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Ready, Freddy! #5: Talent Show Scardey-Pants [Mass Market Paperback]

Abby Klein , John McKinley

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May 1 2005 Ready, Freddy! (Book 5)
Freddy Thresher needs all the help he can get! It's time for the class talent show, and Freddy has a huge problem--he can't sing, he can't dance, and he can't play an instrument. If he dosen't come up with a great idea fast, everyone will know that he's a loser with no talent. Luckily, Freddy's dad has a few tricks up his sleeve. But will they be enough to make Freddy the star of the show?

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ABBY KLEIN is a first-grade and kindergarten teacher. She and her husband and two children live in Vermont. They have four dogs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Why I Think Ready Freddy Talent Show Scaredy Pants is Worth Reading Dec 16 2010
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I would tell other people to read this book because it is not boring and the story is fun to read. The story is about the main character Freddy, who is worried about the talent show on Grandparents Day that is coming up soon. Freddie thinks that he doesn't have a talent and that he will have nothing to perform for his grandparents. To make it worse, one of the kids on the school bus Max bullies him and calls him a loser. One night at dinner, Freddy's father comes up with an idea to use his sister Susie's magic set. Susie is upset because she didn't want him to use her set. On the bus the kids make fun of Freddy for using a fake rabbit so his friend Robbie tells him that he can use his hamster Cheesy. His mom is afraid of animals so at first it didn't go well at his house! On the day of the talent show his grandmother sees that Max the bully doesn't have any grandparents there and his parents are at work. She tells Freddy to go over and tell him that he can borrow his grandparents. Freddy is embarrassed but he listens to his grandmother. In the end they both perform well and Max tells Freddy that he's not a loser and that he's talented. Freddy also complements Max. This teaches a good lesson about not bullying and that everyone is always good at something when they take the time to figure it out.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Series July 12 2008
By L. Schlesinger - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
My 8 year-old son loves the Ready Freddy series; the stories are fun, the characters are believable, and he enjoys the humor. Terrific series for young boys (and girls) in the late 1st grade through third grade age range.
5.0 out of 5 stars Why I Think Ready Freddy Talent Show Scaredy Pants is Worth Reading Dec 15 2010
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I would tell other people to read this book because it is not boring and the story is fun to read. The story is about the main character Freddy, who is worried about the talent show on Grandparents Day that is coming up soon. Freddie thinks that he doesn't have a talent and that he will have nothing to perform for his grandparents. To make it worse, one of the kids on the school bus Max bullies him and calls him a loser. One night at dinner, Freddy's father comes up with an idea to use his sister Susie's magic set. Susie is upset because she didn't want him to use her set. On the bus the kids make fun of Freddy for using a fake rabbit so his friend Robbie tells him that he can use his hamster Cheesy. His mom is afraid of animals so at first it didn't go well at his house! On the day of the talent show his grandmother sees that Max the bully doesn't have any grandparents there and his parents are at work. She tells Freddy to go over and tell him that he can borrow his grandparents. Freddy is embarrassed but he listens to his grandmother. In the end they both perform well and Max tells Freddy that he's not a loser and that he's talented. Freddy also complements Max. This teaches a good lesson about not bullying and that everyone is always good at something when they take the time to figure it out.
5.0 out of 5 stars Why I Think Ready Freddy Talent Show Scaredy Pants is Worth Reading Dec 15 2010
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I would tell other people to read this book because it is not boring and the story is fun to read. The story is about the main character Freddy, who is worried about the talent show on Grandparents Day that is coming up soon. Freddie thinks that he doesn't have a talent and that he will have nothing to perform for his grandparents. To make it worse, one of the kids on the school bus Max bullies him and calls him a loser. One night at dinner, Freddy's father comes up with an idea to use his sister Susie's magic set. Susie is upset because she didn't want him to use her set. On the bus the kids make fun of Freddy for using a fake rabbit so his friend Robbie tells him that he can use his hamster Cheesy. His mom is afraid of animals so at first it didn't go well at his house! On the day of the talent show his grandmother sees that Max the bully doesn't have any grandparents there and his parents are at work. She tells Freddy to go over and tell him that he can borrow his grandparents. Freddy is embarrassed but he listens to his grandmother. In the end they both perform well and Max tells Freddy that he's not a loser and that he's talented. Freddy also complements Max. This teaches a good lesson about not bullying and that everyone is always good at something when they take the time to figure it out.
5.0 out of 5 stars 8 yr old enjoys.... Oct. 15 2010
By momof three - Published on Amazon.com
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My almost 8 yr old really enjoys Ready Freddy books and this one is no exception. It is a book that both boys and girls will enjoy.

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