Gotcha! Gotcha Back!

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10 thoughts on “Gotcha! Gotcha Back!

  1. Jason Pettus Jason Pettus says:

    I now maintain a blog just for my kid lit reviews Find it at A friend has convinced me to try my hand this year at writing children s literature but I don t actually know anything about children s literature, so am starting the process simply by reading a large selection of titles that have been recommended to me Nancy Krulik s Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series was one of them, which I was specifically told is a great example of books perfect for third grad I now maintain a blog just for my kid lit reviews Find it at A friend has convinced me to try my hand this year at writing children s literature but I don t actually know anything about children s literature, so am starting the process simply by reading a large selection of titles that have been recommended to me Nancy Krulik s Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series was one of them, which I was specifically told is a great example of books perfect for third graders and indeed, the two books I read this and No Bones About It seemed to feature many of the traits that I was told are important to include in literature for this age group, including a strong sense of humor, a quickly paced but not too complicated storyline, a concentration on the ways that boys and girls interact at that age, lots of action and mystery, many scenes set in a school environment, and sentences that average around ten words For parents, also know that Krulik designs each book to center on one or two common moral lessons she details at her website, and that all the titles feature a racially diverse cast of schoolmates and teachers These are chapter books with Americanized manga illustrations by professional duo John Wendy, each lasting a little under 10,000 words 32 exist in the series as of January 2010, and a plethora of supplemental information is offered at the website for teachers and parents


  2. Elizabeth Lemieux Elizabeth Lemieux says:

    I swear, this series is so cute Rereading it as an adult really takes you back.


  3. haley haley says:

    I used to love these books when I was in 3rd grade but I m sure if I re read it now I wouldn t like it nearly as much Hence the two star rating I also am pretty sure that I readbooks out of this series, but I only remember this book and the first one Anyway, in this Katie Kazoo adventure, she and her friend George didn t he used to bully her In the first book are pulling pranks on people at school Just as George is being punished, Katie switches Into his body So the dilemma is ho I used to love these books when I was in 3rd grade but I m sure if I re read it now I wouldn t like it nearly as much Hence the two star rating I also am pretty sure that I readbooks out of this series, but I only remember this book and the first one Anyway, in this Katie Kazoo adventure, she and her friend George didn t he used to bully her In the first book are pulling pranks on people at school Just as George is being punished, Katie switches Into his body So the dilemma is how will Katie get out of this mess My thoughts Overall for the series in general a pretty good series for kids ages 8 10 Anyone older might be seriously bored That s why this book and the other book in this series is on my coulda been better shelf Because since I am older now, it reflects my personal enjoyment now I enjoyed it when I was younger though


  4. Stacia Leigh Stacia Leigh says:

    Loved the jokes and the consequences Nicely written, flowed nicely and didn t seem like problems were solved too convenientlyjust the right tone and pacing.


  5. Sydney Sydney says:

    when katie turns into george the class bully, he checks on the computer and gets in trouble by the teacher.


  6. Gaby Gaby says:

    Oh George, you and your pranks Here s another crazy switcheroo I reread the book because the first time I read this i was in the fourth grade That s so long ago.


  7. vampire (dipita) grul vampire (dipita) grul says:

    never pull prank on peple.


  8. Miki Miki says:

    good


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Gotcha! Gotcha Back! ✻ Gotcha! Gotcha Back! Epub ✾ Author Nancy E. Krulik – Polishdarling.co.uk Katie and her friend George try to spice up the school day by playing a few practical jokes Using a special kit full of whoopee cushions, pepper gum, and a water spraying camera, the two kids make a s Katie and her friend George try to spice up the school day by playing a few practical jokes Using a special kit full of whoopee cushions, pepper gum, and a water spraying camera, the two kids make a splash pulling off gag after gag But then Katie turns Gotcha! Gotcha PDF \ into George just as he gets blamed for all the trouble How will Katie get out of this one.

  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Gotcha! Gotcha Back!
  • Nancy E. Krulik
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 0448437686

About the Author: Nancy E. Krulik

Nancy Krulik is the author ofthan books for children and young adults, including three New York Times bestsellers She is best known, however, for being the author and creator of the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo book series, which has brought her to the attention of second, third, and Gotcha! Gotcha PDF \ fourth graders nationwideNancy has also written extensively for teens and is well known as a biographer of Hollywood s hottest young stars Her knowledge of the details of celebrities lives has made her a desired guest on several entertainment shows on the E network as well as on Extra and Access Hollywood She can be seen there talking about the secret lives of such celebs as Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Hilary Duff, and Frankie Muniz Nancy has also been a guest on radio broadcasts nationwide discussing the superstars she has researched over the yearsAs the author of several teen and preteen advice books, including Grosset and Dunlap s Prom The Complete Guide to a Truly Spectacular Night, Nancy has been interviewed by several prominent magazines including Cosmo Girl, Teen, Teen People, Seventeen, and Teen Celebrity She has also been the celebrity guest for three Teen People chat presentations Nancy has recently begun to delve into the teen novel market, writing four romances for young adults, all of which will be published between and Nancy currently lives in Manhattan with her husband, composer Daniel Burwasser, their two children, Amanda and Ian, and a crazed cockerspaniel named Pepper.



10 thoughts on “Gotcha! Gotcha Back!

  1. Jason Pettus Jason Pettus says:

    I now maintain a blog just for my kid lit reviews Find it at A friend has convinced me to try my hand this year at writing children s literature but I don t actually know anything about children s literature, so am starting the process simply by reading a large selection of titles that have been recommended to me Nancy Krulik s Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series was one of them, which I was specifically told is a great example of books perfect for third grad I now maintain a blog just for my kid lit reviews Find it at A friend has convinced me to try my hand this year at writing children s literature but I don t actually know anything about children s literature, so am starting the process simply by reading a large selection of titles that have been recommended to me Nancy Krulik s Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series was one of them, which I was specifically told is a great example of books perfect for third graders and indeed, the two books I read this and No Bones About It seemed to feature many of the traits that I was told are important to include in literature for this age group, including a strong sense of humor, a quickly paced but not too complicated storyline, a concentration on the ways that boys and girls interact at that age, lots of action and mystery, many scenes set in a school environment, and sentences that average around ten words For parents, also know that Krulik designs each book to center on one or two common moral lessons she details at her website, and that all the titles feature a racially diverse cast of schoolmates and teachers These are chapter books with Americanized manga illustrations by professional duo John Wendy, each lasting a little under 10,000 words 32 exist in the series as of January 2010, and a plethora of supplemental information is offered at the website for teachers and parents


  2. Elizabeth Lemieux Elizabeth Lemieux says:

    I swear, this series is so cute Rereading it as an adult really takes you back.


  3. haley haley says:

    I used to love these books when I was in 3rd grade but I m sure if I re read it now I wouldn t like it nearly as much Hence the two star rating I also am pretty sure that I readbooks out of this series, but I only remember this book and the first one Anyway, in this Katie Kazoo adventure, she and her friend George didn t he used to bully her In the first book are pulling pranks on people at school Just as George is being punished, Katie switches Into his body So the dilemma is ho I used to love these books when I was in 3rd grade but I m sure if I re read it now I wouldn t like it nearly as much Hence the two star rating I also am pretty sure that I readbooks out of this series, but I only remember this book and the first one Anyway, in this Katie Kazoo adventure, she and her friend George didn t he used to bully her In the first book are pulling pranks on people at school Just as George is being punished, Katie switches Into his body So the dilemma is how will Katie get out of this mess My thoughts Overall for the series in general a pretty good series for kids ages 8 10 Anyone older might be seriously bored That s why this book and the other book in this series is on my coulda been better shelf Because since I am older now, it reflects my personal enjoyment now I enjoyed it when I was younger though


  4. Stacia Leigh Stacia Leigh says:

    Loved the jokes and the consequences Nicely written, flowed nicely and didn t seem like problems were solved too convenientlyjust the right tone and pacing.


  5. Sydney Sydney says:

    when katie turns into george the class bully, he checks on the computer and gets in trouble by the teacher.


  6. Gaby Gaby says:

    Oh George, you and your pranks Here s another crazy switcheroo I reread the book because the first time I read this i was in the fourth grade That s so long ago.


  7. vampire (dipita) grul vampire (dipita) grul says:

    never pull prank on peple.


  8. Miki Miki says:

    good


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