ALL OF THE ABOVE Cynical inner-city seventh graders are challenged by an odd idea from a math teacher. Frustrated that his students do not seem the least bit interested in learning, Mr. Collins proposes a contest to build the world's largest tetrahedron. Several students show up for the first meeting, a few because they want to do something new. One picks math club over failing the class and another does not have
Review: All of the Above Inspirational. Makes me think I can learn math!
Review: All of the Above It was a great book but the first half was very slow. I would not have picked this up on my own (my teacher read it as a read allowed).
Review: All of the Above I think was ok but their were some parts I did not like because sometimes the book was fast and slow. I like the author but not the pictures but I like the recipes for the barbecue sauce. When we went to Lakewood Public Library and she said the recipes are real and we can make them
Review: All of the Above "All of the Above" by Shelley Pearsall is about a group of children from the dilapidated city of Cleveland trying to set a world record. The main characters, Sharice, Rhondell, James Harris III ...
Review: All of the Above "All of the Above" by Shelley Pearsall is based on a true story of a middle school breaking a world record-the largest tetrahedron. The book focuses on 4 different teens bonding together to build this ...