Family Ties: The Theory, Practice, and Destructive Properties of Relatives Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-12-25 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" ARC from EdelweissVery optimistic 14 yr old boy " said.

" Hilarious! I still think this is like "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" for the older kids. I would love to read a book from Tina's point of view. " said.

" Kevin's supreme confidence creates such a fun story to read. I have enjoyed all the Kevin Spencer books by Gary Paulsen, and this book is just as great! " said.

" This was a very cute book. Funny narration and goofy characters. I really liked that, while obsessive, Kevin's crush on Tina is based as mush in her personality as it is her appearance, which is a refreshing new trend in books for young readers. Overall, a very good read. " said.

" This is the 5th book in a series that I started last year. It is about a boy named Kevin who kinda reminds me of myself-so that is most Likely why I like it. This has to be my favorite book in the series so far. I am looking forward to the next book. " said.

" Kevin Spencer is back and this time sociology and the family unit form the framework for this fifth book in the Paulsen series. Another slim volume making it accessible and acceptable for many intermediate readers. Subtitled "The Theory, Practice and Destructive Properties of Relatives" a family wedding provides Kevin a perfect opportunity to show girlfriend Tina his potential as a future family provider.Crush is still my favorite in the series but this was a great runner up. " said.

"Family Ties by Gary Paulsen is the fifth book of the series. I must say that it is my favorite of the series. The main character of the book is named Kevin Spencer. He is mainly at school and at his house during the story. The conflict is when his entire family comes to have two weddings at once at Kevin's house. When they ask him to plan the whole thing, he feels lots of anxiety and pressure. I would recommend this book to anyone in middle school because I'm in middle school and I can relate really well.
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"I really liked that this centered on trying to bring the family together. I doubt any reasonable parent would let their middle schooler plan a wedding in their house. The obsession with Tina has moved in to the creepy stages. Katie and the neighbor kiddo are my favorites. They help Kevin from loosing control on his constantly growing chaos. It is unreasonable for him to still believe that he can take on so many things by himself and that they will turn out. I really wish he would get a lesson in Quality vs Quantity. " said.

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