School's Out

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"Lucas Cott has a busy summer....He's not pleased to learn that a French `oh pear' will be coming to baby-sit....Hurwitz's perceptive observation of commonplace incidents transforms them into entertaining, richly insightful vignettes....Totally satisfying."—Kirkus Reviews. "Another cheerful choice from an author who knows just how to capture the spunk and sparkle of grade school kids."—Booklist.

Lucas thinks his summer vacation is ruined when Mom hires a French au pair to watch over Lucas and his ...

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Overview

"Lucas Cott has a busy summer....He's not pleased to learn that a French `oh pear' will be coming to baby-sit....Hurwitz's perceptive observation of commonplace incidents transforms them into entertaining, richly insightful vignettes....Totally satisfying."—Kirkus Reviews. "Another cheerful choice from an author who knows just how to capture the spunk and sparkle of grade school kids."—Booklist.

Lucas thinks his summer vacation is ruined when Mom hires a French au pair to watch over Lucas and his two-year-old twin brothers.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Hurwitz ( Class Clown ; Class President ) presents the irrepressible Lucas Cott in a new venue. Here, his high spirits are played out not at school but at home, with a French au pair who is spending the summer with the Cotts as his foil. The pranks and mischief Lucas undertakes, in the mistaken belief that Genevieve is as naive as she seems, are vintage Hurwitz: bright, funny and fast-paced. His gradual acceptance of Genevieve in particular; of other things that seem weird or ``different;'' and, even more broadly, of his own responsibiities within the family provide a solid emotional underpinning to this engaging chapter book. Hamanaka's ( The Journey) drawings add to the story's lively spirit. Ages 7-up. (Apr.)
Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
Lucas Cott is worried that his summer will be ruined when he learns that his mother has hired a French baby-sitter to take care of him and his two-year-old twin brothers. It contains amusing and insightful observations of this grade schooler's everyday life. Garden State Children's Book Award.
School Library Journal
Gr 2-4-- Lucas Cott is back but he's lost some of his bubble. Hurwitz picks up where Class Clown (Morrow, 1987) leaves off--his last day of third grade. Lucas is a likable little prankster, and his story is told through an accessible, easy vocabulary. His summer is filled with homey activities and a little excitement when his mother hires an 18-year-old French girl to take care of Lucas and his two-year-old brothers. Although Lucas has a few successes at outsmarting Genevieve, she ``has his number.'' By summer's end, he has begun to think of her as part of the family. Several themes are nicely handled: the idea that one must work to regain a parent's trust after misbehaving, the positive qualities of being a good older brother, and that daring enemies to do something can backfire, as can playing tricks on someone. The full-page black-and-white drawings, one per chapter, will encourage those just beginning chapter books, but they are quite static. This light summer fare is acceptable, if somewhat dull and predictable, and the dialogue doesn't ring as true as in the previous books. The many titles by Cleary, Blume, Lowry, and Gilson are funnier. --Susannah Price, Boise Public Library, ID
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780590450539
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/28/1992
  • Series: Little Apple Paperback Series
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 128
  • Age range: 7 - 10 Years
  • Lexile: 620L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.15 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2001

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    I think School's Out is a good book for kids who have little brothers or sisters. The book is funny and it is easy to understand. I like the book because the main character is just like me.

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