Rotten Ralph Feels Rotten: A Rotten Ralph Rotten Reader

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), Sep 8, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Rotten to the core!

When Sarah serves up a healthy, home-cooked meal chock-full of fruits and vegetables, Rotten Ralph turns up his nose and refuses to eat. With those overflowing, back-alley trash cans in mind, he has more exciting dinner plans on his menu. Garbage for dinner? Uh-oh! Rotten Ralph's bad eating habits are about to make him feel rotten for real.

In this latest installment in the popular Rotten Readers, Gantos and Rubel team up to capture their feline hero as he's feeling his worst and making us laugh at the same time.

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User Review  - msalissa - LibraryThing

This book would be great to read to students who may be sick or know someone that is sick. It is something that children will be able to relate to and will enjoy reading books about Rotten Ralph. Read full review

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User Review  - ShellyCBuchanan - LibraryThing

Rotten Ralph is up to his usual mischief in this story, which tells how Ralph turns up his nose at the healthy food prepared for him by his owner Sarah, and instead opts to eat nasty, old food out of ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Jack Gantos and Nicole Rubel published their first book, Rotten Ralph, in 1976. They launched the Rotten Ralph Readers in 2001 with Rotten Ralph Helps Out. In addition to the Rotten Ralph books, Jack Gantos is the author of Hole in My Life, a memoir that won the Michael L. Printz and Robert F. Sibert Honors, Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key, a National Book Award Finalist, and Joey Pigza Loses Control, a Newbery Honor book. He lives with his family in Boston, Massachusetts. Nicole Rubel's many books include Twice as Nice: What It's Like to Be a Twin and  Grody's Not So Golden Rules. She lives in Aurora, Oregon.

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