The entire book will take no more than fifteen minutes to read cover-to-cover. Every time I read those books a smile jumped onto my face. If you want that smile of innocent complicity, this is the book to read. Keep it in your locker or desk drawer for quick reference or a needed smile. Most importantly, remember to check off each excuse as you use them. Beware of the teacher underground,. Meet the author, Davide Cali: Sounds like a lot of fun, and I love the illustrations!
Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday! Looking forward to seeing you again this week! Sounds like a fun and creative book with laughs and laughter and laughing. I definitely want to read all the excuses. Where do you live? I am so, so sorry. Yeah, the twist is funny. Sue, I think you misunderstood! They also own the property. I was joking but apparently it was a bad joke.
I was wondering how bad things had gotten in your part of the world that Noble left Barnes. That is why I said it was good Noble had not left with the ending to the book. Oh, NOW I get it! Nice to have you back!! That cover would have had me pulling it off the shelf. It sounds really funny. Thanks for the review! The cover is still on the book. The book is most likely still on the shelf.
What are you waiting for? Without the book you have no excuse to give. And those that teach will absolutely love the twist at the end. Where are my manners? I am glad to be back. I was warned you could get all kinds of nasty stuff while at the hospital, but not that you could lose something. So be careful if you ever have to go to a hospital. I thought that was a punch line for all of us to think you were talking about a human hospital, but surprised us that you were really at an animal hospital lol.
This book looks wonderful! We all want to read it now. Ah, Stanley, think of the excuses you could use. Katrina would not go near aliens, dinosaurs, or meatloaf.
Oh, that last one might not be in this book. What a cute idea for a premise! That is what I thought when I first saw it. Such a simple idea, yet the simple ideas seem to be the hardest to think up.
Out of nowhere is most likely. At least for me. Most of my ideas turn out to be something I reviewed.. They get stuck in my head—the great ones do. I wonder if a full text is okay, too? I would go to a different publisher, of course. I do believe you are right, so guess what I will be reviewing the next few days? But every other day has no rule. There are some really good books this season.
Use the dinosaur excuse—or the aliens. I was drafted for war against Italy and will be gone for the next 4 months Someone drugged me and I fell asleep for 20 hours I was beaten up and tied, dangling from a tree My pencil broke My homework broke The Nazis came back I was captivated in reading wonderful well-known works of literature I forgot about the homework because I was thinking about you the teacher I starved from a potato famine The economy died and I couldn't afford a pencil sharpener My computer was confiscated by the FCC so I couldn't do it Communism struck America My homework was so well-written that it was published before I could hand it in.
I chased a rabbit and fell down a whole into another world 2. I was attacked by super smart ninja monkeys. I didn't feel like it Spongebob said not to. I thought it was my spanish homework and I ate it. I left it in puerto rico when I had lunch with the pope. I was kidnapped my Jersey shore. Oprah was on and she rules the world so I had to watch her. I was distracted by the sound of a car honking in China. What was the question again? I tried to get my dog to eat it but he said it was to bad so then I had to go to a theropist cause my mom said that it's not normal to hear a dog talk.
I'ma tell you 1 time That's all I got. Unfortunately, my homework drowned. You don't want to know the details.
Don't worry, they have been suitably punished. I spent all my time on Yahoo Answers. I started to, but got a life threatening paper cut. My pencil ran out of ink. I went to get my books out of my locker and hit my head and passed out. When I woke up I had amnesia.
Wait, what's my name?
I Didn't Do My Homework Because has ratings and reviews. Susana said: A cute compilation of absurd excuses; also the illustrations are adorabl /5.
Jul 30, · How to Excuse Yourself from Unfinished Homework. How do I excuse myself from unfinished homework because my parent threw it away by accident? wikiHow Contributor. Never lie that you did your work because then she will know that you didn't want to do your homework%().
Aug 14, · Since school will be starting up again soon, I thought it time to re-familiarize our teachers with some homework excuses to expect this coming year: I didnt do my history homework because I dont believe in dwelling on the past. I didnt want the other kids in . I didnt do my homework because likes. *I didn't do my history homework because I don't believe in dwelling on the past. *I didn't want the other.
But readers had better stay focused, because hidden inside the catastrophic scenes on each page is the missing homework waiting to be found. Featuring detail-rich illustrations, this book is a great choice for anyone who has experienced a slacker moment. How many excuses are there for not doing homework? Let us count the ways: Giant lizards invaded the neighborhood. Elves hid all the pencils. And then there was that problem with carnivorous plants. The excuses go on and on, each more absurd than the ne.