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A Year in the Life of a Total and Complete Genius (Arthur Bean #1) Arthur Bean, soon to be a rich and famous author, has set two goals for himself to win the school writing contest and to win the heart of his secret crush, Kennedy But his life has had some major twists and turns lately, and the recent loss of his mother definitely complicates things Arthur is in turns outrageous, defiant, and unintentionally hilarious as we peek over his shoulder at his reading journals, notes from his long suffering teachers, his offbeat articles for the school newspaper even the emails he sends to writing partner Kennedy A Year in the Life of a Total and Complete Genius is a fresh and funny story about a boy whose bad luck can t dampen his spirit or his love of writing. Read A Year in the Life of a Total and Complete Genius (Arthur Bean #1) By Stacey Matson – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

    10 thoughts on “Books shelved as PDF Stacey Matson ↠ A Year in the Life of a Total and Complete Genius (Arthur Bean #1)☆ m m urban fantasy ✓ Book Download – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

  1. This story is written through letters, emails and journal entries It is humourous, appealing for grades 7 and 8s, and has a deeper story of friendship and loss beneath the surface I enjoyed it very much.

  2. Funniest book EVER

  3. What an AWESOME book I have never read a book that managed to tell a story entirely in journal entries and emails and letters Not only that, but I really enjoyed reading the story and getting to know the characters I think the plot of the story was very cool, and there were quite a lot of twists If there was ever a sequel to this book, I would buy it in a heartbeat The one problem I had with this book was a character named Kennedy She was a kind, sweet character but she overused the caps What an AWESOME book I have never read a book that managed to tell a story entirely in journal entries and emails and letters Not only that, but I really enjoyed reading the story and getting to know the characters I think the plot of the story was very cool, and there were quite a lot of twists If there was ever a sequel to this book, I would buy it in a heartbeat The one problem I had with this book was a character named Kennedy She was a kind, sweet character but she overused the caps lock button and the word LOL when she emailed with the main character Arthur I can tell that her overuse of the word LOL was part of her character, but the book didn t really explain that, the LOL s were just, there It was rather distracting and normally, there were at LEAST 2 LOL s and 2 caps locked words per email, even if the email was rather small she only used no LOL s and caps locks was when they were discussing things that were sad.So basically, in a nutshell, this was a fu...

  4. This is a great book for middle schoolers who are reluctant readers The book follows a 7th grade boy throughout his whole school year His mom died the summer before school starts He learns to cope with this al...

  5. Read Arthur Beans reading journal RJ , texts, and assignmentsfollow his writing for the school paper and his rehearsals as Romeo, his knitting projects, his daily confrontations with bully Robbie Zack, and he thoughts and feelings about his mother s death For fans of The Fourth Stall.

  6. YA writers often fall into a trap when writing in first person POV when the main character is a contemporary teenager They rely on stereotypes to create what, in their minds, is a typical modern teenage voice Stacey Matson did not fall into that trap She manages to create the unique and realistic voice of not only her lead character Arthur Bean, seventh grade boy but also his unrequited love interest Kennedy and his chief rival Robbie The voices of the adults, mostly teachers, also co YA writers often fall into a trap when writing in first person POV when the main character is a contemporary teenager They rely on stereotypes to create what, in their minds, is a typical modern teenage voice Stacey Matson did not fall into that trap She manages to create the unique and realistic voice of not only her lead character Arthur Bean, seventh grade boy but also his unrequited love interest Kennedy and his chief rival Robbie The voices of the adults, mostly teachers, also come through crystal clear, each having a unique way of interacting with the kids in the story Arthur Bean dreams of being famous Having lost his mother the previous year, Arthur sets out to fulfill the promise he made to her that he would one day be famous Opportunities arrive throughout the year, including a writing contest and a school production of Romeo and Juliet Arthur tries to balance his home life with a depressed and disengaged father, his school life with the constant pressure of completing homework and...

  7. Sooo BORING I had to read this book, but if I didn t it would have been abandon within 30 pages.

  8. Fun and heart tugging read I loved the humor and the epistolary style I wished that the character arc felt a little less rushed andheartfelt.

  9. More of a 3.5 really Lots of fun and interestingly told.

  10. Quite the romp See for details.