Stormy Sprague and the other kids in detention form a floor hockey team and have the nerve to compete against the unbeatable Screaming Eagles, who do not take Stormy's team seriously. ...
|Title||:||Please Remove Your Elbow from My Ear|
|Number of Pages||:||122 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Please Remove Your Elbow from My Ear Reviews
I still love reading this book, even though I'm 30. The first time I read it I laughed hysterically, and it still makes me smile.It's a fun little book. Not deep or groundbreaking, but if you were ever a teased in junior high, you can identify with the characters. What I love most about it, though, is the romance, even though on first glance it doesn't SEEM like a romantic book.There are several hook-ups between the male and female characters. None of the female characters are particularly objectified, and the romance seems entirely based on personality - falling in mutual weirdness, you could say. I loved it when I was younger, and I love it now. Martyn Godfreys books tend to have strong female characters, and this one was no exception. The main character is a boy, but there are just as many female characters as male, and they all play an important role.So, in sum - funny, cute, rings true, and promotes good relationship styles. All in all, a great little book.
His name is stormy spargue and he's known as the clown in his school for always getting in trouble with everyone especially his teachers. The number of times he's went in to detention is so numerous that its hard to count now. Every day he's getting in to trouble or being mocked at but one day his life changed in school. In detention Stormy and his friends of mitfits from detention decide to form a hockey team so they can compete in there school's hockey tournament. They named there selves as the Dregs and went against the odds and won the competition. Stormy showed the world how's its done when his team surprisedly won against the team the Screaming eagles, a undefeated team that was undoubtedly was supposed to win.
I gave this book four stars because I really liked what it is about. This book showed something that really happens in middle school, getting bullied. Stormy, the main character gets bullied quite a bit. Stormy is not very popular but he wants to be. He gets together a team for the floor hockey tournament. This book shows people can overcome things in their life. That is why I think this book deserves four stars.
this was pretty cute. the dialogue is a bit stiff sometimes but mostly hilarious and adorable. it deals with things like bullying and bravery and sticking to your guns even if it makes you an outcast. i'm such a sucker for underdog sports stories and i love how this one celebrates being a misfit and letting your freak flag fly. now i want to watch mighty ducks real bad.
I gave this book 3 stars because it was not my kind of book. This book is about floor hockey and a little romance. Everything in this book seems realistic. This book has a little violence in it. 2 guys like different girls amd both end up with them on they're floor hockey team one of the girls got detention and the other was one was a girlfriend of one of them. Find out who by reading the book.
I loved this book. I find it so sad that I have yet to read another book that made me laugh out loud as much as this one did. The world needs more authors out there like Martyn Godfrey, rest his soul, he was a true genius.
Read this book as a 10 year old but it'll never get old!!! Obviously a children's story but involves an underdog group of kids who do their best to overcome long odds...