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Bradley Chalkers is a bad lot! He lies, he gets into fights, no one wants to be his friend and he is all alone. Until, that is, he meets the delightful new school counsellor, Carla, and she persuades Bradley that he can change....

Title : There's A Boy In The Girls' Bathroom
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ISBN : 9780747589525
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Number of Pages : 195 Pages
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There's A Boy In The Girls' Bathroom Reviews

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2018-12-14 16:28

    There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom, Louis SacharThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom is a 1987 juvenile fiction book from the author Louis Sachar. The title comes from a point when a character, Jeff, accidentally enters the girls' bathroom while trying to go to the school counselor's office when a teacher gives him the wrong directions and is horribly embarrassed by it. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سوم ماه سپتامبر سال 2007 میلادیعنوان: ته کلاس ، ردیف آخر ، صندلی آخر؛ لوئیس ساکر؛ پروین علیپور؛ تهران، افق، 1385، در 262 ص؛ 9789643692681؛ موصوع: داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی قرن 20 مته کلاس، ردیف آخر، صندلی آخر (پسری در حمام دختران) نام رمانی از: لوئیس سکر؛ نویسندهٔ آمریکایی کتاب‌های کودکان است که با عنوان اصلی در بالای این یادداشت در سال 1987 میلادی در آمریکا منتشر شد. اگز داستان را میخواهید خود بخوانید از خوانش ادامه این یادداشت خودداری کنید. خلاصه: برادلی چاکرز بزرگ‌ترین و خشن‌ترین شاگرد کلاس پنجم مدرسه بود که همیشه در ته کلاس، ردیف آخر، روی صندلی آخر می‌نشست. او هیچ‌گاه دوستی نداشت و هماره رفتار ناشایستی داشت و همه را عصبانی می‌کرد. با این وجود که پدر و مادر او دوستش می‌داشتند اما او با آن‌ها نیز مشکل داشت. برادلی از اینکه بدترین نمره را می‌گرفت خوشحال می‌شد؛ و به هیچ چیز اهمیتی نمی‌داد تا اینکه دانش‌آموز جدیدی به نام جف فیشکین از واشنگتن دی.سی. به آن مدرسه منتقل شد، و تلاش کرد تا با برادلی رابطهٔ دوستانه برقرار کند؛ اما همانند دیگران در آن کار موفق نشد. همچنین مشاور جدیدی به نام کارلا به مدرسه می‌آید که در انتها روند زندگی برادلی با ورود این دو نفر به مدرسه به کلی دگرگون می‌شود و او روز به روز نمرات بهتری می‌گیرد و همچنین با دیگران به خوبی کنار می‌آید؛ گرچه کارلا در آخر به خاطر اعتراض‌های والدین به روش‌های خاصش در مشاوره با کودکان مجبور می‌شود از مدرسه برود؛ حال آنکه همهٔ دانش‌آموزان با کمک او بر ترس‌ها و مشکلات خود پیروز شده بودند و او را دوست می‌داشتند. ا. شربیانی

  • Laura
    2018-12-05 19:50

    This is a kid's book, but I love it so much. When I was in third grade, my teacher, Mrs. Kent, read it to our class. When she got to a certain part, she was crying so hard, she couldn't read, so she called me up to read that part. I told my mom how good it was, and we took turns reading from it to each other, finishing the whole thing in a few hours. The summer when I was 19, I somehow remembered it, bought it, and read it again. I later read it to my husband on a car trip, and he really liked it too. The other night, Louis Sachar's "Holes" came on tv and reminded me of this book yet again, so I had to add it to my favorites. It is very special to me.

  • ليلي
    2018-11-21 22:40

    *این ریویو اشتباهی‌ست.نباید نوشته می‌شد و نباید هم خوانده شود و ...توجهی بهش نکنین کلا!سه بار تا حالا خوندمش...سه بار تا حالا باهاش گریه کردم... من مجموعا ۵ تا کتاب تو زندگیم نیستن که باهاشون گریه کردم؛ ولی این یکی از اون ۵ تاس بدون شک...کتاب ناراحت کننده‌ای نیست، کتاب غمگینیم نیست...نمیدونم چرا انقدر اشک منو در میاره ولی....امروز یه اتفاق خاصی افتاد...ینی یه خبر خاصی...که دلم خواس دوباره اینو بخونم. از لحظه ای که اومدم خونه شروعش کردم و نیم ساعت پیش تموم شد...چقدر این‌بار بیشتر از دو دفه‌ی گذشته «حس» ش میکردم...چقد با حال و هوام جور بود...دوسش دارم واقعا...”-می‌ترسی تمام چیزهای خوبی که برایت پیش آمده، یکدفعه محو شود. می‌ترسی ناگهان، دیگر کسی دوستت نداشته باشد. اما... برادلی! این، قصه‌ی پریان نیست. واقعیت است. دوستانت تو را به خاطر خودت دوست دارند. کتابِ من سحرآمیز نیست. سحر توی وجود خودت است.“

  • Brian
    2018-12-15 19:21

    As a teacher, I read a lot of juvenile fiction and much of it is good! Some of it is forgettable, but this book is not. I love this book.This book is about Bradley Chalkers. Bradley is a bully. Bradley is a behavior problem. He doesn't do his homework, classwork...anything. Teachers pass him from grade to grade just so that don't have to teach him again. Now, he's in 5th grade and his school hires a counselor named Miss Davis, or Carla, as she likes to be called. The rest, as they say, is history (for Bradley). And, yes...he does go into the girls' bathroom! My students love this book.

  • Rana Heshmati
    2018-11-24 18:48

    واقعا عجیب بود.چونکه من از سه نفر، کلی تعریف ازش شنیده بودم و ازش خیلی انتظار داشتم...با تمام این ها، عاشقش بودم.و پنج ستاره، حلالش :دیدر ضمن... با اینکه فکر می‌کردم که گریه نمی‌کنم، وسطش آنقدر گریه کردم که نمی‌توانستم دیگر بقیه‌ی کتاب رو بخونم و جدن دلم داشت می‌لرزید... با اینکه شاید اصلا احتیاجی به گریه نبود... یا کلا کتاب خیلی غم انگیز نبود...بنظرم کارلا...(شاید نه خیلی! نمی‌دونم!) شبیه دخترستاره‌ای بود! اگر نبود هم... من رو یادش می‌انداخت.ممنون از همه‌ی کسایی که بم پیشنهادش کردن و از حانیه، که بم دادش :)و لیلی، که هی اصرار کرد که بخونمش...و یاسی، که پیشنهادِ اولیه رو داد :>و حتی میتونم از خانم توکلی که به یاسی معرفی‌ش کردن هم تشکر کنم :-" :))))در کل، از همه ممنون!خب بذار از نویسنده‌ش هم تشکر کنم که اینقد کتابِ خوبی نوشته بود :))وای خدا...جدن حس و حالش هنوز باهامه....و وقتی شروعش کردم، اینقدر خوندم تا تموم شد! یعنی زمینش نگذاشتم!برادلی >><<تیکه‌ای از کتاب:- در درون همه خوبی هست. همه، شادی، غم و تنهایی را احساس می‌کنند. اما گاهی مردم خیال می‌کنند که کسی، هیولاست، به خاطر اینکه نمی‌توانند خوبی‌ای را که در درونش هست، ببینند... بعد، اتفاق وحشتناکی می‌افتد.-می‌کشندش؟-نه، چیزی بدتر ار آن! یکی بهش لقب هیولا می‌دهد و بقیه، کم‌کم به همین اسم صداش می‌زنند و با او مانند یک هیولا برخورد می‌کنند. پس از مدتی، خودش هم باورش می‌شود! فکر می‌کند که واقعا هیولاست! بنابراین، عین هیولا رفتار می‌کند. با وجود همه‌ی این‌ها، او هیولا نیست و خوبی‌های زیادی در عمقِ وجودش نهفته است.تمومش می‌کنم این ریوویوی مسخره رو :دی (درک کنید خب! هیجان زده‌م...)

  • Reihaneh_T
    2018-11-18 23:51

    با خوندنش دردت میاد ولی آخرش لا اقل مثل برادلی یه لبخندی می زنی..! ولی چیزی که دردناک تره دونستن این مسئله ست که برادلی های زیادی تو دنیا هستند و کارلا های کمی .. !و غمت می گیره .. می تونم فعلا فقط لعنت بفرستم!همین! پی‌نوشت دل‌نوشت: این ترس‌های احمقانه‌ی برادلی را در این سن خودم دارم، ترس از این که یکهو نزند ورقه‌هاش را پاره کند .. حتا ترس از رفتن به یک تولد را هم به راحتی میتونم درک کنم..!قسمتی‌ش که خیلی اذیتم کرد:برادلی پشت میزش، در ردیف آخر...، صندلی آخر..، نشست و به مقوایی که روی دیوار بغل دستش نصب شده بود نگاه کرد. پیداست که ستاره ای کنار اسمش نبود. او تا همان لحظه سه اشتباه کرده بود اول اینکه دختری را به زمین انداخته و گریه اش را در آورده بود دوم اینکه دیر به کلاس برگشته بود و سوم و بدتر از همه اینکه اسمش برادلی چاکرز بود! تا زمانی که اسمش برادلی چاکرز بود هرگز ستاره ای طلایی نصیبش نمی‌شد. به هیولاها هیچوقت ستاره‌ی طلایی نمی‌دهند!

  • MissInformation
    2018-11-28 21:39

    I really loved the way the intensity of Bradley was captured- and I went up and down with him as he made progress, then went backward, then forward again. There are so many beautiful touches: his absurdly long list of topics to talk about, his talking stuffed animals, the picture of the monster with the heart....I was pleasantly suprised by this book, because the cover didn't indicate to me it would be so intense or layered. (The cover is a large, fairly realistic rendering of a surprised boy's face- and it looked like it would be light and maybe silly.) It had those layers without stepping out of being accessible to kids- which I think is pretty artful.

  • Fateme kamali
    2018-12-01 17:47

    خب دقیقن یادم نیست کدوم یک از دوستام خونده بود که منم ترغیب شدم بخونمش . اول بهش بگم ممنون از اینکه آوردیش جلو چشمم . تازه تمومش کردم و فقط اینکه خیلی خوب بود . خیلی چیزها ازش یاد گرفتم فک میکنم میشه به معلما ، مدیرا و هرکسی که با بچه ها( کلن دانش آموز ، دانشجو) در ارتباطه پیشنهاد کرد

  • Batul
    2018-11-23 17:25

    کتابهای نوجوان برای من یک چیز خاصی هستند. کتابهایی که به دنیای معصوم کودکی و نوجوانی من رو برمی گردونن. حس های پاک رو میتونم باز تجربه کنم و یادم باشه که انسان چقدر میتونه پاک باشه. و البته از این کتابها خیلی چیزها یاد میگیرم،‌ نکاتی که شاید با خوندن کتابهای روانشناسی به سختی یاد بگیرم.‏کتاب ردیف آخر صندلی آخر عالی بود. وسطهای کتاب که داستان به اوج میرسید بغض کرده بودم و بعدش هم اشکهام جاری شد. فکر نمیکنم اگه شما این کتاب رو بخونید این حس رو داشته باشید. راستش من موقع خوندن شازده کوچولو هم گریه میکردم. کلا وقتی با احساسات پاک و معصومانه و صادقانه روبرو میشم،‌ احساساتی میشم. این کتاب خیلی عالی روح یک طفل پاک رو نشون داده بود که به خاطر رفتارهای دیگران،‌ تبدیل شده بود به بچه ای ستیزه جو و فرمان ناپذیر و در کنارش یک مشاور عالی رو تصویر کرده بود که به این کودک کمک کرد تا برگرده به سرشت معصومانه خودش.‏یه نکته جالبی که تو کتاب بود، موقعی که بچه ها توی ارتباطاتشون مشکل داشتن،‌ با سلام کردن به هم مشکلاتشون رو حل کردن و مشاور یه جا بهشون گفت که شما میتونید مثل راهب های ذن باشید. چون در آیین ذن هر کس به شما سلام کرد،‌باید جوابش رو بدین. خب من فکر کردم چه جالب! توی اسلام هم همینه، مجبوری جواب سلام همه رو بدی، حتی اگه بچه باشه،‌حتی اگه دشمنت باشه...‏بچه های توی این کتاب خیلی ساده و پاک بودن، با اینکه اونطور که تو کتاب گفته کلاس چهارمی و پنچمی بودن. متاسفانه من کمتر دیگه اطرافم بچه های اینچنینی دیدم،‌ با تربیت های غلط امروزی، بچه ها بچگی نمیکنن. از همون پنج شش سالگی بزرگ میشن. کارهای بزرگانه و حرفهای بزرگانه ای میزنن که از تلویزیون یا پدر مادرشون یاد میگیرن. شاید به خاطر همین اینقدر از خوندن چنین چیزی احساساتی میشم. نگاهی به بچه های الان بکنید، یا توی اینترنت یه گشتی بزنید، از بچه هایی که شعرهای فاخر میخونن تا اونایی که حرفهای سریال های ترکیه ای رو تکرار میکنن و ادا اطوار درمیارن و همه بزرگترها هم براشون کف و سوت میزنن و میخندن و میگن واااااای چقدر بامزه.‏پیشنهادش میکنم برای اون موقعی که حالتون خوب نیست، روزهایی که میخواید یه چیز متفاوت بخونید.‏

  • Susan
    2018-11-16 19:33

    داستان خیلی خوب و روانی بود.سیر تغییر شخصیت اصلی کلیشه ای و نفرت انگیز نیست،بلکه بسیار حس همدردی-و نه ترحم-را برمی انگیزد.قدم به قدم همراهش می شویم و تمام کارهایش را درک می کنیم. حتما باز هم از لوئیس سکر خواهم خواند!قشنگترین قسمتها از نظر من بازی کردنش با حیوانات کوچولویش بود.این کارش خیلی معصومانه و لطیف بود در حدی که بعضی بازی هایش باعث می شد آدم بغض کند.چیز غم انگیزی در کار نبود،حس درک عمیق معصومیت احساسات آدم را به بازی می گرفت.و شخصیتهای حیوانات هم که آنقدر دوست داشتنی بودند که به تنهایی برای یک کتاب جداگانه کفایت می کردند.البته برادلی در اوج شرارتش هم خیلی ترسو بود که این حرصم را درمی آورد!

  • Julesmarie
    2018-12-05 20:35

    It's a shame the title is so ridiculous, because the book itself is not. It's an honest and insightful look in to what makes a person "good" or "bad" and how one changes the way others perceive him. It also shows beautifully the difference that adults can make on the lives and self-images of children--either to help them or to hurt them (hopefully unintentionally).My strongest emotions at the end of this were anger and gratitude. The portrayal of the school system in this book is heartbreaking. Bradley's teacher frustrated me so much--people like that have no business being teachers. She had him sitting in a back corner surrounded by empty desks and told the new boy that she was sorry those were the only open seats, because she knows nobody wants to sit by THAT boy.And then announcing to the class that there were 16 A's and the rest B's... except for one F, when every student in the class will know who got the F is beyond belief heartless.What honestly made me angry was the depiction of the school board and the angry parent meeting that got Carla fired. The one person who actually cares about the students and helping them learn to think for themselves (educating them, in other words) is the person they gang up on and reject. The saddest part is that I fear that depiction is all too accurate in so many cases.What made me grateful was that in the midst of all of these horrible teachers and misguided systems, there are people like Carla. People who aren't so quick to give up on the students. People who want to help mold healthy individuals and not simply produce students who excel at doing what they're told. People who don't make the poor Mom have to repeat "But deep down inside he's really a good boy," because they can already see it for themselves.And the birthday party scene where all the girls start fighting over who gets to help Bradley and explain to him what happens at birthday parties goes a long way to restoring my faith in humanity after the school board scene. That whole party was just so wonderfully well done, with Bradley slowly relaxing and everyone being so kind to him and all of them just having so much fun as a result. Beautiful!Lovely, lovely book. I can't wait to recommend it to my students!

  • mobarakemortazavi
    2018-11-18 16:47

    × گاهی سخت‌ترین کار دنیا این است که توانایی‌هایت را باور کنی... خب... بیاید اعتراف کنم که یه جاهایی خودم رو می‌دیدم!و حتی یک قسمت‌هایی بود که انگار یک خاطره کاملا مشترک بود. انگار نه، بود!و با اینکه فکرشم نمی‌کردم، اما خیلی اشکم رو درآ‌ورد. خیلی زیاد!

  • Emad K.A Hossein
    2018-12-02 19:27

    کتابی که میتونه مسیر و هدف زندگیتون رو عوض کنهA Book that Can Change the Way of Your Lifeکتابی که نمیدونید آخرش باید گریه کنید یا از لذت داستان به این قشنگی خوشحال باشیدHigh Recommended 100%پ.ن : جالبه که تازه فهمیدم اسم اصلی کتاب پسری در دستشویی دختر ها هستش !There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom !!!شمام میدونستید ؟؟

  • Meshkat Mnsz
    2018-12-12 19:28

    راهنمایی جای من ته کلاس ردیف اخر صندلی اخر بود. و خب انگیزه م برای خوندنش هم همین بود :دیچه قدر دوستش داشتم..

  • Philip
    2018-12-09 23:42

    Having blown through the Wayside books with my girls, I thought I'd pick up another Louis Sachar book. Holes is off limits - Liz and I have set some ground rules with what we allow ourselves to read out loud to the kids.I saw this book and thought: WOAH. That's by Louis Sachar? No way! I'd always seen this lying around at home - in my sisters room. (A room covered in books.) I was also slightly embarrassed by the cover, which may help explain why I'd never read it.Then, half-way through the book, I realized I HAD read it. Not only that, but there were parts that stuck with me, and would bother me from time to time. I'd think about it, get a little angry about the scene, and then get angry with myself, because I couldn't remember where I had heard it. On more than one occasion I'd thought about asking about it in the goodreads "What's the Name of That Book?" group, but I never did.In other news, it seems like boys bathrooms and girls bathrooms and girls and boys bathrooms and boys in girls bathrooms seems to be all anybody can talk about these days. States, cities, and localities are passing laws right and left. (For instance: (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] In case you're wondering, reading this book had nothing to do with that.As is the case when I read a book with any of my daughters, I'll let them come up and offer the true review. They also determine the number of stars to give the book. I read this one over the course of a month or so, at night, just before they all fell asleep - or were supposed to, at least. I'll go call them up.There may be some mild spoilers in here. Read on at your own risk.Dad: So, what'd you think?Gwennie: I love, love, love, love, loved it!El: I loved it, too!Poppy: *scared* I don't know where to sit! *crams onto the bench**Just read what we have so far*Poppy: Hey! I love, love, love, love, loved it TOO!!!Dad: Poppy, what do you remember about the book?Poppy: The. The. Uhhh... When he said, "GIVE ME A DOLLAR OR I WILL SPIT ON YOU!!!"Dad: Did you like that part?Poppy: Yessss.... Give me a dollar or I will spit on you! (She and Gwennie keep repeating this.)Dad: Do you think it's nice to spit on people?Poppy: No.Dad: So why do you like that part?Poppy: Uhhhhh... Because I just do.Eleanor: Is it because it's interesting?Poppy: Yes.Dad: Eleanor, what's your favorite part?Eleanor: I liked it when it was Colleen's birthday party! And my favorite character was Carla.Dad: Why was Carla your favorite?Eleanor: Um. Because she was really nice.Dad: You were going to add some more stuff to that?El: Yeah. I was going to add some more to my favorite part. I thought it was funny when Bradley tore his pants because he thought you had to have torn pants to go to a birthday party.Dad: Gwen - your turn.Gwennie: You mean my saddest favorite part?Dad: Whatever you want. Go ahead. :)Gwennie: MY saddest favorite part iiiisss... um... *looks around the room while chewing her hair* It was ... when Carla was leaving.Dad: What do you mean?Gwen: I mean, I didn't like it when Carla was going to go work with kindergartners.Dad: Why not?Gwen: Because it made Bradley sad.Eleanor: I didn't like that part either, but I have a question.Dad: What's that?Eleanor: Why, when Bradley was going to the barbershop - and said he wanted to go to school - why did his mother- why was his mother like, "Bradley! Don't do that again!" He didn't do anything. I mean, I know that the car swerved, but I feel like it's not Bradley's fault that the car swerved. He just startled his mother a little. Why was she like that?Dad: Well, Bradley's mother was driving the car, and holding on to the steering wheel. The way he startled her made her jerk the wheel - which made the car swerve.El: But, he didn't mean to startle her, so why was she like that?Dad: When you're in the car with a driver, you need to be careful to not startle, or distract the driver.El: I get it. But I feel like when you're driving the car, and someone's crying really loud in the back seat we don't get in big trouble like that.Dad: True. But, if I know the crying's going on - it's not the same kind of distracting as something that startles a driver.Dad: Poppy, should we add anything else to the review?Poppy: I have nowhere to sit. (She left to go look through some Halloween candy she found in here. No joke. It's March. And it's the day after Easter. And Poppy found some old Halloween candy.)Gwen: I think I know what to add.Dad: What are you going to add?Gwen: I'm going to add that we liked the book.El: AND I RECOMMEND IT TO PEOPLE! OHHHH!!! We forgot to say how many stars we're going to give the book!!!Dad: How many stars are we going to give it?El: Five! How many stars do you want to give it, Gwen?Gwen: Um. F. I. V. 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  • Michelle
    2018-12-01 23:38

    Review from April 2014I will never not love this book. Also, Louis Sachar forever.While I was rereading this book for the 10,000th time in my life, I was thinking that this book probably taught me a lot about empathy when I was younger. All kids should learn to have empathy. To put themselves in another person's shoes. To try to understand somebody's motivations. To be nice. It's important. The end.Review from October 2007I don't know why lately, but I've had problems committing myself to serious, long, adult novels. I recently found this book at the Durham County Library Book Sale (best book sale EVER) and was ecstatic. I probably read this book 20 times when I was in the 1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd grade(s). It's about problem child, bully of the school Bradley Chalkers, and how he changes through friendship and believing in himself. It's a very sweet story that I'd recommend to anybody. Also, Louis Sachar, the author, is a genius. I love his other books that I've read, like Holes, and who can forget the Wayside School stories? Great.

  • Raevyn Oswald
    2018-11-24 21:41

    Pay no attention to the title. This book is actually quite deep for a middle grade book.

  • Sara
    2018-11-14 19:44

    کلا دوست دارم کتابای لوییس سکرو. یکی از بهترین نویسنده های کتاب نوجوانه

  • میعاد
    2018-11-15 21:33

    كتاب خوبى بود يكمى با باور پذير نبودنِ تغيير رفتار شخصيت ها و قابل پيش بينى بودنش مشكل داشتم! كه خُب اونم به حساب كتاب نوجوان بودنش ميذارم (:

  • M Razavy
    2018-12-08 23:33

    قبلا موقع خوندن کتابهای این چنینی، خودم رو جای اون بچه (شخصیت اصلی) میگذاشتم. الان خودم رو جای معلم بچه ها میگذارم :)دیدن خوبی های بچه ها، اغلب آسونه. اما گاهی یه بچه ای هم هست که برای دیدن خوبی هاش خیلی باید انرژی بذاری!

  • Esther
    2018-12-13 00:25

    At first I thought this would be the usual story of the problem child in the classroom learning to be good and making friends but the story didn't take the straight path from A-B.The character development was much stronger than I expected in such a short book and there was no easy attribution of black hats and white hats.Bradley's family was quite pleasant and not to blame for his behaviour and the teachers though obviously exasperated with him were also more than happy to respond to any improvement he made.To be honest in the first few pages I had serious concerns about Bradley's mental health with him being so totally isolated from the outside world and communicating only with his toys.Although the story was obviously leading us to the 'new Bradley' the setbacks he suffered were realistic and peripheral story lines showed us that none of the children passed through life completely untroubled.The only niggle I have is that during the party scene the author seemed to be laying the foundation for further development of Jeff's character but nothing came of it.I did wonder if book was aimed at too young an audience (or maybe at non-reading under-achievers like Bradley) because I felt that the story and the author's talents would have been better served if the story had been in a longer format.

  • Niloufar Younesi
    2018-11-15 00:25

    این کتاب جزو دوست داشتنی های منه چیز قابل توجهی که در داستان وجود داره شیوه برخورد مشاور مدرسه با بچه هاس وقتی بچه ها مشکلاتشونو باهاش. در میون میذارن چیزی رو به بچه ها دیکته نمیکنه نمیگه به نظرم این کار درسته یا این کارو بکن جوری رفتار میکنه که خود بچه ها به نتیجه درست میرسن و تبدیل به یه متفکر مستقل میشن

  • Lyon
    2018-11-30 23:40

    This book is about Bradley Chalkers life at school and home.Bradley's school life is no better than his home life because he has problems both places like at school he has three girls that don't like him and Bradley doesn't like them because they say hey to Jeff(Bradley's best friend or shall I say ex-bestfriend.At home Bradley has it bad with his sister and his dad because his sister always picks at him and his dad doesn't let get away with stuff as easy as his mom.Bradley Chalker's teacher doesn't like him that much.The counsler Carla Davis likes Bradley but Bradley doesn't like her. The counsler doesn't care because she thinks he is just like everyone else.Mostly nobody likes Bradley because of the way he acts,responds,and treat others.His only friend Jeff Fishkins is not his friend anymore but might be later.The reason Jeff is not his friend is because these boys came up to him during lunchtime when he told bradley he was going to do something those boys came up to him and was talking about how he beat up Bradley after school(which was not true).Then Jeff was like yeah i made him cry and stuff like that. The truth is Bradley got beat up by a girl after school that afternoon,and not by Jeff.After Jeff talked to the boys he didn't want to be Bradley's friend any more because he started to be friends with the other boys.Later when Jeff went to the counsler's office he said "I got called up to the principal's office and the principal asked me did I beat up Bradley Chalkers and I said yes only because wouln't stop bothering me".What Jeff said to the boys was not true because when he got called up to the office he said"Why would I beat up Bradley and he is my best friend"was his only until those boys messed up Jeff's and Bradley's relationship as being best friends. Then something else going on in the books was that the girl Bradley doesn't like is going to have a party and was going to invite Bradley but when she found out about how Bradley and Jeff were not friends she was relieved because she didn't have to invite him.In the first place she just wanted to invite Jeff but she was going to invite Bradley was because that was the only way she could get Jeff to come.The reason she wants Jeff to come is because she likes him and wanted him to come so they can like go out or something after the party.What i read afew days ago was that when Bradley was about to go he went up to Jeff and telling him bye but hold up Bradley didn't know that Jeff wasn't his friend anymore so when Bradley went up to him he just looked at Bradley and then those boys(Jeff's new friends)came up and said something like is this nerd or something bothering you and then they were about to try to fight Bradley or something like that but they didn't.Jeff said something like yeah and said something that was negative and walked away.

  • Ms. K
    2018-12-06 21:26

    This is a perfect read-aloud book, one I'd seen in classrooms for ages but never actually read until my coteacher suggested it. And she was right. There's so much to have deeper conversations around with our class.Bradley, the 'bad kid', is everyone's idea of a nightmare, but the book slowly lets you in to see exactly how low his self-esteem is. I loved seeing Bradley alone in his room, using his model animals to allow himself to actually feel what he's feeling instead of just yelling ...moreThis is a perfect read-aloud book, one I'd seen in classrooms for ages but never actually read until my coteacher suggested it. And she was right. There's so much to have deeper conversations around with our class.Bradley, the 'bad kid', is everyone's idea of a nightmare, but the book slowly lets you in to see exactly how low his self-esteem is. I loved seeing Bradley alone in his room, using his model animals to allow himself to actually feel what he's feeling instead of just yelling and raging and growling at everything around him to scare people off. In life it's hard to let people in and actually be yourself, especially when you hate yourself as much as Bradley does. He gets through it and realizes he can be a friend and a good person, but I love that it's slow and hard - it goes terribly over and over again. That's how it really is in life. You can't just fix stuff immediately.I also loved that Jeff - who at first I thought would be the main character who "gets to know the real Bradley" and understands him - was actually the secondary character. He was a friend to Bradley, but he didn't just stick by him or discover him. He got angry at him, he ditched him for the "cool kids"; it was a lot more like real life. I also felt his frustration - after trying to Bradley's frustration, I would've given up too. You can only do so much to be someone's friend, after all. Sometimes they have to do things on their own!I also really like that Louis Sachar used the idea of a "monster" to symbolize Bradley. We all kind of feel like monsters sometimes. I know I can feel scary and terrible and like no one would want to be around. We all have things we hate about ourselves, even though mine aren't tentacles or having four fingers. But it reminds me of the movie "Monsters, Inc." - the monsters are scary to some people, but darn, aren't they also awesome and kind of adorable? So Bradley - and the rest of us - can be those things, too. Probably. Eventually.

  • Ranj
    2018-12-08 19:33

    کارلا گفت: به عقیده ی من درون همه خوبی هست. همه، شادی، غم و تنهایی را احساس می کنند اما گاهی مردم خیال می کنند که کسی، هیولاست به خاطر آنکه نمی تواند خوبی را که در درونش هست ببیند. بعد.... اتفاق وحشتناکی می افتد!براندلی: می کشندنش؟کارلا: نه چیزی بدتر از آن! یکی بهش لقب هیولا می دهد و بقیه، کم کم به همین اسم صدایش می زنند و با او مثل یک هیولا برخورد می کنند. پس از مدتی، خودش هم باورش می شود. فکر می کند واقعا هیولاست! بنابراین، عین هیولا رفتار می کند. با وجود همه ی اینها او هیولا نیست و خوبی های زیادی در عمق وجودش نهفته است.

  • Maryrdg3320
    2018-11-25 22:48

    Mrs. Meritt began her 3312 class by reading a couple of chapters a day from this book. I looked forward to this time every day. The book has such a great message! It is about a boy named Bradley Chalkers who no one likes. He is known as the trouble maker throughout the school He goes through a lot of struggles and never seems to think that he can do good. A counselor comes to the school and becomes Bradley's best friend. She makes such a difference in his life and the other children begin to like Bradley. I like the message in this story.at first none of the children like Bradley but it is becuase no one really knows him or tries to get to know Bradley. In the end Bradley gets his gold star, he turns in his homework and makes friends. I think that this book should be read to any age studnets. For younger grades you could do a read aloud, but it might be a little long for k-1. The older grades could use this book as a chapter book that they have to read. I also believe that high schoolers would enjoy to be read aloud this book. It is very touching and I suggest it should be read by anyone of all ages!

  • Dani Butler
    2018-12-09 22:26

    I read this book after I was done with the Wayside series by the same authorLouis Sachars. So because I was use to the humor of the Wayside stories it was a complete shock that this book is more series. From what I remember, this book is about a trouble kid who has animal figures (or stuff animals?) as friends because he doesn't have any friends at school. I remember being really involved with the character and overall enjoying the book even if it wasn't hilarious. The one detail that sticks in my mind (and warms my heart) is this kid's older sister buys him another animal figure because she accidently steps (and breaks) his favorite one that is rabbit. She yells at him about how the rabbit was on the ground and it was his fault that it got broken and how he wanted to point out that the rabbit was really in the desert but knew she wouldn't understand. I know a random detail about the book but it hit home for me.

  • Eddie Owens
    2018-11-25 19:39

    Basic and unsatisfying. There needs to be a backstory to explain how Bradley got to where he is now: friendless scared and angry.The counselor, Carla, talks to Bradley and miraculously, after a few weeks, he quickly starts behaving like a normal kid.He's not from a dysfunctional family but his parents choose to ignore his problems. Again, no indication is given as to why they accept his lying and bad behavior. Surely, even the most amateur of psychologists can see that it is a cry for help and he wants to fit in. But no one bothers until Carla.

  • RahaRazavi
    2018-12-09 23:39

    خیلی کتاب دوست داشتنی یه . به دوستانی که به رمان نوجوان علاقه مندند به شدت پیشنهاد میشه. در مورد حس هایی و موقیت هایی صحبت شده که راجع بهشون همزاد پنداری میکنم.خیلی دلم میخواسته یه بار اینقدر شجاع باشم که تمرینمو بنویسم و بعدش پارش کنم ولی نبودم :/

  • Scotty Conley
    2018-12-07 16:22

    There's a boy in the girls bathroom someone screams. That's how you know when things are about to get interesting!!! And when a new boy from Washington D. C. Joins a class to find a bully, some annoying girls, and a new counselor who doesn't believe in accidents!!! You'll just have to read it to find out in "there's a boy in the girls bathroom" by Louis Sachar.