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by Steve Wilkinson,Mike Knudson


Best friends Raymond and Graham have waited their whole lives for fourth grade, when they?ll rule the school at. .Mike Knudson lives in North Salt Lake, Utah. Steve Wilkinson lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Stacy Curtis lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Best friends Raymond and Graham have waited their whole lives for fourth grade, when they?ll rule the school at East Millcreek Elementary.

By Stacy Curtis, Mike Knudson, Steve Wilkinson

By Stacy Curtis, Mike Knudson, Steve Wilkinson. see all Raymond and Graham have looked forward to being the oldest, coolest, and toughest boys at East Millcreek Elementary School, but from the start of fourth grade, everything goes wrong.

Best friends Raymond and Graham have waited their whole lives for fourth grade, when they?ll rule the school at East Millcreek . This book is about two forth-graders called Ramond and Graham, trying to rule the school

Best friends Raymond and Graham have waited their whole lives for fourth grade, when they?ll rule the school at East Millcreek Elementary. This book is about two forth-graders called Ramond and Graham, trying to rule the school. They think it will be the best year ever, but it turns out it's the opposite of that. Try to read the book without laughing.

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Mike Knudson and Steve Wilkinson's RAYMOND AND GRAHAM RULE THE SCHOOL tells of best friends who have been waiting the 4th grade for a long time - until they find they're stuck with an old, creepy teacher and an embarrassing class play

Mike Knudson and Steve Wilkinson's RAYMOND AND GRAHAM RULE THE SCHOOL tells of best friends who have been waiting the 4th grade for a long time - until they find they're stuck with an old, creepy teacher and an embarrassing class play.

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A hilarious new series for middlegrade boys!

Best friends Raymond and Graham have waited their whole lives for fourth grade, when they?ll rule the school at East Millcreek Elementary. But things don?t go quite as planned when Raymond gets stuck with the most embarrassing line in the class play! Can he find a way out of it, or will he be humiliated in front of everyone? Filled with memorable characters, side-splitting moments, and goofy black-andwhite illustrations, this series is sure to tickle kids? funny bones!

Raymond and Graham Rule the School epub download

ISBN13: 978-0670011018

ISBN: 0670011010

Author: Steve Wilkinson,Mike Knudson

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers (July 3, 2008)

Pages: 128 pages

ePUB size: 1119 kb

FB2 size: 1517 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 878

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Agantrius
My 4th grade son and I enjoyed reading this book together. He likes to read on his own but we try and find some books to read together. We have also read the second book in this new series and are eagerly awaiting the next book!
Agantrius
My 4th grade son and I enjoyed reading this book together. He likes to read on his own but we try and find some books to read together. We have also read the second book in this new series and are eagerly awaiting the next book!
Bil
This book is well written and a very quick read for 3rd-6th graders. Very enjoyable characters!
Bil
This book is well written and a very quick read for 3rd-6th graders. Very enjoyable characters!
Darkshaper
I thought this was a really great book. I have also read other books from this series and they are all a good read
Darkshaper
I thought this was a really great book. I have also read other books from this series and they are all a good read
Helldor
I read Raymond and Graham's summer camp adventure book, (Raymond and Graham: Cool Campers), and enjoyed it very much. The two fourth graders have an excellent relationship - best friends who are loyal, supportive and honest with each other, and who encourage each other in the kind of knuckleheaded mayhem unique to fourth graders. I wondered if the entire series was as rewarding, and especially if this first book in the series, which is where most people would start, fairly reflects the appeal of these two guys. I am happy to report that what you get is what I hoped for - an engaging kid buddy comedy with humor, antics, a few revealed truths, and a happy ending. The entire book is tightly constructed, precisely observed, sharply written, and filled with generous and good-humored insight.

This book is not really very plot driven. Raymond and Graham are starting fourth grade and are planning, as the oldest elementary students, to "rule the school". Needless to say things don't work out that way. After numerous setbacks, missteps and small humiliations, which they usually fix, work around, or ignore, most of the various plot strands come together and wrap up nicely at the end. (While there are NO SPOILERS HERE, it is fair to say that there are at least a dozen set pieces along the way that honestly qualify as laugh-out-loud funny.)

What really drives this book is Raymond's narration and the conversations between Raymond and Graham. Do they sound like authentic fourth graders? Of course not. They sound like the smartest, funniest, driest, most insightful and most deadpan fourth graders you could imagine, channeled through the mind and the pen of a gifted author. Raymond has enough of the feel of a real kid, and his thoughts and experiences are translated to such an authentic kid level, that you believe you are peeking into his head and eavesdropping on his conversations with Graham and with all of his fourth grade friends. That is one heck of a trick for a writer to pull off.

I would think that a young reader would immediately like Raymond and Graham, would be amused by their banter and their antics, and would absorb some of the insight and wisdom from which they have been molded. I can't think of anything more that I would want from an elementary level book. It doesn't hurt that in these books parents are understanding and supportive, teachers know what they are doing, adults generally are dependable, and virtue ends up being rewarded - all without irony or even a hit of preachiness. A nice, warm find.

Please note that I found this book while browsing the local library's Kindle books, and downloaded it for free. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
Helldor
I read Raymond and Graham's summer camp adventure book, (Raymond and Graham: Cool Campers), and enjoyed it very much. The two fourth graders have an excellent relationship - best friends who are loyal, supportive and honest with each other, and who encourage each other in the kind of knuckleheaded mayhem unique to fourth graders. I wondered if the entire series was as rewarding, and especially if this first book in the series, which is where most people would start, fairly reflects the appeal of these two guys. I am happy to report that what you get is what I hoped for - an engaging kid buddy comedy with humor, antics, a few revealed truths, and a happy ending. The entire book is tightly constructed, precisely observed, sharply written, and filled with generous and good-humored insight.

This book is not really very plot driven. Raymond and Graham are starting fourth grade and are planning, as the oldest elementary students, to "rule the school". Needless to say things don't work out that way. After numerous setbacks, missteps and small humiliations, which they usually fix, work around, or ignore, most of the various plot strands come together and wrap up nicely at the end. (While there are NO SPOILERS HERE, it is fair to say that there are at least a dozen set pieces along the way that honestly qualify as laugh-out-loud funny.)

What really drives this book is Raymond's narration and the conversations between Raymond and Graham. Do they sound like authentic fourth graders? Of course not. They sound like the smartest, funniest, driest, most insightful and most deadpan fourth graders you could imagine, channeled through the mind and the pen of a gifted author. Raymond has enough of the feel of a real kid, and his thoughts and experiences are translated to such an authentic kid level, that you believe you are peeking into his head and eavesdropping on his conversations with Graham and with all of his fourth grade friends. That is one heck of a trick for a writer to pull off.

I would think that a young reader would immediately like Raymond and Graham, would be amused by their banter and their antics, and would absorb some of the insight and wisdom from which they have been molded. I can't think of anything more that I would want from an elementary level book. It doesn't hurt that in these books parents are understanding and supportive, teachers know what they are doing, adults generally are dependable, and virtue ends up being rewarded - all without irony or even a hit of preachiness. A nice, warm find.

Please note that I found this book while browsing the local library's Kindle books, and downloaded it for free. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
Thetahuginn
I read this book to a class of third and fourth graders, mostly boys. I had no idea that the students, the aides, the teacher and I would all enjoy it so much. There were days when we could not stop laughing. I think it is one of the all-time funniest books for children I have ever read. I would definitely put it in the top three.
I taught elementary school for twenty years and also spent many, many hours reading to my daughter, so this rating comes from someone who had read lots of great and not-so-great books. Everybody-- the 8-10 year old students and the 30-60 year-old adults-- loved the chapter about the unibrow most of all. Just thinking of it makes me laugh. As you can see from the age range of the people in the classroom while I was reading the book, the authors successfully appeal to a very wide audience.
I am delighted to see that Mike Knudson is coming out with a second book in early Sept.; I can't wait to share it with my class. I hope he realizes how much the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students (especially boys) of America need Raymond and Graham to keep us laughing.
Thetahuginn
I read this book to a class of third and fourth graders, mostly boys. I had no idea that the students, the aides, the teacher and I would all enjoy it so much. There were days when we could not stop laughing. I think it is one of the all-time funniest books for children I have ever read. I would definitely put it in the top three.
I taught elementary school for twenty years and also spent many, many hours reading to my daughter, so this rating comes from someone who had read lots of great and not-so-great books. Everybody-- the 8-10 year old students and the 30-60 year-old adults-- loved the chapter about the unibrow most of all. Just thinking of it makes me laugh. As you can see from the age range of the people in the classroom while I was reading the book, the authors successfully appeal to a very wide audience.
I am delighted to see that Mike Knudson is coming out with a second book in early Sept.; I can't wait to share it with my class. I hope he realizes how much the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students (especially boys) of America need Raymond and Graham to keep us laughing.
Doktilar
I would recommend this book for anyone who likes to laugh. A little bit of bathroom humor, but not too much. Just a fun read with lots of laugh out loud moments. Kids who enjoyed Captain Underpants but are ready for the next reading level will love it. Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans should also enjoy this book. While I love the Wimpy Kid series, Raymond and Graham are are kinder and more likable characters than Wimpy Kid's Greg. Viewing the world through Raymond's fourth-grade eyes also stirred up my own childhood memories and put a smile on my face.
Doktilar
I would recommend this book for anyone who likes to laugh. A little bit of bathroom humor, but not too much. Just a fun read with lots of laugh out loud moments. Kids who enjoyed Captain Underpants but are ready for the next reading level will love it. Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans should also enjoy this book. While I love the Wimpy Kid series, Raymond and Graham are are kinder and more likable characters than Wimpy Kid's Greg. Viewing the world through Raymond's fourth-grade eyes also stirred up my own childhood memories and put a smile on my face.
BeatHoWin
I loved this book. Can I say that again? Raymond and Graham Rule the School was so fun to read with my son. We struggle finding books we both like to read. This book helped him advance his reading levels and gain fluency while laughing the whole time. I hope my son has a best friend like Graham to grow up with.
BeatHoWin
I loved this book. Can I say that again? Raymond and Graham Rule the School was so fun to read with my son. We struggle finding books we both like to read. This book helped him advance his reading levels and gain fluency while laughing the whole time. I hope my son has a best friend like Graham to grow up with.
This is the funniest book I have ever read. Raymond and Graham will make you laugh your head off.
This is the funniest book I have ever read. Raymond and Graham will make you laugh your head off.