a short series titled “Castaways,” this book’s storyline continues in subsequent volumes. ( )
  paulavev | Dec 2, 2012 |
Think it would be fun to get stuck on a deserted island with the guy you sort of like? Well, try adding the girls who gets on your nerves big-time (and who's crushing n the same guy,) the bossiest kid in school, your annoying little brother; and a bunch of other people. Oh, and have I mentioned that there's no way off this island, and no one knows where you are?
Still sound great? Didn't think so.
Now all I have to worry about is getting elected island leader while keeping my crush away for Little Miss Priss. Oh, and one other teeny-timly little thing:surviving.
Get me outta here! ( )
  ywoo | Jun 23, 2011 |
Danielle, (Dani for short) decides to be one of the ten people to go on a trip to a deserted island, with the craziest teacher in the whole school. ( )
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Did you ever have a moment that seemed totally unimportant at the time, but then later you realized it was the moment when your whole life changed?
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Dani McFeeney's class planned to take a trip to a tropical island, but wind up crashing onto a deserted island.

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