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The Looney Experiment
By Luke Reynolds
Published by Zondervan
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On 12/1 Jill Hart wrote: Bullying is a big topic in our society today and "The Looney Experiment" takes a humorous look at how one boy overcomes. I don't often read middle grade fiction, but this one looked like so much fun that I just couldn't pass it up. It didn't let me down. Mr. Looney is a substitute teacher that fills ... Review: The Looney Experiment
On 10/26 Charli G. wrote: I don’t normally read what is classified as Middle Grade Fiction, but something about this book spoke to me. Perhaps it was the fact that our main character and narrator Atticus Hobart is bullied and so were my best friend and I. Maybe not, but upon discovering that the book deals in a way with the ... The Looney Experiment by Luke Reynolds
On 10/13 TheNoveltyDame wrote: I was very surprised by this book. I came into expecting a simplified, fast-paced story, but this book actually was beautifully written and delved into some impressive topics about life for a middle school read. I finished this in a day, staying up late to read it, and I will definitely be keeping this. Atticus ... The Looney Experiment: Book Review
On 10/9 Jaina wrote: Click to viewon Goodreads Atticus Hobart couldn't feel lower. He s in love with a girl who doesn't know he exists, he is the class bully's personal punching bag, and to top it all off, his dad has just left the family. Into this drama steps Mr. Looney, a 77-year-old substitute English teacher with ... The Looney Experiment by Luke Reynolds, 2015
On 10/3 anniesinklings wrote: Meet Atticus Hobart, an eighth grader who has decided that his life is pretty much a mess and wonders how it got that way. Why did his dad just up and walk out on his family, why does he choke up and cannot utter a word in public, why is he the one who is constantly beat up by Danny, the school bully, ... The Looney Experiment in the Life of an Eighth Grader
On 10/1 CTF Devourer wrote: Notes: The Looney Experiment is a character study, but for boys. It’s about one boy trying to find his identity and courage as he fights to make sense of all the brokenness around him. The day a new teacher shows up at school and through rather strange methods, shows him how to find the courage to ... Answers are within you?
On 9/22 Caroline wrote: I love when fiction tells such a relatable, powerful story that the reader has to consider their own lives, their own judgments/thoughts, and how to change the world around them because of actions told within a story. When I find myself talking about a book to others around me while and after I read ... Thoughtful, Relatable Read
On 9/4 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “The Looney Experiment” by Luke Reynolds. It falls into the genre of middle grade fiction. Meet our main character Atticus. A child who is not athletic, not popular or pretty much of anything of importance. His father pressures him into playing baseball. His younger ... The Looney Experiment
On 8/27 Lisa Whitham wrote: Disclosure - free sample provided. Are you looking for a great read for your young teenager? The Looney Experiment is a great book for teens that are about 11-14 years old. This is a book that is perfect for your teen if they love boy books that are humorous. The book is about Atticus Hobart and how ... Great for teen boys!
On 8/25 BookWormsBuddy wrote: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I find that I don't give too many review books higher than 3 stars very often, but this was good. I was actually surprised that I enjoyed it as much as I did since it was a middle grade book. I am so glad that I got the opportunity to read this one. ... The Looney Experiment - Luke Reynolds - 4 star