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Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? is a 1984 young adult novel written by Jerry Spinelli. The story starts by having chapters between a girl named Megin and her brother Greg, who are in the 7th and 9th grade, respectively

Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? is a 1984 young adult novel written by Jerry Spinelli. The story starts by having chapters between a girl named Megin and her brother Greg, who are in the 7th and 9th grade, respectively. The book follows their various arguments and misadventures while exploring the thorny issue of sibling rivalry, giving both sibling's very own perspective on their disagreements and thoughts

Jerry Spinelli writes in an extremely humorous style which captures the emotional upheavals of the average middle-schooler so it was surprising to discover that he's a grandfather! In fact, "Who Put that Hair in My Toothbrush?" was first published over twenty years ago an. .

Jerry Spinelli writes in an extremely humorous style which captures the emotional upheavals of the average middle-schooler so it was surprising to discover that he's a grandfather! In fact, "Who Put that Hair in My Toothbrush?" was first published over twenty years ago and it's age shows in spots- record players, leg warmers, Wayne Gretsky as an Edmonton Oiler, ect. However, it still captures the subject of sibling rivalry fairly well- although Spinelli at times paints the picture a little broadly and the characters little too unlikeable (Megin in particular can come across.

Jerry Spinelli, a Newbery Medalist, has raised six children, so he has plenty of firsthand information about kids like Megin and Greg. This energetic audiobook is a riotous trip through the early teenage years, especially with its dual narration by two of the most spirited readers of children's literature. If you enjoy this book, listen to Jerry Spinelli's Crash, an ALSC Notable Recording. Kieli: Englanti Kategoria: Nuoret Kääntäjä: Lisätietoa äänikirjasta: Julkaisija: Recorded Books, Inc. Julkaisuvuosi: 2014-06-20 Pituus: 6T 6M ISBN: 9781490638980.

He's from norristown, pa, which is in the same county as my parents. When he won the new berry award for maniac Magee, I'm pretty sure my mom used her library connections, and we met him and got him to sign something.

infobox Book name Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? title orig translator image caption 2000 cover . 1984, by Jerry Spinelli): "I even thought of Leo Borlock.

1984, by Jerry Spinelli): "I even thought of Leo Borlock. A lot of kids - mostly girls, actually - go to him for advice" (Spinelli 21). It could be the same Leo from Stargirl, which would make sense to due to him not appearing in the sequel.

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Comments: (7)

Survivors
Pretty good. It got boring at some points. When something big happened it was interesting. Points of view switched. ????????
Mori
good
Boyn
This book was very entertaining and kept me reading all day! Jerry is a great author and I think everyone should read the book
Phenade
Favourite as a teen!
Xig
Great book for middle school readers. My daughter actually didn't want the book to end! Should be required reading for teenage siblings.
santa
If it is a kids book than why does it have swear words in it? Other than that it was a great book.
Malien
Growing up in a family with five kids, I am very familiar with the topic of sibling rivalry- the constant squabbles, the nasty name-calling, and the occasional all-out brawl. However, the occasional fights between my siblings seem minor when compared to the non-stop warfare between the brother and sister characters in Jerry Spinelli's "Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush?"

"Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush?" details the lives of two suburban Pennsylvannian middle-schoolers: ninth grader, Greg Tofer, and his seventh grader sister, Megin. Spinelli gives each character a viewpoint with alternating chapters to allow Greg and Megin to discuss their lives. Greg's life revolves mainly around girls- his desire to impress his crush, Jennifer Wade, with a body toned and tanned by a summer of weightlifting and healthy eating, and his relationship with a much more available girl, Sara Bellamy. Greg also details his friendships with immature loudmouth, Valducci, and fourteen years old going on thirty, Poff. On the other hand, Megin's chapters present her as a hardnosed tomboy- whose life revolves around hockey, donuts, and a friendship with a lonely old woman. Megin has friends her age too- flighty chattermouth, Sue Ann, and the "exotic" Californian, Zoe.

However, the majority of the book deals with how much Greg and Megin literally hate one another. They battle over EVERYTHING and there is not one tactic they won't resort to in order to embarrass and annoy the other such as sticking a hair in a toothbrush. They won't even acknowledge each other's names- to Gregg, Megin is "Megamouth" and he's "Grosso" to her. They even use their four year old brother, Toddie, as an instrument in their warfare with each vying for the affections of the little boy. Oh, they also resort to violence against one another on occasion. Their good-hearted, jolly father and tired mother try to reconcile the two, but it seems hopeless because as Megin puts it the two of them are like a cobra and a mongoose- "natural enemies." However, events will prove that Greg and Megin do need each other.

Jerry Spinelli writes in an extremely humorous style which captures the emotional upheavals of the average middle-schooler so it was surprising to discover that he's a grandfather! In fact, "Who Put that Hair in My Toothbrush?" was first published over twenty years ago and it's age shows in spots- record players, leg warmers, Wayne Gretsky as an Edmonton Oiler, ect. However, it still captures the subject of sibling rivalry fairly well- although Spinelli at times paints the picture a little broadly and the characters little too unlikeable (Megin in particular can come across as an appallingly spoiled brat!) Overall, though, this is fairly amusing story and will keep one entertained.
I have really enjoyed reading this book and I would definitely recommend this book to any Jerry Spinelli fan. It's not his absolute best work though. The central characters, Greg, (a.k.a. Grosso) and his little sister Megan (also known as Megamouth or Dimpus) are always bickering. Megan's a slob; Greg's a neat freak. This simple difference is the source of trouble in the story. The fighting between these two is nonstop; will it remain unresolved?

I love the way the book is written- how each chapter alternates between perspectives, Greg to Megan, Megan to Greg. Each chapter leaves you hanging, wanting more as you see the same events through different eyes. The fighting and bickering will seem familiar and realistic to anyone with a sibling.

Jerry Spinelli writes his books like a delicate art. Each chapter in any of his books leaves you with emotion from the book, as if holding on to you. Every book he writes is pure poetry and art. He is definitely my favorite author.

As the story opens, Greg has been working out all summer to impress a girl named Jennifer.

When he gets back to school he finds the girl he has devoted his entire summer to, sacrificed every dessert for, has moved ten miles away.

When Megan get's back from school she's in for a little surprise too. There's a new girl from California. She's extremely flashy wich makes Megan's best friend Sue Anne really want to meet her.

But Megan isn't as inclined to do that. Both Megan and Greg start their school year on a bad foot, fueling their bickering and fighting.

Every day coming home from school Megan goes to her "job" at a doughnut place. She gets paid in doughnuts.

One day coming home from her job Megan hears a voice telling her to pass her one. The voice is that of an elderly woman in a retirement home. The woman,- Emily becomes Megan's best friend. Every day Megan would bring Emily her favorite doughnut of all: French Crullers.

Meanwhile, Greg is determined to meet Jennifer one last time. You might say his quest was in vain and you might not. He is beginning to really like a friend of Jennifer's. Both Megan and Greg love hockey. Then one day on the rink Megan confronts the California girl. You'll never guess the end their conflict.

I think this book is one of my favorite books for it's ability to put you on the edge of your seat and for how real and sincere the story is.
Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? download epub
Author: Jerry Spinelli
ISBN: 0440994853
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Language: English
Publisher: Laurel Leaf (March 1, 1986)