The 6th Grade Nickname Game

The 6th Grade Nickname Game

Book - 1998
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Eleven-year-old best friends Jeff and Wiley, who like to give nicknames to their classmates, try to find the right one for the new girl Cassandra, while adjusting to the football coach who has become their new teacher.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 1998
ISBN: 9780439095099
Branch Call Number: J PB KORM
Characteristics: 154 pages ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Sixth grade nickmane game


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OPLKids Aug 14, 2015

Awesome book!

Qianyu Yang
Nov 12, 2012

this book is pretty good. my teacher read some of it to us in class.

sterek Jun 27, 2012

I was in 6th grade while reading this, and got too addicted (causing myself to almost receive lunch detention for making up nicknames for everyone in my class . . . ). It was pretty funny and really entertaining!

Feb 25, 2012

I didn't really like the endin' of this book. this book is considerably good but the ending is too... But good job gordan!;)

Nov 22, 2011

funny stuff. IT could use a few more details but otherwise it was a great book.

Oct 18, 2011

There are two sixth grade classes, 6A and 6B at Old Orchard Public School.Two well-known boys of 6B are Jeff and Wiley. They are famous for giving great, actually excellent, nicknames. Jeff and Wiley even nicknamed 6A the Bright Lights and 6B the Dim Bulbs, because everybody knew that 6B would do poorly on the State Reading Assessment (the practice test wasn't good at all). The 6B substitute teacher, Mr. Hughes quit his part time job as an assistant football coach to support and to help his students. Will his cheerleading bring success ? Find out what happens in this fantastic and interesting book!

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Nov 02, 2013

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