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by Andrew Clements


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Home Andrew Clements A Week in the Woods. A week in the woods, . Just as Mark found his book, Jason whispered, Hey, Mark, check this out. Looking around carefully, he reached toward Mark with something in his hand. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13. After all the explanations Mr. Maxwell said, There’s a one-hour time limit, and you’ve all got a lot of things to find. Mark put out his hand, and as he took it, Jason whispered, Turn toward me so no one sees it.

Andrew Clements is the author of the enormously popular Frindle. More than 10 million copies of his books have been sold, and he has been nominated for a multitude of state awards, including two Christopher Awards and an Edgar Award. He did wish the author had maybe one more chapter on the kids actual week in the woods and not just the first couple days, but the events near the end were really suspenseful and enjoyable. Overall a great read for like nine or ten and older.

A Week in the Woods book. But it came out being five! Throughout the book, Clements described in true detail Mark's thoughts and his surroundings. Though I usually find myself bored with a lot of description and thoughts and less dialogue, there was a balance. With this story it made sense, and it kept my attention well.

Mark didn't ask to move to New Hampshire. But things go all wrong for Mark. The Week in the Woods is not what anyone planned. You can find a copy at these fine book sellers

Mark didn't ask to move to New Hampshire. Or to go to a hick school like Hardy Elementary. Especially not Mr. Maxwell.

Andrew Clements in his book "A Week in the Woods" writes not just about a fifth-grade field trip, but a journey about biases, first-impressions, learning our own . Andrew Clements is the author of the enormously popular Frindle

Andrew Clements in his book "A Week in the Woods" writes not just about a fifth-grade field trip, but a journey about biases, first-impressions, learning our own limits and conquering our weaknesses. Andrew Clements is the author of the enormously popular Frindle. He is also the author of the Benjamin Pratt & the Keepers of the School series.

Maxwell about fifteen minutes to locate Mrs. Stearns. After checking over at the girl’s cabins, he walked back and found her at the main lodge. Taking her aside, he explained what he had to do. And. I’m going to have to leave you in charge for a couple of hours, all right?. My goodness, she said, shaking her head. You’d think that boy would have more sense than to do something so stupid. But sooner or later everybody’s got to learn that ‘no’ means ‘no,’ even when your daddy’s got half a billion dollars. I’ll keep things on track here, Bill, but please hurry back.

A Week in the Woods is a children's book by Andrew Clements. Part of his School series, it was released by Simon & Schuster in 2002. Mr. Maxwell, a fifth grade science teacher, is in charge of the school‟s "Week in the Woods" program. He is an Eagle Scout and an avid outdoors man. He has organized and carried out this program for sixteen years

Collision course The fifth-grade Week in the Woods is a beloved tradition of Hardy Elementary, where Mark Chelmsley (the Fourth) is pretty much killing time before his parents send him off to an exclusive prep school. But then Mark realizes the Week might be a chance to prove to Mr. Maxwell that he's not just another of the slacker rich kids the teacher can't stand. But it may be too late for Mark to change Mr. Maxwell's opinion of him. On the first day of the Week, the tension between teacher and student explodes, and in a reckless moment, Mark puts not only himself, but also Mr. Maxwell, in grave danger. Can two such strong adversaries work together to save their lives?

Comments: (7)

Manarius
This book was part of my son's 5th grade Lit Circle assigned reading. (this review is based on my son's reading comprehension of the book) This book is about a troubled, rich kid named Mark who is raised mainly by hired help. He goes on a camping trip - a week in the woods with his 5th grade classmates. While on the trip he takes the blame for a fellow friend who brought a pocket knife on the trip and got caught with it. Mr. Maxwell, the science teacher reprimands Mark which leads to him (Mark) running away from the camping trip. After he runs away Mr. Maxwell goes after him but gets hurt in the process but eventually is able to find Mark.

My son enjoyed reading this book with his class and helped write this review :)
Anarahuginn
My 10 year old granddaughter loved this book, in fact she suggested reading it together. It fit so nicely with her 5th grade class camping week at a local state park. As her grandmother I thought the way Mark coped with his feelings of moving to a new school, not seeing his parents enough and having a teacher who misunderstood him was a great example for kids to be patient and to examine how their own behaviors can generate a negative reaction in others. I loved how the main character, Mark, challenged himself to try new things and struggled to see things from more than his own perspective. Plus, for me his exploration of an old barn, brought back many fond memories of exploring my grandparents old barn years ago.
Not-the-Same
Mr. Clements is a great writer and this is the third book my son has read from him. He is already looking to get another one now! He did wish the author had maybe one more chapter on the kids actual week in the woods and not just the first couple days, but the events near the end were really suspenseful and enjoyable. Overall a great read for like nine or ten and older.
Jonide
Bought it bc the dog legit chewed up our son's library copy... But hey he loved the book!
hardy
Love the book!!
Vivaral
AC clearly draws more from real-life experience in this book than any other he has written. This is most clearly demonstrated via the vim and vigor with which he describes young Mark's one-on-one experience with outward bound camping. --Amelia
Mikarr
My daughter had to read this book for school and she did NOT like
It at all! It was so hard to make her finish it. I wish we had picked a different one off the school list!'
This is one of Clements BEST books yet!!! I have read and re-read most of his books, and I instantly bought "A Week in the Woods" when I saw it.
It is worth the $6.00!!!
I would recommend it for kids 8-12, and to really understand it, it would help if you were "outdoorsy".
A Week in the Woods download epub
Author: Andrew Clements
ISBN: 0439493005
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: SCHOLASTIC; First Scholastic edition (2003)