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Books with title Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up

  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up: Charlie Joe Jackson, Book 6

    Tommy Greenwald, MacLeod Andrews, Brilliance Audio

    Audiobook (Brilliance Audio, Aug. 9, 2016)
    As graduation day approaches, Charlie Joe is starting to realize being a kid isn't so bad after all, in this hilarious, final installment of the Charlie Joe Jackson series. Yes! Graduation day is finally here! Charlie Joe has been waiting for this moment his entire middle school career. This might even be the best day of his life. No more teachers! No more books! Just make it through the ceremony and he's free. But suddenly things around him are starting to change. Words like responsibility and college prep keep popping out of his friend's mouths. What happened to words like fun and pool party? And come to think of it, doesn't high school bring more teachers and more books? Maybe this whole growing up thing isn't such a good idea after all. Actually, being a kid is pretty darn fun! Surely Charlie Joe can figure out a way to put the brakes on growing up - and fast!
  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading

    Tommy Greenwald, MacLeod Andrews, Brilliance Audio

    Audiobook (Brilliance Audio, July 5, 2011)
    Charlie Joe Jackson may be the most reluctant reader ever born. And so far, he’s managed to get through life without ever reading an entire book from cover to cover. But now that he’s in middle school, avoiding reading isn’t as easy as it used to be. And when his friend Timmy McGibney decides that he’s tired of covering for him, Charlie Joe finds himself resorting to desperate measures to keep his perfect record intact. This is the hilarious story of an avid non-reader and the extreme lengths to which he’ll go to get out of reading a book.
  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    Paperback (Square Fish, Aug. 14, 2018)
    This hilarious final installment in the Charlie Joe Jackson series written by Tommy Greenwald and illustrated by J. P. Coovert is infused with nostalgia and just the right amount of chaos.Yes! Graduation day is finally here! Charlie Joe has been waiting for this moment his entire middle school career. This might even be the best day of his life. No more teachers! No more books! Just make it through the ceremony and he's free. But suddenly things around him are starting to change. Words like "responsibility" and "college prep" keep popping out of his friend's mouths. What happened to words like "fun" and "pool party"? And come to think of it, doesn't high school bring more teachers and more books? Maybe this whole growing up thing isn't such a good idea after all. Actually being a kid is pretty darn fun! Surely Charlie Joe can figure out a way to put the brakes on growing up-and fast!With laugh-out-loud humor and quirky illustrations, this book is perfect for reluctant readers. Books in the Charlie Joe Jackson series:Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not ReadingCharlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Extra CreditCharlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Summer VacationCharlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Making MoneyCharlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Planet GirlCharlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing UpDon't forget Charlie Joe's friends!Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! (And Lives to Tell About It.)Jack Strong Takes a StandPete Milano's Guide to Being a Movie StarMore from Tommy Greenwald:The Real Us
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert, Lauren Burniac

    eBook (Roaring Brook Press, Aug. 9, 2016)
    Yes! Graduation day is finally here! Charlie Joe has been waiting for this moment his entire middle school career. This might even be the best day of his life. No more teachers! No more books! Just make it through the ceremony and he's free. But suddenly things around him are starting to change. Words like "responsibility" and "college prep" keep popping out of his friend's mouths. What happened to words like "fun" and "pool party"? And come to think of it, doesn't high school bring more teachers and more books? Maybe this whole growing up thing isn't such a good idea after all. Actually being a kid is pretty darn fun! Surely Charlie Joe can figure out a way to put the brakes on growing up-and fast!This hilarious final installment in the Charlie Joe Jackson series written by Tommy Greenwald and illustrated by J. P. Coovert is infused with nostalgia and just the right amount of chaos.
  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    eBook (Roaring Brook Press, July 5, 2011)
    Charlie Joe Jackson may be the most reluctant reader ever born. And so far, he's managed to get through life without ever reading an entire book from cover to cover. But now that he's in middle school, avoiding reading isn't as easy as it used to be. And when his friend Timmy McGibney decides that he's tired of covering for him, Charlie Joe finds himself resorting to desperate measures to keep his perfect record intact. Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading by Tommy Greenwald is the hilarious story of an avid non-reader and the extreme lengths to which he'll go to get out of reading a book.
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide To Making Money

    Tommy Greenwald

    Paperback (Square Fish, Aug. 9, 2016)
    Charlie Joe's weekly allowance just isn't cutting it and he desperately needs money to buy a Botman, the latest gadget to sweep his middle school. Only catch is, he wants to earn the money by doing the least amount of work possible. After several failed attempts, including a near disastrous day of dog-walking, Charlie Joe hatches a plan to throw his own bar mitzvah (no gifts please―checks only) even though he's not Jewish. Hilarity ensues when throwing a fake coming-of-age party turns out to be much harder than it looks.Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Making Money by Tommy Greenwald is laugh out loud funny, and full of amusing illustrations that fit perfectly with the story.
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Making Money

    Tommy Greenwald, MacLeod Andrews, Cassandra Campbell, Brilliance Audio

    Audiobook (Brilliance Audio, Aug. 26, 2014)
    Loveable slacker Charlie Joe Jackson is back. This time he’s trying to devise ways to make money - and fast. Charlie Joe’s weekly allowance just isn’t cutting it and he desperately needs money to buy a Botman, the latest gadget to sweep his middle school. Only catch is, he wants to earn the money by doing the least amount of work possible. After several failed attempts, including a near disastrous day of dog-walking, Charlie Joe hatches a plan to throw his own bar mitzvah (no gifts please - checks only) even though he’s not Jewish. Hilarity ensues when throwing a fake coming-of-age party turns out to be much harder than it looks.
  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    Hardcover (Roaring Brook Press, Aug. 9, 2016)
    Yes! Graduation day is finally here! Charlie Joe has been waiting for this moment his entire middle school career. This might even be the best day of his life. No more teachers! No more books! Just make it through the ceremony and he's free. But suddenly things around him are starting to change. Words like "responsibility" and "college prep" keep popping out of his friend's mouths. What happened to words like "fun" and "pool party"? And come to think of it, doesn't high school bring more teachers and more books? Maybe this whole growing up thing isn't such a good idea after all. Actually being a kid is pretty darn fun! Surely Charlie Joe can figure out a way to put the brakes on growing up-and fast!This hilarious final installment in the Charlie Joe Jackson series written by Tommy Greenwald and illustrated by J. P. Coovert is infused with nostalgia and just the right amount of chaos.
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    Paperback (Square Fish, May 8, 2012)
    Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading by Tommy Greenwald is the hilarious story of an avid non-reader and the extreme lengths to which he'll go to get out of reading a book. Charlie Joe Jackson may be the most reluctant reader ever born. And so far, he's managed to get through life without ever reading an entire book from cover to cover. But now that he's in middle school, avoiding reading isn't as easy as it used to be. And when his friend Timmy McGibney decides that he's tired of covering for him, Charlie Joe finds himself resorting to desperate measures to keep his perfect record intact.
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Making Money

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    eBook (Roaring Brook Press, Aug. 26, 2014)
    Charlie Joe's weekly allowance just isn't cutting it and he desperately needs money to buy a Botman, the latest gadget to sweep his middle school. Only catch is, he wants to earn the money by doing the least amount of work possible. After several failed attempts, including a near disastrous day of dog-walking, Charlie Joe hatches a plan to throw his own bar mitzvah (no gifts please—checks only) even though he's not Jewish. Hilarity ensues when throwing a fake coming-of-age party turns out to be much harder than it looks.
  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading

    Tommy Greenwald, J. P. Coovert

    Hardcover (Roaring Brook Press, July 5, 2011)
    Charlie Joe Jackson may be the most reluctant reader ever born. And so far, he's managed to get through life without ever reading an entire book from cover to cover. But now that he's in middle school, avoiding reading isn't as easy as it used to be. And when his friend Timmy McGibney decides that he's tired of covering for him, Charlie Joe finds himself resorting to desperate measures to keep his perfect record intact. Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading by Tommy Greenwald is the hilarious story of an avid non-reader and the extreme lengths to which he'll go to get out of reading a book.
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  • Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Growing Up

    Tommy Greenwald, MacLeod Andrews

    MP3 CD (Brilliance Audio, Aug. 1, 2017)
    As graduation day approaches, Charlie Joe is starting to realize being a kid isn’t so bad after all, in this hilarious, final installment of the Charlie Joe Jackson series.Yes! Graduation day is finally here! Charlie Joe has been waiting for this moment his entire middle school career. This might even be the best day of his life. No more teachers! No more books! Just make it through the ceremony and he’s free. But suddenly things around him are starting to change. Words like responsibility and college prep keep popping out of his friend’s mouths. What happened to words like fun and pool party? And come to think of it, doesn’t high school bring more teachers and more books? Maybe this whole growing up thing isn’t such a good idea after all. Actually, being a kid is pretty darn fun! Surely Charlie Joe can figure out a way to put the brakes on growing up—and fast!
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