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Le 3e Champignon Hey, Romance reading friends Jennifer Holm gets it She has her middle school aged protagonist read a collection of Harlequin Silhouette novels left behind by her grandmother and not a single snarky, snobby comment is to be found Thank you, Ms Holm, for doing something so subtle and so important and so deeply appreciated by this Romance fan You ve sent the message that it s okay to enjoy Romance novels not just for girls, but for guys, too I know this was only a very, very small part of the Hey, Romance reading friends Jennifer Holm gets it She has her middle school aged protagonist read a collection of Harlequin Silhouette novels left behind by her grandmother and not a single snarky, snobby comment is to be found Thank you, Ms Holm, for doing something so subtle and so important and so deeply appreciated by this Romance fan You ve sent the message that it s okay to enjoy Romance novels not just for girls, but for guys, too I know this was only a very, very small part of the book as a whole, but it s something that s seen so rarely that it left an inordinately large impression THANK YOU.The book would have been five stars for me, if it weren t for view spoiler the death of Jonas It was very realistically and compassionately portrayed, but I just couldn t deal with it, especially since if he had been an indoor cat, his particular accident could have been avoided hide spoiler See below for English descriptionLe grand p re d lise est un scientifique de renomm e mondiale coinc dans le corps d un gar on deans Ses pieds sentent mauvais, il mange tout ce qu il y a dans le r frig rateur, et pourtant, lise ADORE l avoir ses c t s Son grand p re a peut tre de la difficult s int grer l cole secondaire, mais, au moins, il rend les choses int ressantesQuand lise et lui font quipe pour une grande expo science, personne ne r alise quel point leur exp rience sera r volutionnaire En effet, la formule pour obtenir la jeunesse ternelle pourrait bien tre leur port e Et quand le chat d lise tombe soudainement malade, les enjeux deviennent plus lev s que jamaisMais la cl de l immortalit est elle vraiment la cl du bonheur Parfois, m me les exp riences les plus minutieusement pr par es m nent des r sultats totalement inattendusElise s grandpa Melvin is a world renowned scientistin the body of a fourteen year old boy His feet stink, and he eats everything in the refrigerator and Elise is so happy to have him around Grandpa may not exactly fit in at middle school, but he certainly keeps things interesting When he and Elise team up for the county science fair, no one realizes just how groundbreaking their experiment will be The formula for eternal youth may be within their reach And when Elise s cat, Jonas Salk, gets sick, the stakes become even higher But is the key to eternal life really the key to happiness Sometimes even the most careful experiments yield unexpected and wonderful resultsOriginal title The Third Mushroom Read this aloud with my two boys, 9 and 11, and we all LOVED it Laughed our heads off, then cried, then laughed again It s not totally necessary to have read THE FOURTEENTH GOLDFISH to get this, but I highly recommend that you do Both are fantastic middle grade books, full of humor, heart, and some interesting science facts and history An excellent follow up to The Fourteenth Goldfish, though, I wonder what became of the actual 14th goldfish, view spoiler Herschel hide spoiler I felt a bit let down when the theme of romance and dating manifested because that s so often the go to in any older child young adult story it seems there has to be an element of romance However, my disappointment didn t last long and I cheered internally at the end when Ellie is taking stock of the people in her life and realizes there should b An excellent follow up to The Fourteenth Goldfish, though, I wonder what became of the actual 14th goldfish, view spoiler Herschel hide spoiler I felt a bit let down when the theme of romance and dating manifested because that s so often the go to in any older child young adult story it seems there has to be an element of romance However, my disappointment didn t last long and I cheered internally at the end when Ellie is taking stock of the people in her life and realizes there should bestories about friends because friendship is as important as romance, though my complaint from The Fourteenth Goldfish about her relationship with Briana remains unresolved.Again, there s loads of science, plenty of intergenerational discourse, and examples of behaving in a mostly responsible manner In addition, the first death a kid experiences is examined Not recommended to those who have recently lost a pet Great for just about anyone else, though E ARC from Netgalley.comEllie s grandfather Melvin, who turned himself into a teenager in The Fourteenth Goldfish, has gotten tired of traveling and has returned home He s antsy, not being able to drive, and not having fun with the Puberty since he is always tired, hungry, and can t tell everyone he has TWO PhDs To make him happy, Ellie convinces him to join her in a science fair project, which gets him into the new science labs Experimenting on fruit flies with a specimen of an axolotl tha E ARC from Netgalley.comEllie s grandfather Melvin, who turned himself into a teenager in The Fourteenth Goldfish, has gotten tired of traveling and has returned home He s antsy, not being able to drive, and not having fun with the Puberty since he is always tired, hungry, and can t tell everyone he has TWO PhDs To make him happy, Ellie convinces him to join her in a science fair project, which gets him into the new science labs Experimenting on fruit flies with a specimen of an axolotl that seems to have grown twolegs Will feeding bits of the animal to the fruit flies cause them to regenerate In the meantime, Ellie has to deal with her mother, who is a drama teacher busy with plays, and her stepfather, who designs video games, and also visit with her father Her best friend, Raj, who knows the truth about Melvin starts to lookattractive to Ellie, and the two go on a movie date, which doesn t go well, and Ellie has to realize that they are really better off as friends Her former best friend, Brianna, is friendlier to her than she has been, which is a nice surprise Sadly, not all changes are good ones, and when Ellie s cat Jonas is hit by a car, she and her grandfather are not able to save him Even though the science fair doesn t go very well, the experiment with the axolotl has some unexpected consequences.Strengths The characters are delightful and wonderfully nuanced Ellie has a lot to deal with, but does really well most of the time She becomes sidelined by the sort of things that can happen to many middle school students friend trouble, boy trouble, and the death of a pet These are all real concerns that can be devastating to young readers and should be treated as serious I liked that the mother was around and concerned but also had her own life Melvin Melvin is great His budding romance with the local librarian made me cry The science fair is a nice touch, and it s great to see an author want to write a STEM book because it speaks to her Weaknesses The death of Jonas was handled well EXCEPT it was a bit odd that we don t know quite what happened Was he hit by a car I realize that this was so that they could inject him with the axolotl and have some hope, but it somehow bothered me What I really think I really enjoyed both of these books, but after reading this one, it occurred to me that one of my reluctant readers had the first one checked out for a REALLY long time, and I have to admit that they are a tiny bit slow I m definitely purchasing, but not handing to any super reluctant readers I know that Holm is better known for Babymouse and Sunny Side Up, but I always love her middle grade fiction Boston Jane Great stuff Thanks to randomhousekids for the free book 5 for this charming sequel to THE FOURTEENTH GOLDFISH, which is on our dartmouthmiddleschool choice summerreading list What great timing for this book to come out in September 4 I just love Ellie, Melvin and Raj so it s fun to spendtime with them THE THIRD MUSHROOM is funny, highly readable and sure to be a big hit with kids in grades 3 7, especially those that read the first book.Here s what I love about this book S Thanks to randomhousekids for the free book 5 for this charming sequel to THE FOURTEENTH GOLDFISH, which is on our dartmouthmiddleschool choice summerreading list What great timing for this book to come out in September 4 I just love Ellie, Melvin and Raj so it s fun to spendtime with them THE THIRD MUSHROOM is funny, highly readable and sure to be a big hit with kids in grades 3 7, especially those that read the first book.Here s what I love about this book STEM Ellie and Melvin s adventure is sure to spark the imagination of aspirational scientists I also love how the end of the book includes their Gallery of Scientists with fun facts about each wonderful exploration of middle school relationships if a boy and a girl are good friends, does that mean they should date Raj and Ellie s first date is fabulously awkward and cringe y as my Ss would say The librarian character Mrs Barry Just read the bookEllie and her grandpa Melvin famous scientist in a 14 yo body are back and entering the county science fair Their fruit fly experiment is wildly successful, but in the end the results are not what they expected bookstagram book reading bibliophile bookworm bookaholic booknerd bookgram librarian librariansfollowlibrarians librariansofinstagram booklove booktography bookstagramfeature bookish bookaddict booknerdigans booknerd ilovereading instabook futurereadylibs ISTElibs TLChat mgbooks I enjoy young adult books as much as the next person, and this one was a nice little story about friendship What made me want to claw my eyes out was the inexcusable science that was a large portion of this book Ellie s grandfather makes a point of talking about his multiple PhD s, yet CAN T REMEMBER HOW MANY LEGS AN AMPHIBIAN HAS Also, the author claims that the axolotl freshwater salamander found in lakes in their experiment was apparently caught by a jellyfish found in saltwater wt I enjoy young adult books as much as the next person, and this one was a nice little story about friendship What made me want to claw my eyes out was the inexcusable science that was a large portion of this book Ellie s grandfather makes a point of talking about his multiple PhD s, yet CAN T REMEMBER HOW MANY LEGS AN AMPHIBIAN HAS Also, the author claims that the axolotl freshwater salamander found in lakes in their experiment was apparently caught by a jellyfish found in saltwater wtf How hard is it to use google, Ms Holm That s only the beginning of the cringe worthy writing when it came to science This book lost a star because of it I think it s fine for kids, as long as they re getting a solid education you talk to them about how moronic the science experiments were in this book Before you tell me that there are freshwater jellyfish 1 I already know 2 They wouldn t be able to kill a salamander.If you want to knowabout jellyfish in Indiana How exhilarating, Ellie is back and so is grandfather, and good friend Raj Everyone has grown up a bit, yet Ellie is still passionate about doing science experiments with her grandfather Raj finally asks her out on a date, this leads to a new turn in their friendship This sequel to The Fourteenth Goldfish, is full of great humor, science, and of course the continued antics of Grandpa Jenny Holm subtly portrays Ellie as slightlymature, and growing stronger and wiser. Loved this sequel to The Fourteenth Goldfish and I want Grandpa to live forever I wish this book was longer maybe lasting forever.


About the Author: Jennifer L. Holm

Jennifer L Holm is a NEW YORK TIMES bestselling children s author and the recipient of three Newbery Honors for her novels OUR ONLY MAY AMELIA, PENNY FROM HEAVEN, and TURTLE IN PARADISE Jennifer collaborates with her brother, Matthew Holm, on two graphic novel series the Eisner Award winning Babymouse series and the bestselling Squish series She is also the author of several other highly praised books, including the Boston Jane trilogy and MIDDLE SCHOOL IS WORSE THAN MEATLOAF She lives in California with her husband and two children.


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