Ready, Freddy

Don't Sit on My Lunch
Letto da: Fred Berman
Durata: 46 min
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"I have a problem. A really, really, big problem. I want to try out for the peewee hockey team, but so does Max."

Bullies are a problem in school, and Max Sellars is the worst one yet. In addition to hassling Freddy, Max also challenges him for the open spot on the peewee hockey team. Freddy's close friend Jessie is a star hockey player, and she secretly teaches him some rules and tricks. In a warm and funny ending, Max and Freddy make peace with one another, and - in a surprising twist - end up becoming teammates.

©2004 Abby Klein (P)2007 Scholastic, Inc.

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  • Jenny Chang
  • 21/03/2011

Fred Berman is a great sound artist

Fred Berman is among the best narrators for children's stories. My kids have listened to the six Ready Freddy stories over and over for more than my fingers and toes can count. They probably have memorized all the books already. Fred Berman is a genius in sound art. My kids keep asking me when Fred Berman is going to read more Ready Freddy stories? I hope the new ones are coming out soon. Fred Berman, we love you ;-)

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  • 15/11/2016

Ready Freddy

I liked how that the story is good for young readers to stand up to bullies, and get exited about reading! It is a fun and funny audiobook to listen to, and a good book for reading. 5 ✡stars for "Ready, Freddy"!