Superstar

Superstar

Book - 2017
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Lester's first days as a fifth grader at Quarry Elementary School are not even a little bit like he thought they would be -- the cafeteria is too loud for Lester's ears, there are too many kids, and then there's the bully. Lester was always home-schooled, and now he's shocked to be stuck in a school where everything just seems wrong. That's until he hears about the science fair, which goes really well for Lester! But then things go a bit sideways, and Lester has to find his way back. A touching peek into the life of a sensitive autism-spectrum boy facing the everydayness of elementary school, Superstar testifies that what you can do isn't nearly as important as who you are.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers,, [2017]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780062377777
0062377779
Branch Call Number: jFICTION Davis
Characteristics: 320 pages ; 21 cm

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Lester's first days as a fifth grader at Quarry Elementary School are not even a little bit like he thought they would be -- the cafeteria is too loud for Lester's ears, there are too many kids, and then there's the bully. Lester was always home-schooled, and now he's shocked to be stuck in a sch... Read More »


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orange_eagle_377
Feb 12, 2018

Ok, sorry, but this book sucks. It's supposed to be like wonder. The main character is a spoiled brat who wants everything his way, I know he has autism but still!!!!! He always try to show off and is insensitive to other people. Very nosy arrogant brat. Terrible debut for this author. For example: He went to the shoe store and saw some shoes he really wanted so he whined and begged and got the shoes even though his mom couldn't afford them. Then he got undeserved popularity for the shoes. And then there was this part where he was so arrogant that he kept bragging he was going to win the science fair. He even said that it's impossible for him to lose, so when he eventually won, he went parading around the class showing off his trophy and the people were being mean to him because he showed off and then he gets all the sympathy when he brought all of it onto himself.

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orange_eagle_377
Mar 26, 2018

orange_eagle_377 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 1 and 2

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Mar 26, 2018

Other: Stupidness

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