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A Week in the Woods

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8 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

A field trip gone bad

A Week in the Woods is about a rich boy, named Mark, who moves from San Francisco to New Hampshire. He makes a bad impression on his teachers and makes no friends. Then Leon, the guy who watches him, likes the outdoors so he takes Mark snowshoeing. In his backyard, t...
A Week in the Woods is about a rich boy, named Mark, who moves from San Francisco to New Hampshire. He makes a bad impression on his teachers and makes no friends. Then Leon, the guy who watches him, likes the outdoors so he takes Mark snowshoeing. In his backyard, there is a barn that Mark camps out in. He now loves camping and he knew he acted like an idiot and a jerk to his teachers so he tries to apologize. He makes friends and participates in class but his teachers got mad. Then they go out for a week in the woods and he is fitting in and having fun. Mr. Maxwell, the teacher who hates him the most, is giving him a retrial fro a fresh start. Then Mr. Maxwell checks the cabins and Mark gets caught with friend¿s multitool. He didn¿t know it had a knife until Mr. Maxwell popped up a four-inch blade. It is a school-sponsored event so no weapons are allowed. He is going to be sent home until he runs off. Read the rest if you want to know what happens when a field trip turns into survival and more importantly, what happens to Mark. I recommend A Week in the Woods by Andrew Clements.

posted by Anonymous on September 23, 2008

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1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!

andrew clementss is awful! i wasted my time and $!

posted by 6490551 on April 5, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2007

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    This book was SO boring! Interesting only if your in 1st grade. A kid gets lost in the woods and then he's found...who wants to read about that? Please don't read this book I would'nt want you to suffer.

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