I really enjoy that idea. So Sam Kelsy and Judy come over after school that day too see if its real. The class clown, luckily, can define a potential friend from an enemy. The kids at school are also wondering why these four kids that are so different are suddenly friends. Do we even have to ask? Has he been to the Grand Canyon?
I give this book 4 treasure chests! This was a short book, with easy vocab and plot, so I would recommend this book to kids ages 8 to Put it in your lesson plan. This book is about 4 kids named Brenton, Sam, Judy, and Kelsey. Find me on Twitter Join me on Facebook.
Review: The Homework Machine by Dan Gutman
So Sam Kelsy and Judy come over after school that day too see if its real. Sam doesn’t believe him, and after Kelsey and Judy hear them talking, the kids go to Brenton’s house to check out “Belch” aka The Homework Machine. I wouldn’t recommend this book to you.
It worked out because they were getting interviewed while telling the whole story at the same time. Oct 26, Isobel rated it it was ok.
The Homework Machine (The Homework Machine, #1) by Dan Gutman
Sam’s a newcomer and has had his share of school trouble before; Kelsey quietly carries her grief at losing her father; Judy’s righteous sense of indignation constantly irritates others; and Brenton. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Does he know anyone in the US Air Force? Oct 26, Reggie Overton rated it it was amazing. He also never seemed to have friends.
Brenton builds a homework machine and soon the other 3 kids find out about it.
It was the Grand Canyon hole. There are back stories and random explanations, which keep the story interesting. In this review, hoewever, it struck me a ggutman differently.
The Homework Machine
On a positive note: The Homework Machine 2 books. The things that Kelsey does: Notify me of new comments via email. Submit a Guest Review!
Wisecracking Sam makes fun of Brenton but needs his help in playing chess by mail with his dad, who is serving in Iraq. To ask other readers questions about The Homework Machineplease sign up.
By the way, nice report. The only thing I did not like in this book was the fact that a girl in grade 5 getting her bellybutton pierced. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.
Machining services for Aerospace. James Neal Webb thinks adults dread helping with homework as much as children dread doing it. You are commenting using your Google account. I didn’t want to put it down.
I liked how two of the characters were kind of smarty pants and the others kind of just went with the flow.
He delivers bits of everything, and gives his books plenty of humor and good-natured sarcasm. One for ages This was a short book, with easy vocab and plot, so I would recommend this book to kids ages 8 to It didn’t take us long to know who was talking and who they each were. These children create a machine named Belch that does their homework for them, but things spiral out of control and serious consequences are threatening to materialize if they don’t regain power over their risky creation.
He creates a homework machine to do his homwwork for him.