- Title: SuperFan (WWE)
- Author: Jeff Gottesfeld
- ISBN: 9780448456119
- Page: 432
- Format: Paperback
Winning the title of WrestleManiac sounds pretty awesome, especially for a twelve year old die hard WWE fan The WrestleManiac gets the opportunity of a lifetime the chance to carry the defending champ s belt at WrestleMania, not to mention a trip to the event and the possibility of meeting the champ Problem is, first you have to win a nationwide competition, and WWE fWinning the title of WrestleManiac sounds pretty awesome, especially for a twelve year old die hard WWE fan The WrestleManiac gets the opportunity of a lifetime the chance to carry the defending champ s belt at WrestleMania, not to mention a trip to the event and the possibility of meeting the champ Problem is, first you have to win a nationwide competition, and WWE fans can be kind of competitive Read along as one kid does whatever it takes to win the title of WrestleManiac, even if it means bodyslamming the competition
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This kid named Shawn Reynolds dad is deployed to Afghanistan. His dad's favorite sport is pro wrestling. Pro wrestling was having a competition for 4 kid contestants who had the best video they submitted, and Shawn decided to make one for his dad in Afghanistan. He got picked as one of the four contestants and he has to go through all of the challenges. If he wins the competition he is the Pro Wrestling Superfan and gets a full scholarship to college. His mentor is Rey Mysterio and he comes and [...]
I got this as a gift from Phil Vecchio and wasn't expecting much. Most of the book is a pretty standard plot of a kid overcoming the odds to win the WWE Superfan contest, facing off against a couple nice kids and one big bully named Spike. Yep, Spike. Very subtle. Our hero makes it to the finals of the contest at WrestleMania to face off against the evil Spike. This is where things got pretty nuts and made me glad I took the brief time it took me to read this book. First we have a bizarro Wrestl [...]
Some kids (and some families) are crazy about WWE. Me, I barely know what the letters stand for even though I have had a student of mine explain about wrestling and why she liked it so much. At any rate, this book successfully tells the story of a "superfan" of WWE and the contest he entered to become that superfan. It throws in some good-old fashioned American patriotism too, as the father of the young boy is serving in the US army. Well-written and entertaining, a must-read for kids who enjoy [...]
Predictable, but decently entertaining for a former wrestling fan. I'm sure my current WWE fans would go bonkers for this book.-----------Ugh, the things I read for my students. Hoping this will be better than it looks and sounds to me, 'cause I can't say I'm looking forward to it--although I'm pretty sure I can find some readers for this in my classroom.
This book was great. The book was very descriptive and had a lot of good words. I know it is fiction and all but the things the kid did like ride in a limo with wrestler and do these competitions with kids that want to hurt him seems like something couldn't do with there pg- ara.
I felt the characters were a bit stereotypical/flat, but I think boys and WWE fans would really enjoy this book.
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