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The Sloppy Copy Slipup

by DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan

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age app: intermediate

genre: realistic fiction

review: this is a good example of realistic fiction because it tells the story of a boy who is going through something in school that the students can relate to. It is humorous and engaging. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823421899, Paperback)

Brian Higman, also known as Big Hig, has a problem. He does not have his sloppy copy writing assignment ready to turn in, and his teacher, Miss Fromme, is not one to listen to excuses. But Brian has really good reasons this time. Between the antics of his impossible five-year-old brother and his teenage brother's rock-and-roll band rehearsing at his house, not to mention the fact that his life savings have gone missing, it was impossible to get any homework done over the weekend. It takes all of Brian's imaginative powers and storytelling techniques to prevent him from getting a zero. And it takes some inspiration on Miss Fromme's part to coax Brian into turning his excuses into an actual sloppy copy.

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Fourth-grader Brian Higman worries about how his teacher Miss Fromme--nicknamed The General--will react when he fails to hand in a writing assignment, but he ends up being able to tell his story after all.

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