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Jack Gantos's second book about Joey Pigza is just as delightful and soulful as his first. Joey's attempts to keep the fragile peace in his life intact are touching, and his intense longing to just be normal will mirror the feelings of most preteens, whether they have ADD or not. Joey Pigza may sometimes lose control, but he never loses his heart. This is an exceptional sequel. (Ages 10 and older) --Jennifer Hubert
Although Nory Ryan is a fictional character, her story lends a human connection to the Great Potato Famine. Read morePublished 8 months ago by whitepine
This intense and darkly humorous middle-grade novel, the sequel to Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key, is a cautionary tale that could strike a chord with adult readers as well as... Read morePublished 10 months ago by M. V. Lyons
This is my school's book and it is off the hook,!!I love joey pigza by keiona scott give it up 2 J.PPublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
"Joey's Deadbeat Dad Knows Better than his Doctor"
Not only a train wreck of a book but dangerous advice for any parent who thinks they know better than the "other one"... Read more
Want to get your kids reading? The Joey Pigza series will do the trick. I read three out of four of these books with my fifth grade special Ed students, they really enjoyed them.Published 16 months ago by Linda Loudon
This is the second book of the series. Tt is a great book. You should reaad it . It is worth it! one of my favorite booksPublished 17 months ago by jana
This is a really great book it is full of excitement it is a really good book for 5th & 6th graders MORE JOEY PIGZA!!!!Published 18 months ago by Fun time waster
Joey starts to realize he needs help, and his mother does it best! Carter just doesn't get it. He needs even more help!Published 21 months ago by Lis'