Never Swim in Applesauce

Katherine Applegate Brian Biggs

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Never Swim in Applesauce

Never Swim in Applesauce By Katherine Applegate Brian Biggs Never Swim in Applesauce Class trip Roscoe wants to be on his best behavior for a class trip to the apple orchard But no matter how hard he tries he still ends up in a very sticky situation

  • Title: Never Swim in Applesauce
  • Author: Katherine Applegate Brian Biggs
  • ISBN: 9780061148873
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • Never Swim in Applesauce By Katherine Applegate Brian Biggs Class trip Roscoe wants to be on his best behavior for a class trip to the apple orchard But no matter how hard he tries, he still ends up in a very sticky situation
    Never Swim in Applesauce By Katherine Applegate Brian Biggs

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    1. Erin Reilly-Sanders on said:

      I thought I d check out this series for its humor potential and it was okay It was cute and funny but the audio reader seemed to make it a little too cutsey for me to stand It s pretty appropriate for it s target audience five and six year olds but seems to have a pretty narrow interest level Roscoe is a first grader and would likely not appeal to older children While it does contain information and a moral lesson, the focus is really on the humor and adventure.

    2. Yossi Gremillion on said:

      Must ReadHighly recommended for readers who are graduating from Gutmsn a My Weird School series Which is strange to say since Gutman s characters are older Applegates writing is much sophisticated.

    3. Christian on said:

      Hey it s me Roscoe and I m in time out again but this time it s for a good cost At school my teacher Mrs Diz made an announcement and said that on Friday we are going to an apple orchard Everyone was so excited What Roscoe got home is little sister Hazel had a fortune and Roscoe want to borrow it Hazel said no he begged and begged finally Hazel let Roscoe borrow the ball until The end of Friday On Friday they left to the apple orchard and when they got there a tour guide show them how to pick ap [...]

    4. zapkode on said:

      My Thoughts Another tale from Roscoe Riley via the time out chair.In this book his class went on a trip to an apple orchard Roscoe really wanted to be a good boy on the trip He d borrowed his little sisters fortune telling ball so that he would know that it was suppose to be a good trip The ball claimed he was going to have a great time He was hoping the ball was right.However, him and Wyatt end up doing some things that aren t good and they both end up in trouble The first thing they do is comp [...]

    5. lovescats on said:

      very fun to read,roscoe asks his sister to borrow her favroite ball they call it magic telling ball.he takes it to his feild trip and wyatt fights roscoe for it and it falls in applesauce and they have to jump in and save it and when they got it they got in lots of trouble the magic telling ball could no longer work so every time roscoe trys to borrow it his dad says try agin later because thats what the ball says when you shake it it don t answer any thing else so he is in time out again

    6. Barb Keister on said:

      Looking forward to introducing this series to my second graders Seems like there are so many fun series with girl main characters so think the boys will be happy to learn about this one This one is the fourth book in the Roscoe Riley series Each book begins with Roscoe in the time out chair as he tells the story of how he ended up there once again.

    7. Mel on said:

      I got this for my siblings when we were younger and eventually ended up reading it myself There s something about children s books that s just really nice The voice of the narrator, Roscoe, is good because he thinks he s doing good things when he s actually just getting himself into the trouble.I wouldn t mind reading of these if anyone left a stack of them on a table.

    8. Jonah on said:

      My favorite part was that Roscoe Riley got the magic ball from behind the refrigerator And that he swam in applesauce Roscoe Riley is Amazing My least favorite thing is that the magic ball got all mushy I want my friends to read this book

    9. Kayla on said:

      We my 6 year old and I LOVE LOVE LOVE this cute series Katherine Applegate has such a knack for story telling We loved learning about Roscoe s latest shenanigans What a great find We only wish there were

    10. Melissa on said:

      Wish we had discovered this early reader sooner Roscoe is reminiscent of Junie B.Jones in the way he regards the world, interacts with peers, and speaks funnest, etc My youngest was mildly amused by it but I think it would have been perfect in K or 1st grade.

    11. Patricia on said:

      These Roscoe Riley books crack my 7 year old and me up They re so funny and this one was one of my favorites of the series Great fun, kid friendly humor

    12. Meredith on said:

      Seriously Why are these books so hillarious I think it s the dialog Applegate must have listened to a lot of first graders talk to each other

    13. Melissa on said:

      Roscoe Riley makes my kindergartener giggle when we read it together I m going to pick up the earlier books in the series now.

    14. Denise on said:

      Started off maybe a tad slower than the first in the series, a tiny bit educational, but in the end still a fun and entertaining read

    15. Jsagat on said:

      Perfect for readers transitioning to chapter books Roscoe gets himself in a lot of predicaments which make for entertaining reading for all children especially boys.

    16. Connie Gunderson on said:

      Eddie read this one independently so I have no idea how decent it was but he said he liked it and wants the other ones so let s give er four stars.

    17. Toni Pope on said:

      I preread some of my kids scholastic reading counts books, to try to help them better understand it This series is definitely one of the very best, these books are great.

    18. Michelle Nero on said:

      A little series of books that offer our transitioning chapter book readers an opportunity to successfully read silly tales about a boy who seems to get into some trouble.

    19. Toni Pope on said:

      I preread some of my kids scholastic reading counts books, to try to help them better understand it This series is definitely one of the very best, these books are great.

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