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There are also reports that show Clay's own brand of troublemaking like the most recent addition the art teacher has said that the class should spend the period drawing anything they want and Clay decided to be extra creative and draw a spot on portrait of Principal Kellingas a donkey It's a pretty funny joke but really Clay is coming to realize that the bigges. WARNING CONTAINS SPOILERS In this book there are one sixth grader boy called Clay Hensley has many troubles in his Truman Elementary school His record book has filled with troubles that he made He likes to joke with his friends During the art class he drew his principal like a donkey and he went to principal s office again When he came back to home his big brother decided to change Clay to a good student and Clay promised to his big brother that he will going to be a good student However he forgot his promise and he threw foods to lower grader just because it s fun Clay was regretting about that happening but teacher sent him to the principal s office again Clay told to his principal that he will never do this stuffs again and he don t want to make his brother feel disappoint and principal accepted In the Halloween Clay wasn t hanging out with his best friends and just stay in the home rest of the day That night cops were visit Clay s house and told to his mother and big brother that they are looking for Clay What the cops were saying was Someone threw the eggs and draw donkey on principal s house Clay explained to his family that he didn t go outside whole day except for school Clay decided meet principal after a day He met his principal and principal apologize to Clay that he doubt him After few weeks Clay won the art contest with his new donkey drawing He was a trouble maker but no For the main conflict in the story the cops were visit Clay s house because of principal s misunderstanding Someone threw eggs and drew donkey on principal s house and he thought Clay did it However Clay was staying in his home whole day so Clay decided to go to principal s house and meet him After the day Clay met his principal and had conversation with him and got apologize from the principal I liked the whole story because I saw the one boy who is trouble maker started to reminds his self and tried to fix himself Also his big brother was helping Clay to be a appropriate and good student It was so impressive The Seeds of Time that show Clay's own brand of The New Black troublemaking like Third Time Lucky (Oxford Blue, the most recent addition Two Hours the art Finding Us (Finding, teacher has said The Fall of the House of Usher/The Pit & the Pendulum/Other Tales of Mystery & Imagination they want and Clay decided The Girl in the Glass Tower that The Great Divide the bigges. 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Once a troublemaker always a troublemakerThere's a folder in Principal Kelling's office that's as thick as a phonebook and it's growing daily It's filled with the incident reports of every time Clayton Hensley broke the rules There's the minor stuff like running in the hallways and not being where he was supposed to be when he was supposed to be there But then. Clay Hensley is an impressive character Reminiscent of some of the best work produced by the great Barbara Park during her years as a novelist the construction of Clay s personality is inspired at every turn He s hilariously funny with a faultless ability to assess the riskreward of any situation and a smart enough tongue that he hardly ever gets in trouble for his shenanigans unless he wants to and even then he s good at talking himself out of any real trouble Like his brother Mitch before him Clay has been a troublemaking prodigy since his first days of school making mischief and talking circles of absurdist logic around the school s authority figures until they can no longer tell if punishment is appropriate or not Clay revels in the strength of the reputation he s earned over the years and why shouldn t he By now entering sixth grade Clay is one of the top dogs of his class in terms of popularity While he never fails for long to become involved in some kind of trouble Clay s roguery is always of a playful nature mostly poking fun at those in charge while eliciting laughs from his peers Sixth grade is set to be his best school year so far as popularity among the student body begins to rise in importance and having a reputation as a fun loving guy can be the best way of making new friends of either gender It may seem as if it s the picture Clay draws that changes everything but it really isn t With the way things were going Clay s confrontation with his older brother was inevitable and it just happens to be the picture that brings it about Clay is uite the rising artist in addition to his skill as a prankster but when he draws an unflattering portrait of the school principal to lampoon him in retaliation for a disciplinary remark he made to Clay a few days earlier he gets in trouble again This is standard fare for Clay what he did isn t bad enough for any serious punishment just a stern talking to and a few admonitions that future misbehavior will lead to steeper conseuences Clay almost seems to enjoy the interrogation in the principal s office though not nearly as much as does the receptionist Mrs Ormin It s been her duty privilege to take notes on every meeting between the irascible Clay and the principal since the boy started school and the most entertaining parts of her day always come courtesy of Clay s verbal high jinks Since Clay s brother now almost twenty was a lot like Clay when he was in school Clay looks forward to informing him all about the derogatory picture he drew of the school principal and how much fun it was to get a free shot at the man in charge What a surprise it is to Clay to find that his brother s short stint in jail has changed his outlook completely and the former rascal in whose footsteps Clay has been happy to follow wants no part of that old lifestyle Mitch has seen prison he knows what can be the end result when one s tricks and pranks escalate until they culminate in illegal activities he knows what it means to be afraid all the time and have one s freedom taken away and he s not going to let that happen to him ever again That s not the future he wants for his younger brother either and he lets Clay know it in no uncertain terms Things with Mitch sure are different now Clay sees and his brother s intensity surprises him than a little Yet Clay has always listened to what Mitch had to tell him in the past why should this time be any different Mitch has genuinely turned around his own life and he s not going to let Clay slip through the cracks of the system and get into really big trouble either if he can help it Using milder versions of the rigid disciplinary techniues favored in jail Mitch tries to reform his charmingly impish brother practically overnight and in doing so goes overboard in some respects restricting Clay s avenues of personal expression in ways that aren t likely to be helpful to the cause But Clay knows Mitch means business and his brother s fear of going down the wrong path has had its affect on Clay Maybe now really is the time for him to tone down his troublemaking activities he thinks to filter out the bad while keeping the lovable spontaneousness of his personality and giving others the chance to like and respect him for who he is not just the high profile pranks he commits Clay s resolve to take Mitch s regiment of self improvement seriously won t be easy to maintain The closer he sticks to the new plan however the better the chance that when an anonymous act of vandalism is traced back to Clay his denial of guilt will be believed by those closest to him his family friends and even one or two others whose opinions Clay had never previously valued Maybe he really can make this new lifestyle of a kinder less tricksterly Clay stick for good and he won t have to worry about ever facing the bad things that caused Mitch to finally make changes in his own life Maybe Clay s turnaround has happened just in time to give him a new start without all the baggage of the past able to make his way in junior high and beyond without the troublemaker label attached to his name If anyone is smart and capable enough to manage such a transformation it s Clay Hensley Andrew Clements does a nice job of bringing this story around full circle by the end tying up all the loose ends meaningfully and memorably Clay is someone I know I won t soon forget a lavishly talented and delightfully scampish boy who can be just as sensitive and sincere as he can be hilarious the kind of kid everyone should be lucky enough to have for a friend Because of Clay s presence in the book I would certainly consider two and a half stars for Troublemaker I had a good time with this story and I thank Andrew Clements for writing it

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T joke of all may be on him When his big brother Mitchell gets in some serious trouble Clay decideds to change his own mischief making waysbut he can't seem to shake his reputation as a troublemaker From the master of the school story comes a book about the fine line between good hud mischief and dangerous behavior and how everyday choices can close or open doo. Clay is a troublemaker He doesn t pull pranks to be mean or because he s angry but because his older brother was a prankster and Clay s following in his footsteps In fact when Clay uses his time in art class to create a hilarious picture of the school s principal as a jackass he can t wait to show Mitch and tell him the story of what happened But Mitch is for the first time unimpressed by Clay s prank Just home from a 30 day jail sentence Mitch knows it s time for him and Clay to turn their acts around Mitch makes Clay promise not to pull any pranks and to start working harder in school But when someone vandalizes the principal s house on Halloween all fingers point to Clay Can he prove his innocence While I like the subject of this book it s not one of my favorites of Clements The whole story is slight and uick and wraps up way too easily Clay barely has any trouble switching gears and I found the pat ending a bit hard to buy This might make an excellent choice for certain spirited children who might be heading down a bad path or driving you crazy Its slim page count will up the appeal for reluctant or high low readers but otherwise I d skip it and pick up Frindle No Talking The School Story or The Last Holiday Concert my favorites


About the Author: Andrew Clements

I was born in Camden New Jersey in 1949 and lived in Oaklyn and Cherry Hill until the middle of sixth grade Then we moved to Springfield Illinois My parents were avid readers and they gave that love of books and reading to me and to all my brothers and sisters I didn’t think about being a writer at all back then but I did love to read I'm certain there's a link between reading good books an



10 thoughts on “Troublemaker

  1. says:

    Whenever the kiddos and I finish a book we always ask the same uestion Okay now how many stars should Mommy give it on Goodreads? This time we were divided like no other time I said 3 they said 5 So we are settling on 4 stars though no party here is leaving satisfied The kids really liked this one They were really really into it I thought it was a bit awkward and in need of editing I've read some of the reviews and it s

  2. says:

    This book bugged me at the beginning Clay was so cocky and irritating to me Obviously the book is about his personal reform but you still have to hear about his attitude at the beginning Just FYI there is the repeated use o

  3. says:

    Clay Hensley is an impressive character Reminiscent of some of the best work produced by the great Barbara Park during her years as a novelist the construction of Clay's personality is inspired at every turn He's hilariously funny with a faultless ability to assess the riskreward of any situation and a smart enough tong

  4. says:

    WARNING CONTAINS SPOILERS In this book there are one sixth grader boy called Clay Hensley has many troubles in his Truman Elementary school His record book has filled with troubles that he made He likes to joke with his friends During the art class he drew his principal like a donkey and he went to principal's office again When he came back to home his big brother decided to change Clay to a good student and Clay promised to his big brot

  5. says:

    The book Trouble Maker by Andrew Clements is about a boy named Clay Hensley He is always getting in trouble for something almost every day This time he drew a drawing of a donkey and he put glasses and a mustache on it so it would look like his principal When Mr Kelling the principal saw it he was upset If he did something bad again he'd get in ten times bigger trouble So his bigger brother Mitch made him change complet

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    Trouble MakerAuthor Andrew ClementsReview by ; DominiueAndrew Clements the author of Trouble Maker was born on May 29 1949 in Camden New Jersey As a child Andrew enjoyed summers at a lakeside cabin in Mane there he spent his days swimming fishing and in the evening reading books He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Northwestern University and a Masters of Arts in Elementary Education from Nati

  7. says:

    One of the things that I especially love about working at an elementary school is the variety of children I get to meet This can be

  8. says:

    Clay is a troublemaker He doesn't pull pranks to be mean or because he's angry but because his older brother was a prankster and Clay's following in his footsteps In fact when Clay uses his time in art class to create a hilarious picture of the school's principal as a jackass he can't wait to show Mitch and tell him the story of what happened But Mitch is for the first time unimpressed by Clay's prank Just home from a

  9. says:

    6th grade book group Easy and uick read Thought it was a little too easy for 6th grade and lacking but in the end had a good message

  10. says:

    This book talks about a boy who loves making trouble He loves to make fun of people not bullying them just having fun But w

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