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.
Planet Tad is a roaringly funny ride through 8th grade. Hilarious read for tweens and adults alike. Don't miss the bus!Published 19 days 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 26 days 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 2 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 3 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 3 months ago by Gene P
Very funny book, my 11 year old devoured it in one sitting. Tim Carvell's characters are more complex than the usual pre-teen book, and Planet Tad is richer for his efforts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Spookydriver