No Grown-ups Allowed

[Reading] ➵ No Grown-ups Allowed ➼ Beverly Lewis – Lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • No Grown-ups Allowed
  • Beverly Lewis
  • English
  • 07 July 2018
  • 1556616449

About the Author: Beverly Lewis

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award winning author for over a dozen years Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher s Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category Her books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists, including USA Today and The New York Times She and her husband, David, live in Colorado.


No Grown-ups AllowedJason Birchall Can T Wait For Valentine S Day His Parents Are Going Away For The Weekend, And Grandma Is Coming Jason Has Big Plans Will He Be Able To Sneak Some Of His Mother S Yummy Valentine Chocolates Can He Trick Grandma Into Allowing Him To Change His Bedtime

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10 thoughts on “No Grown-ups Allowed

  1. Shannon Lowe says:

    Great books for kids I loved the Christian influence and my 6 year old son could relate to the situations while still reading the book himself HIGHLY recommend

  2. Lauren Blanchard says:

    I didn t enjoy it so so much.

  3. Kristine Hansen says:

    I think every kid who has to take daily medicine will understand this book.Tired of being different, and tired of being told to always take his pills for ADD, and tired of following all the rules that go with that, Jason finally rebels When his parents go out of town he takes matters into his own hands And manages to mess up everything.A good book about consequences of actions, and learning that rules are there for a reason I d recommend this book, especially for kids with ADD ADHD And I think every kid who has to take daily medicine will understand this book.Tired of being different, and tired of being told to always take his pills for ADD, and tired of following all the rules that go with that, Jason finally rebels When his parents go out of town he takes matters into his own hands And manages to mess up everything.A good book about consequences of actions, and learning that rules are there for a reason I d recommend this book, especially for kids with ADD ADHD And then I would accompany it with a good discussion about the lessons learned by the end of the book Very well done

  4. Mandy J. Hoffman says:

    When Jason s parents go away for the weekend, he decides to try and pull some fast ones on his grandmother However, when he doesn t take his medacine things begin to get a little out of control This is a great book for kids to read on their own or with a parent It s recommended for ages 7 10 I read it to my 4 and 6 year old girls and they liked it but I did have to skip over some of thescary parts for my younger child when Jason watches the scary movie.

  5. Joy Gerbode says:

    Maybe every student who is having trouble with paying attention, with ADD, with hyperactivity should read this book Although I doubt it would be quite this easy for a child to understand the message and make changes still it s a good reminder, and might be helpful.

  6. Barb G says:

    Terrible book About a sneaky, lying boy with ADD who stays up after his Grandma has gone to bed to watch a scary movie that was described a little too scary Sorry I didn t read this one first before reading it to my son.

  7. Charity Pyles says:

    I is a good book It is one of the culdesac kids.