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❮PDF❯ ✐ Extra Credit Author Andrew Clements – Tushna-hram.ru It isn’t that Abby Carson can’t do her schoolwork She just doesn’t like doing it And in February a warning letter arrives at her home Abby will have to repeat sixth grade—unless she meets somePDF Extra Credit Author Andrew Clements Tushna hramru It isn’t that Abby Carson can’t do her schoolwork She just doesn’t like doing it And in February a warning letter arrives at her home Abby will have to repeat sixth grade—unless she meets some It isn’t that Abby Carson can’t do her schoolwork She just doesn’t like doing it And in February a warning letter arrives at her home Abby will have to repeat sixth grade—unless she meets some specific conditions including taking on an Extra Credit pro

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T girls should not be anywhere near a school? And what about those who believe that any contact with Americans is unhealthy? Not so simple But as letters flow back and forth—between the prairies of Illinois and the mountains of central Asia across cultural and religious divides through the minefields of different lifestyles and traditions—a small group of children begin to speak and listen to one another And in just a few short weeks they make important discoveries about their communities about their world and most of all about themselves

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Extra CreditJect to find a pen pal in a distant country Seems simple enough But when Abby’s first letter arrives at a small school in Afghanistan the village elders agree that any letters going back to America must be written well In English And the only ualified student is a boy Sadeed Bayat Except in this village it is not proper for a boy to correspond with a girl So Sadeed’s younger sister will write the letters Except she knows hardly any English So Sadeed must write the letters For his sister to sign But what about the villagers who believe tha

Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements I was born in Camden New Jersey in and lived in Oaklyn and Cherry Hill until the middle of sixth grade Then we moved to Springfield Illinois My parents were avid readers and they gave that love of books and reading to me and to all my brothers and sisters I didn’t think about being a writer at all back then but I did love to read I'm certain there's a link between reading good books an.

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  • Josiah

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditAndrew Clements is one of those authors who can slip by you unnoticed if you let that happen His books never received vocal support in Newbery discussions but were read by lots of kids He had a robust loyal following among grade schoolers and with the release of Extra Credit in 2009 I was intrigued to hear really for the first time Newbery talk about an Andrew Clements book I can see why this book would receive the praise that it's been given The narrative deftly weaves in and out of two sharply distinct cultures from the points of view of American sixth grader Abby Carson and her Afghan counterpart a boy named Sadeed Bayat I was greatly impressed with the aptitude shown by Andrew Clements in skipping bac


  • Susie

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditI've always liked Clements' books but was really impressed with this one Some things I liked about it1It effectively portrays a student who doesn't really care to do her work; it's not that she can't she just doesn't want to I think I have many students who could relate to this I expected the stereotypical never really learned how to read but that wasn't it2 There are caring parents and teachers Sure the dad is a bit gruff at times but that's probably realistic3 Kids can learn about another culture and perhaps appreciate their own a bit They can also learn a


  • Rachel Aranda

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditThis was a very sweet and endearing middle schooler book I like how both Abby and Sadeed changed a little throughout the story One issue I have with books is how characters change drastically from who they are with hardly any effort Nothing and nobody changes without any effort or reason Amira and Mariah act as constants for both Sadeed and Abby so readers notice the change I also liked how Mr Clements showed a realistic way that


  • Arminzerella

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditAbby is in 6th grade and would rather spend her time outside or rock climbing rather than doing her homework Halfway through the school


  • Abby Johnson

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditWhen Abby Carson learns she's in danger of failing the sixth grade her teacher assigns her an extra credit assignment to help with her social studies grade Abby will write to a pen pal in Afghanistan and then present a report to the class When Sadeed writes back to her Abby learns that although they are different they are also the same and she begins to see her life in America through new eyes Andrew Clements is a master of realistic


  • Garrin Reiter

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditIt was fun and exciting It was sad and got weird at some moments but overall it was a good book


  • Steven R. McEvoy

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditThis was the 10th book by Clements that I have read over the last few months Most of his books have a lesson but this one dealing with hostilities between the US and Afghanistan as experienced by students in both countries pushes the boundary for Clements It is an interesting read but not one of my favorites by Clements This is primarily a story about pen pals Abby Carson and Sadeed Bayat Abby is in desperate need of a pen pal because she is about to repeat her grade and an Extra Credit project The project she get's if to have a pen pal and share at least 5 letters and do a bulletin board in the classroom to share the information she learns with her


  • Maximilian Lee

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditI thought this book was BORING because it didn't have any adventure or excitement in it and those are my favorite things in books A basic summary of the book is that Abby is a 6th grader who goes to school in Illinois She was failing 6th grade so she might have to repeat it next year so if she doesn't want to repeat 6th grade next year she has to do EXTRA CREDIT The extra credit is that Abby has to be a pen pal with som


  • Cheryl

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditWell done Highly recommended especially to the target audience of 3rd 6th grade children especially to female reluctant readers grade 5 or 6 Because that's Abby And she's easy to empathize identify with and a good role model too Maybe a little too earnest for the full five stars but a wonderful story nonetheless Very mild spoilerview spoilerI like that it ended in ambiguity sure we'd like for there to be some HEA of some sort but this slice


  • Susy C. *MotherLambReads*

    Book Ï Extra Credit Ì HardcoverDownload É Andrew clements Extra CreditSuch a great kid's book for those kids who like to learn about different countries and how kids are in other parts of the world This book created a lot of dialogue for us as we listened I was impressed how Clements as always can make a setting come alive for young rea