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by John Lekich

eBook The Losers' Club download ISBN: 1550377523
Author: John Lekich
Publisher: Annick Press (September 7, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1679 kb
Fb2: 1910 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

The Losers' Club book. A funny, feisty, and charming novel. Lekich displays a deft touch with humor, and the authentic dialogue establishes a true teen ambiance.

The Losers' Club book. Even Alex's disability is portrayed in a refreshingly matter-of-fact wa. .

Best friends Alex, Winston and Manny are founding members of The Losers' Club – a group of so-called losers who meet to moan about their loser status. But now they've decided that enough is enough.

A funny, feisty, and charming novel. Alex Sherwood would like to blend in and keep a low profile in his local high school

A funny, feisty, and charming novel. Alex Sherwood would like to blend in and keep a low profile in his local high school. His plan is thwarted when he inadvertently becomes hero to a group of so-called losers. As Alex says, "Everywhere I turned some zit-faced loser wanted me to be an oasis from constant torment. How could I refuse? After all, I was a zit-faced loser.

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The book was published in September 3, 2004. This book describes the following items: Fiction, Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9), Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books. Date: September 3, 2004. Identifiers: ISBN 10: 0330420925 ISBN 13: 9780330420921. Number of pages: 224. The FB Reader team wishes you a fascinating reading! Please, select your region to boost load speed: Any Region.

Best friends Alex, Winston and Manny are founding members of The Losers' Club - a group of so-called losers who meet to moan about their loser status.

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A funny, feisty, and charming novel.

Alex Sherwood would like to blend in and keep a low profile in his local high school. His plan is thwarted when he inadvertently becomes hero to a group of so-called losers. As Alex says, "Everywhere I turned some zit-faced loser wanted me to be an oasis from constant torment. How could I refuse? After all, I was a zit-faced loser."

The tormentor is Jerry Whitman Jr., who runs a successful extortion ring at school and basically makes life difficult for everyone. Alex is known as "The Savior" for his habit of helping out his fellow losers and fending off Jerry and the boys.

Alex and his two best friends, Winston and Manny, spend a lot of time scheming how they and the other losers might defeat Jerry and his gang in an upcoming challenge. They are also desperate to find an adult guardian (to keep the school counsellors happy) since two of them are temporarily parentless. Serious entanglements and hilarious complications result from their antics on the home front, where extreme measures are required. As Manny puts it, "Learning to successfully con the school administration will be highly beneficial to our self-esteem." Unfortunately for the boys, the school administration is not so easily conned.

This story has a wonderful exuberance, with characters that are engagingly original (including a suitably odious villain). Lekich displays a deft touch with humor, and the authentic dialogue establishes a true teen ambiance. Even Alex's disability is portrayed in a refreshingly matter-of-fact way.

Comments: (3)
FireWater
This is one of my very favorite books i loved that I could find this
Broadraven
I felt that it was a bad ending they need to make a it better by them going to New York or the janitor gets better. I think the price was very high some books are $3 but this was $7 which is only $4 dollar off.
from earth
Alex Sherwood and his friends Winston and Manny are tired of being pushed around by the school bully, Jerry Whitman. So they form The Loser's Club, a haven for other popularity challenged kids from their high school. It started off as a place to hang out and let off steam from being constantly tormented, humiliated and mugged. But it ended up as a place to fight for the rights and self esteem of losers everywhere, through the unlikely venue of a Christmas lights display competition. They face off against Whitman, with the help of Julie Spenser (hobbies? "brooding"), a rare girl who has befriended Alex.
The ending is predictable, but it doesn't matter because it's what you want to happen. I think this book would make a great movie. It's got lovable guys, great humour and a winning candid style. Thumbs up!