How to Do Homework Without Throwing Up

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Free Spirit Publishing, Jan 15, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 72 pages
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“Everybody who goes to school does homework. You are not alone. And they feel just as sick as you do when they have to do it.” Trevor Romain knows how horrible homework can be, and kids will see this right away as they page through this book, grin at the cartoons, and smile at Trevor's funny insights. Meanwhile, they'll discover valuable truths and pointers about homework: “People who say homework is a waste of time don't know what they are talking about.” “The best way to get your homework done without feeling sick every time you see it is to just do it.” Kids will also learn how to make a homework schedule, when to do the hardest homework (first!), the benefits of doing homework, and more—serious suggestions delivered with wit and humor because laughter makes learning fun.  

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User Review  - Elizabeth Haskins -

The cartoons were a great vehicle for my son. He is a self proclaimed homework hater! After reading the book, he made a math worksheet for himself and then asked for another worksheet in English. It was a great break-through for my son. Read full review

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User Review  - hsreader - LibraryThing

This book gives you tip on howe to do homework with out thring up. I like it a lot because it showed me was to do homework the arouth did a great job of writing this book. i was funny cuz i realed it was. K.D Read full review


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When Trevor Romain was 12, his teacher told him he wasn't talented enough to do art. By accident, he found out 20 years later that he could draw. Since that lucky day, he has written and illustrated 20 books for children. In addition to writing, illustrating, and speaking at schools, Trevor is a board member of the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation and can often be found on the cancer ward at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas, doing his rounds as “Doctor of Mischief.”

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