By Lenore Look
Here's the 3rd e-book within the hilarious Alvin Ho bankruptcy ebook sequence, that is a Kirkus reports top carrying on with Series.
Alvin Ho is a boy who's petrified of every little thing. for instance, what might be so frightening a couple of party? enable Alvin explain:
You can be dressed for bowling . . . yet every body else is dressed for swimming.
You may get fallacious for the piñata.
You might consume an excessive amount of cake.
You may possibly throw up.
So while Alvin gets a call for participation to a party--a girl's party--how will he ever survive?
Lenore Look's touching, drop-dead-funny booklet approximately an Asian American moment grader--with images via manhattan occasions bestselling illustrator LeUyen Pham--has lots of boy attraction and is superb for reluctant readers. the former books within the sequence, Alvin Ho: Allergic to women, tuition, and different frightening issues and Alvin Ho: Allergic to camping out, climbing, and different normal failures, have got rave stories. "Alvin's a winner," broadcasts the recent York publish, and Newsday says, "The novel . . . stocks with Diary of a Wimpy child the humor that stems from the hero's Herculean efforts to control the realm round him in his want, with out the entire evidence at his disposal." ideal for starting and reluctant readers alike, Alvin Ho completely captures the pains and tribulations of boyhood.
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Allergic to Science Projects, Birthday Parties, and Other Man-made Catastrophes (Alvin Ho Series, Book 3) by Lenore Look