Tad has an agenda: Survive seventh grade.
He also wants to: grow a mustache, get girls to notice him, and do a kickflip on his skateboard. . . .
But those are not the main reasons he started a blog. Tad just has a lot of important thoughts he wants to share with the world, like: Here is the first thing I have learned about having a dog in your house: Don't feed them nachos. Not ever.
Perfect for 6th grade level male readers. AR book in USA - suitable for examination purposes.Published 1 month ago by Wu Lo Lan
Planet Tad is a roaringly funny ride through 8th grade. Hilarious read for tweens and adults alike. Don't miss the bus!Published 3 months ago by mamasophie
My 11 year old son loves this book! He reads it over and over and can't wait until the 3rd book comes out.Published 4 months ago by J. Smith
I liked it a lot I thought it was a great story.
There were a lot of great characters .
I love this book!! The characters are funny and lovable!! This book is hilarious, I laughed out loud many times,. Love this book!!Published 5 months ago by birdgirl709
Hi Tim! Based on your Twitter accounts, seems like you read your reviews! :) I'm happy you wrote this tweet: [... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Martin Provost
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As a continuous reader of Mad magazine from issue #1 in 1952, I think this is an extremely funny perspective(blog) of a 7th grade male, written in the tradition of famous Mad... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gene P