The Report Card

The Report Card

Book - 2004
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Fifth-grader Nora Rowley has always hidden the fact that she is a genius from everyone because all she wants is to be normal, but when she comes up with a plan to prove that grades are not important, things begin to get out of control.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon & Schuster Children's Pub., c2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780689845154
0689845154
Branch Call Number: J FIC Cleme 7783tv 1
Characteristics: 173 p.

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DChangy
Oct 07, 2015

i really like this book but it wasnt as fun as i thought it would be

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TDSRC2014_MA
Aug 18, 2014

This book is about a girl who is very smart but no one knows about it! She thinks that kids and parents care too much about grades, so she starts to get zeroes on purpose to show people that they are wrong. My favourite character is Nora and my favourite part is when Nora does an IQ test for sixteen and a half year olds. This was a very good book. I recommend it and I also recommend other books by Andrew Clements.

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fastkick
Jun 05, 2014

This is an amazing and funny book!

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carrina2004
Jun 05, 2014

cool funny great book

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husna
Nov 03, 2013

this is a good book

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rosegold11
Nov 02, 2013

i remember reading this when i was in like fourth or fifth grade it was ok it had a very different style

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kesha1123
Jun 17, 2013

Smart! This is one of my favorite Andrew Clements' novels. I love the idea of addressing the genuine problems in modern education through the eyes of a genius fifth grader. An alternative title for this read could be Testing Overload.

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dovercourt
Apr 14, 2013

very good. different style to, not like normal books.can teach kids a lot and good vocab 2

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phogel
Jul 30, 2012

This book is very interesting and kept me reading non-stop. I liked the main character because she is smart and sneaky. I have also read the book "No talking" and personally I enjoyed "The report card" better! I would give this book 4 stars!

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tentenli
Jul 22, 2011

This is a great book!! :)

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carrina2004
Jun 05, 2014

carrina2004 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 13

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dovercourt
Apr 14, 2013

dovercourt thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 13

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navy_hamster_21 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

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Feb 23, 2010

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carrina2004
Jun 05, 2014

nora is a very smart person and she want to keep it as a secret so no one knows

lms May 09, 2008

"Fifth-grader Nora Rowley has a problem with grades, her latest report card, with five D's and one C, proves it. What nobody knows because she kept it a secret that she is really a genius and has earned those low marks on purpose because of her friend Stephen who doesn't like the way tests make him feel about himself (dumb)." (Novelist Review)

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