Nov 28, 2021

Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent

Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent By {author, [PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson [PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson - Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent, Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent Oscar Schmidt is a klutz and gravity is his nemesis it pulls him down trips him up and helps the neighborhood bullies make his life all around awful But when Oscar finds an abandoned train caboose o

  • Title: Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent
  • Author: Tina L. Peterson
  • ISBN: 9781623702441
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson, Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent, Tina L. Peterson, Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent Oscar Schmidt is a klutz and gravity is his nemesis it pulls him down trips him up and helps the neighborhood bullies make his life all around awful But when Oscar finds an abandoned train caboose one day after school everything changes Inside he discovers a magical potion Dr Oopsie s Amazing Gravity Repellent Along with his best friend Asha Oscar lear

Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent

[PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson [PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson - Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent, Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent Oscar Schmidt is a klutz and gravity is his nemesis it pulls him down trips him up and helps the neighborhood bullies make his life all around awful But when Oscar finds an abandoned train caboose o Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent

  • [PDF] Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent | by ↠ Tina L. Peterson
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Oscar and the Amazing Gravity Repellent

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  1. This is a great book for kids, especially those that feel klutzy or left out or bullied Oscar is that child that trips over his own feet, daydreams and is teased and bullied by the older boys He has one good friend, Asha, and she is wonderful When Oscar tries to take a different way home from school to avoid the bullies, he finds an abandoned train caboose He is unable to get inside so goes back the next day with spray to help loosen the latch He finds lots of interesting items in the caboose as [...]


  2. Reviewed by Hannah Hom for San Diego Book ReviewA clumsy boy named Oscar finds an old, abandoned caboose Inside the caboose, he discovers some bottles of Dr Oopsie s Amazing Gravity Repellent and begins a series of anti gravity adventures Through those adventures, he begins to learn what it means to own up to his actionsYou can read this entirereview and others like it at San Diego Book Review.


  3. A great read for my daughter and me Fell in love with the characters and enjoyed the storyline Creative and imaginative.


  4. Oscar is a klutz He trips over things, knocks things over, and spills things He is the kind of kid that all kids can relate to and even us adults He is bullied by the bigger kids and has one really good friend Asha who doesn t care if he s a klutz.One day, Oscar heads home a different way, because he doesn t want to run into the bullies from school He stumbles on an old caboose with the help of a raccoon He tries to get inside but can t because the door is rusted shut After getting a spray and w [...]


  5. Please see full review at 5girlsbookreviews and or our Facebook page 5 Girls Book Reviews REVIEW BY Arianna, age 12 years, 9 monthsMAY CONTAIN SPOILER Oscar is a little boy who is a klutz He is always hurting himself or messing things up After school one day he finds a caboose full of things like fingers and rats He also finds gravity repellent and goes on amazing adventures My favorite character is Asha because she is smart and thinks everything through She doesn t complain when she breaks her [...]


  6. Book Review originally published here iheartreading reviews I m a klutz, so I could easily relate to Oscar Schmidt he s a klutz too He s also being bullied, but that changes when he finds an abandoned train caboose one day after school Filled with whimsical, fun elements, humor, and adventure, this is a great read for middle graders and the occasional adult, haha.


  7. I won this book on as a give away It took me almost 9 months to read, but it was hard to hold my interest I think it would be appealing to the youth 3rd to 5th grade which is the level it appears geared toward I do think the children might enjoy reading about Oscar and Asha s adventure as well as imagining what they d do with the amazing gravity repellent if they found it themselves on the hidden caboose.


  8. The book was so good I finished it it one day I loved at the end how both Asha and Oscar vowed to go back to the caboose to find amazing stuff I wish I had the gravity repellent I would use it to fly around Disney Asha was my favorite She was a schooly and booky girl like Herminoe from Harry Potter Overall 4 1 2 stars.


  9. This is a great book for kids looking for someone to relate to The plot is unique and easily transfers to other similar experiences that kids may be having The writing is witty and catchy My son really enjoyed the book, wanting it to be much longer and wanting to know what else Oscar was getting into Will really be looking forward to Oscar and of Tina s books


  10. Oscar and the Amazing Gravity is a really cute book about Oscar and third grade student who is extra clumsy He cannot do anything without falling or breaking things He also has has a big bully problem Then He find a Gravity repellent It changes his life for good and bad This is a wonderful book for kids who are just starting out with chapter books.


  11. Asher 10yo read Really cool I really want some of his gravity repellent and all the cool things you can do with it.


  12. Simple and cute story great for 3 4th graders Imaginative, with relatable issues such as bullying, being a klutz, and friendship It did bother me though how much lying they did to their parents.


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