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 this book was good. I liked how it changed the perspective every chapter.
Review: All of the Above Solid middle school. A group of inner-city students come together to build a tetrahedron. Each chapter is told from a different view point, and some of the stories are depressing- the reality faced by many of the urban poor. I liked it.
Review: All of the Above Inspirational. Makes me think I can learn math!
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 I would rate this book a three out of five stars. This book was very predictable. You could easily tell what was going to happen next. "All of the Above" by Shelley Pearsall was about four inner city ...