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Judy Moody Goes to College

Judy Moody Goes to College

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Amy Rubinate


Judy Moody Goes to College

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Amy Rubinate

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (13 valutazioni)
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1 ora
Pubblicato:
Aug 2, 2016
ISBN:
9781522655923
Formato:
Audiolibro

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It's her funniest adventure yet! A few sessions with a college-age math tutor turn Judy into a jargon-spouting polygon princess. Crucial!

Judy Moody is in a mood. Not a good mood. And definitely NOT a math mood. The substitute teacher in Class 3T thinks Judy's math skills need improving. So Judy has to start meeting with a math tutor. Does this mean flash cards? Does this mean baby games? Does this mean school on weekends? But when Judy meets her tutor-a sick-awesome college student with an uber-funky sense of style -- and gets a glimpse of college life, Judy's bad math-i-tude turns into a radical glad-i-tude. Pretty soon, Judy's not only acing her math class; she's owning it. Time to say good-bye to Judy Moody, old skool third-grader, and say hello to Miss College! Small-tall upside-down backward non-fat capp with extra whip, anyone?

Pubblicato:
Aug 2, 2016
ISBN:
9781522655923
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    Judy Moody continues her journey through the third grade, but this time, she has to go to college. Judy Moody's mean substitute teacher decides that she needs some extra help in math, so Judy Moody's parents find her a tutor. This puts Judy Moody in a mood, until she meets her tutor and realizes that she gets to spend some time in college! She learns how much better the cafeteria is in college, how people get to study in coffee shops, and how much fun math can be! Her peers in her class don't like how much Judy Moody talks about college, however. Her friends start to get annoyed with her, and eventually, they want to get bad grades in math so that they can go to college with her. Judy Moody learns that when it is her time, she will be a real college student, but until then, she is happy in the third grade, but still happy with her newly made college friend.
  • (5/5)
    Judy Moody has a problem with math so she is sent to meet with a tutor to get a better understanding of the subject. Judy's tutor is in college so she gets to experience college life and this changes Judy's overall personality and she is not liked by some of her friends in the end becuase they think she has turned into a snob. This would be a great connector book for the classroom.
  • (3/5)
    Judy goes to college to get help from a tutor with math. When she goes back to her school, she tries to act like her college tutor. Most of her peers thinks she is crazy and snobbish.
  • (4/5)
    When Judy Moody starts having trouble with math, she is sent to a tutor, who turns out to be an awesome college student. Judy's mood quickly changes from bad to glad as she not only learns math in interesting ways, but gets a taste of the college life with trips to the coffee house, a dorm room, a peace rally, and art class. She begins to adopt college slang, with occasional misunderstandings. She even starts teaching her brother and friends yoga... not yogurt. Some trouble arise, though, when Judy takes to bragging about her college experiences to her friends. The audio recording is mostly pleasant to listen to, except for younger brother Stink's voice, which is grating. Also, the reading of the end of book glossary seems rather pointless. Overall, this is a positive look at learning in a humorous story.
  • (5/5)
    this book shows how judy moody changes after she does bad on a math test and goes on a college campus for a college tutor.
  • (4/5)
    Fun, fast-paced early chapter book about a third-grade girl who gets math tutoring from a college student. It's pretty accurate about what college is like (at least, all the parts of it you could get away with in a book for this age group), something a lot of kids might be curious about. Adorable illustrations. The heavy slang use might result in this one aging badly, though they somewhat get around this with a melange of 90s and 00s slang and some phrases that are unique to the protagonist.Best line: Judy has to bring a note home to her parents about her poor performance in math, so she tears off the worst part. When they ask her about it, she explains "I rounded down."
  • (4/5)
    Judy Moody does not enjoy Maths and is not happy that she is going to be tutored. When she realises that her tutor is at College this changes her outlook and she quickly learns the college jargon and starts to enjoy Maths. Written with a lot of humour.
  • (4/5)
    When her substitute teacher realizes she is struggling in math, Judy is sent to a math tutor at the local college and soon is completely into the spirit of college life.
  • (5/5)
    Judy Moody Goes to College is a good transition book. All of the Judy Moody books have different events too like: Judy Moody was in a mood, gets famous, saves the world, predicts the future, and Declares Independence. All have a different meaning that are interesting to children. I believe that this book is on a second or third grade level. Children love to read about imagination activities, and be able to pretend. This book is great for imaginations and real world activities.
  • (3/5)
    Light and humorous reading. Judy becomes enamored of college life and its freedoms (compared to 3rd grade) when she is tutored in math by Chloe, an uber-cool college student. Judy makes the most of her "college experience," even becoming part of college's art show.
  • (5/5)
    I really really like this Audiobook every time i go onto scribd and i cant find anything i just listen to this one its a great Audiobook and i think it is really really funny SPOILER ALERT AHEAD i think the part is really funny when she gets the answer (hazy) from her ask a question watch 5000 and answers it in math class and Ms Grossman gets really mad so her mom and dad take her to collage for tutaring and she meets Chloe and thinks it is going to be really fun but then she thinks that Chloe is going to give her baby math but then she gets to play the game of life with her at the collage coffee shop and gets to count VW beatles in the parking lot and make a graph but then the funny part about that is that later when Mr Todd comes back to virgina dare school all that math stuck in Judys head and Mr Todd gives them a test to see where there at in math and Judy gets an A but the reat of her class flunked.
  • (4/5)
    This time around, Judy learns the FABULOUSNESS of being a college student, but that no one likes a know-it-all either. It was fun watching Judy really get into her studies and the creative ways her tutor helped her grasp the concepts was A in my book. After all, what better way to get someone into learning than making it fun?


    **copy received for review