by Todd Strasser
Everyone's been drinking. All in all, I wouldn't recommend this book, especially if you've never read a Todd Strasser book before.
Everyone's been drinking . Don't let this novel cloud your judgment of such an amazing author. Apr 10, 2017 Stella Thress rated it really liked it. This book is about a group of people are at a party and there drinking but Matt gets in a accident and isn't seen, everyone wonders what happened. Ski wonders if it's her fault that made him get in a accident. This book is a good mystery book.
Todd Strasser was born in New York City. While still a child, Strasser and his parents moved to Roslyn Heights, New York on Long Island. Strasser attended the . Willets Elementary school and then the Wheatley School for junior high and high school. Strasser went to college at New York University for a few years, before dropping out. He lived on a commune, and then in Europe, where he was a street musician. While he was in Europe, Strasser wrote songs and poems in letters to his friends. He decided to try writing.
This novel dramatizes an incident that took place in a California school in 1969. A teacher creates an experimental movement in his class to help students understand how people could have followed Hitler. The results are astounding. The highly disciplined group, modeled on the principles of the Hilter Youth, has its own salute, chants, and special ways of acting as a unit and sweeps beyond the class and throughout the school, evolving into a society willing to give up freedom for regimentation and blind obedience to their leader.
Todd Strasser wrote it. For the most part, I thought the book was very good. the accident" is a book you may never forget. it teaches you not to drink and drive or you may suffer the consequenses. 2 people found this helpful. I like books that are suspenseful and this one kept me on the edge the whole time.
Todd Strasser (born May 5, 1950) is an American writer of more than 140 young-adult and middle grade novels and many short stories and works of non-fiction, some written under the pen names Morton Rhue and . Rue. Strasser was born in New York City. He studied literature and creative writing at New York University and Beloit College. He earned his living as a reporter for the Middletown Times Herald-Record newspaper, and as a copywriter for Compton Advertising in New York City
Everyone's been drinking. When Bobby invites Matt to drive to a ski house, Matt refuses
Everyone's been drinking. Everyone's been drinking. When Bobby invites Matt to drive to a ski house, Matt refuses. A fatal accident ensues and Chris, who has a reputation for drinking and dealing drugs, is immediately blamed. His depiction of the teens and the accident is realistic and unsensational.
Supermodel Lanny Shanks is coming to town for a photo shoot. When seventeen-year-old Ishmael wakes up from stasis aboard the Pequod, he is amazed by how different this planet is from the dirty, dying, Shroud-covered Earth he left behind. But Ishmael isn't on Cretacea to marvel at the fresh air, sunshine, and endless blue ocean.
Todd Strasser writes his books largely out of his own experience or remembered feeling, and . I'm Trapped in My Teacher's Body is about a boy who by accident trades bodies with his goofy science teacher, Mr. Dirksen
Todd Strasser writes his books largely out of his own experience or remembered feeling, and always with his readers in mind. Then, after I speak, he says, I listen to the audience. Dirksen. My goal with these books is to let kids see that reading can be fun and maybe even make them laugh out loud.