Mr. Popularity (Big Nate) By Lincoln Peirce

Librarians will appreciate the first few pages, especially the storytime comics which had me laughing out loud. Other fun storylines include Nate running for Student Council President, scheming to hit on Jenny while Artur is temporarily out of the picture, and Nate's sessions with the school therapist.

Great series for grades 3-6, especially for fans of Peanuts and Wimpy Kid. Kindle Edition Fantastic

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha it made me laugh so much Kindle Edition If you like comic books you will like Big Nate. Kindle Edition I think how Nate won Class President, by having no popularity is LOL Kindle Edition My Review: Big Nate is back and this time he is Mr. Popularity. In this issue, Big Nate decided to run for Class President. But he thinks that the process is flawed. Then again why should the popular kids be the only ones to get elected, and not the unpopular kid like him? Will Big Nate become Class President or will the popular kids win again?

Follow Nate as he goes to summer reading program, an opportunity to get his comic strip in the newspaper, trick-or-treat, t’was the Nate before Christmas and many more strips.

Another funny book kids would love to read. It has bonus activities to crack you up. Write your own caption action, match sketch to strip, trivia and more.

Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book from HarperCollins Publishers in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
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Love Nate! He’s the cutest. Kindle Edition For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

Note: this is the first I have read of anything Big Nate-related.

An okay collection of comics originally published 2009 to 2010. The collection was fine, mostly I just don't think it was a good fit for me personally. I had a difficult time assessing who this book was targeted toward. The characters look like elementary kids, are supposed to be teenagers (I think?), and talk like adults. I didn't find most of the humor funny. It felt very adult and I didn't see it being very humorous to young readers. The funniest part for me was the seemingly self-aware joke in Reality Bites on page 134 about kids sounding too adult and programs being unrealistic because that's not how kids talk to each other.

I also really wasn't feeling Nate's obsession with Jenny. I get that it's a crush and it's supposed to be funny, but she makes it clear she's not interested and he still keeps trying. These strips were originally published in 2009/2010 and complied in 2014 so I get they're a little dated. But I think we should all just be done with this storyline. Presenting it as normal to keep bugging a girl who makes it obvious she doesn't want to be with you (and also has a boyfriend) isn't my thing and I think we need to move past it.

Overall, this book was okay. There were a few silly moments, but overall it wasn't for me. Fun art style and relatable topics like homework, school sports, class elections, and dating. Includes engaging activities at the end such as creating captions and deciding what happens next. Kindle Edition Good for kids, not nostalgic adults

I used to read Big Nate a lot as a kid. I've outgrown most of it but not because it's bad or childish, but rather the material just can't be relatable to a person who is, as of writing, pushing 25. I find it funny and charming thinking as kid. It even made me chuckle a few times but mostly from an observer's perspective and not as a person who would be like I've been there. Kindle Edition Nate Book ideas!

Hello! I love your comics and they're really funny and cool!


Plot twist: 6/10
Ideas: 8/10
Romance: 6/10
Overall: 8/10

I recommend this book for 9+
And here I have ideas!!
For my first idea is that Nate accidentally (not) breaks his promise and tries to hit on Jenny so when Auther comes back and says what Nate did in Nate's dream! I think that would be a great plot twist!!

By: JoelleA1211
:) Kindle Edition However, I am not 100% sold on this book, probably because I am not in the intended audience.
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The fourth Big Nate comic compilation in the New York Times bestselling series by Lincoln Peirce, in full color!

Big Nate is a New York Times bestseller and the star of his own comic strip.Here comes the latest comic compilation from Lincoln Peirce, all about king of detention and cartooning genius Nate Wright!

Includes over 300 full-color comic strips, plus bonus Big Nate activities in the back!

Big Nate is funny, big time.—Jeff Kinney, author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Also includes a sneak peek at the next Big Nate novel, Big Nate Lives It Up!

Mr. Popularity (Big Nate)