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Introduce your independent reader to Big Nate, the mischievous and daring, self-proclaimed "middle school genius" whose amusing antics are the subject of Lincoln Peirce's Big Nate graphic novel series. Whether this spunky sixth grader is dealing with bullies, disrupting teachers, impressing his crush, or playing in a rock band with pals, Nate will keep even the most reluctant reader entertained. Check out highlights from the bestselling Big Nate series. Find out in this hybrid that blends traditional chapters with comic strip panels and illustrations. Big Nate: Game On : Eleven-year-old Nate is many things: artistic, loud, bold, hopelessly addicted to Cheez Doodles — the list goes on. Nate tries to compensate with loads of bluster and humor — trash-talking his way around the basketball court and tricking an opponent into stepping off a base. Cheer on Nate and his equally-hapless underdog friends as they play soccer, basketball, and baseball.
Common Sense Media editors help you choose Big Nate Books. Big Nate: In a Class by Himself: Big Nate, Book 1. age 9+. Milder than Wimpy Kid and a sure.
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Earlier this year, my second grader told me that he had a friend who only wanted to read Big Nate books during free reading time, and that his teacher had suggested he mix things up a bit. Nate Wright is an year-old sixth grader who first appeared in a cartoon strip by Lincoln Peirce in , and has since begun starring in novels interspersed with comics for young readers. I interviewed the boys about why they love Big Nate so much. Add to Bag. Big Nate is funny. The irrepressible Big Nate is always getting into trouble, his corresponding expressions are hilarious.
He body slams the no-nonsense principal. He accidentally insults his least favorite teacher, the horrifying Mrs. Godfrey aka Godzilla. And school has barely started! Trouble always seems to find him, but Nate keeps his cool.