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 It was a good inner-city book that showed if you really put your mind to it, it can be achieved.
Review: All of the Above it was a good book for peopole that like realistik fiction and i thank it was good
Review: All of the Above very good writing but didn't really appeal to me as a reader *had to read it for school
Review: All of the Above Pearsall does a great job using different narrators to show how people with different interests and backgrounds can come together when working towards a common goal.
Review: All of the Above It is about math and it was okay but it was a fun book toread