Aug 05, 2020
Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-made Catastrophes
Posted by Lenore Look LeUyen Pham

What s so scary about a birthday party Alvin Ho can tell you, if he s not too frightened to speak 1 You might be dressed for bowlingbut everyone else is dressed for swimming 2 You could get mistaken for the pi ataor worse, the donkey, and get a tail pinned on you 3 Someone might say hellod expect you to say hello back.4 You could eat too much cake 5 YouWhat s so scary about a birthday party Alvin Ho can tell you, if he s not too frightened to speak 1 You might be dressed for bowlingbut everyone else is dressed for swimming 2 You could get mistaken for the pi ataor worse, the donkey, and get a tail pinned on you 3 Someone might say hellod expect you to say hello back.4 You could eat too much cake 5 You could throw up So when Alvin received an invitation to a party a girl s party how will he ever survive

  • Title: Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-made Catastrophes
  • Author: Lenore Look LeUyen Pham
  • ISBN: 9780375863356
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Allergic to Birthday Parties Science Projects and Other Man made Catastrophes What s so scary about a birthday party Alvin Ho can tell you if he s not too frightened to speak You might be dressed for bowlingbut everyone else is dressed for swimming You could get mistaken f

    Shawna

    I was disappointed with the constant playing Indians that occurred throughout the book, particularly as Look never addressed how such activities are distressing to living Native Americans and can be particularly damaging to children.Normally I find the Alvin Ho books to be funny, but my discomfort ruined anything humorous that might have been in the book.


    Wendy

    Sure, it s all getting a little formulaic and schticky, but still good Same good gender bending gender exploration stuff as in the first two books I would feel remiss if I didn t mention the unfortunate playing Indian plot, which is really strange seriously, how do these things still get through agents and editorial staffs Look writes a delightful multi ethnic cast, then has them playing Indian complete with chief and princess costumes throughout the book without a meta comment How is this even [...]


    Wendi Lee

    I m annoyed The first two Alvin Ho books were great, they were funny and interesting and featured a non stereotypical Chinese American boy as the main character It s rare to read a book with an Asian American character without an immigrant story attached, and as much as those stories are important and relevant, books with Asian kids just being kids are equally important Alvin is obsessed with dressing up in a caricature of a Native American deluxe Indian chief costume Blerghhh There are even ill [...]


    Amy

    If there was anyone who could tell me how to survive a girls party, it was my cousin Bucky Her real name is Lizard Breath She s a girl She s eight going on eighty eight, which means she was born with a teacup in her hand and a purse on her elbow She goes to an all girls school, which is where no boys are allowed on account of they might ruin things.I love Alvin s voice I think he s hilarious maybe a little too hilarious for a second grader And now that I ve paid this book a compliment, I m going [...]


    Maya Orama

    This story is about Alvin ho he was in the school bus sitting next to flea, a girl, while his brother and his friends were playing around miss p told them to stop, So they did stop flea was telling Alvin about the fun trip they are going to have flea told Alvin that their going to see Henry Thorea Alvin was already frightened about it he was very scared he was thinking how scary the grave will be like Finally, the bus stopped they were at the grave yard, then Alvin saw the grave of Henry Thoreau [...]


    Clare Cannon

    I love Alvin his books are such a great combination of childish humour that s still funny for adults too , little boy attitude that means well so you can t get annoyed and a genuine love and respect for his parents that just melts me There s a tiny bit of boy humour too but actually it s quite funny and doesn t take over the whole book, I don t think it goes too far Some of my favourite moments in this one Alvin s shopping with his mum, who wonders how long it s been since the two of them spent [...]


    Irene

    Once again, Lenore Look brings us a funny and quirky book about Alvin Ho, a second grader trying to make his way in a world full of scary things As always, I love the way Lenore Look casually incorporates multiculturalism and diversity Alvin just happens to be Chinese American, and his classmates include Nhia, who is Cambodian, and Flea, who wears an eye patch and has a limp In fact, it is because Alvin Ho books are usually so inclusive that I am especially disappointed that this particular book [...]


    Arsh M

    I am currently reading Alvin Ho 3 by Lenore Look I am at the part where Alvin and Flea are at a field trip to a cementry and meet a famous author named Ralph Waldo Emerson I think me and Alvin Have somethings in common like we both like writing and like field trips I think the author does a good job of describing the characters like he makes Alvin scared like when he when he sees the grave he gulp and hides behind Flea and makes flea not really a girl like nobody knew that Flea was a girl and sh [...]


    Jocelyn Brame

    I m very disappointed with this installment in the Alvin Ho series The portrayal of children playing Settlers vs Indians was unnecessary, and Alvin s fixation on needing the perfect Deluxe Indian Chief outfit with fringe was troubling This perpetuation of reducing Native Americans to stereotypes is unacceptable.


    Kathleen Roberts

    Sweet and funnyJust right for read aloud s and also independent reading My nine year old loves it Album and how it s funny, relatable, and always manages to do the right thing even if it s tough at first Plus it s really swag


    Jen

    Look, L 2010 Alvin Ho allergic to birthday parties, science projects, and other man made catastrophes New York, New York, Schwartz Wade Books.Alvin Ho is an elementary aged boy who is a bit of a hypochondriac He has a Personal Disaster Kit PDK everywhere he goes, just in case anything should happen to him He is old enough to know that he doesn t like girls, although he does have some girl friends He gets teased about it at school, so he tries to impress the boys so he fits in better with them In [...]


    Katie Fitzgerald

    Alvin Ho Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man made Catastrophes written by Lenore Look, and illustrated by LeUyen Pham is the third book about Alvin Ho, a second grader who is allergic to just about everything The first two installments saw Alvin and his PDK personal disaster kit taking on such terrors as piano lessons, the class bully, a camping trip, and getting trapped in a dishwasher box This time around, he s plagued by a field trip where Louisa May Alcott clones wo [...]


    Desty

    Saya menunggu kelanjutan dari serial Alvin Ho sejak terakhir membaca buku yang kedua Tapi sepertinya memang belum ada yang menerjemahkan lagi Setelah mencari cari ebooknya, akhirnya ketemu juga Entah kenapa saya suka dengan tokoh anak kecil penakut dan absurd ini.Kali ini Alvin Ho dan teman teman sekelasnya sedang melakukan tour mengunjungi beberapa rumah milik penulis terkenal Yang Alvin ketahui pemilik rumah yang juga penulis terkenal itu sudah meninggal ratusan tahun yang lalu Bagaimana caran [...]


    Beth G.

    The third installment of this series about worry ridden second grader Alvin Ho runs along the same lines as the previous two Alvin is still carting his PDK Personal Disaster Kit everywhere he goes, still making lists, and still trying to navigate the tricky spots where the world of girls and the world of boys intersect, especially since his best friend happens to be a girl There are some very touching moments when Alvin gets a little bit of guidance from his father, while Alvin s struggles to co [...]


    Angie

    Drat Book one was funny and book two was even funnier Book three meh Almost didn t laugh out loud at all and for an Alvin Ho book you know that is a disappointment until about three fourths of the way through when Alvin goes to the mall with his mother to look for a birthday present for a friend He s upset because he wanted something And your mom is sweating from dragging you through the mall, and giving you that look that says she should have just ordered something on the Internet Remind me, my [...]


    EOL Juv Staff

    Alvin opens his third book with a list of things that could kill him It includes karate chops, pork chops, chopsticks, and, of course, the kiss of death which is why he has to carry around a PDK Personal Disaster Kit wherever he goes We soon learn that the timid hero also has allergies to shopping, hospitals, and finger sandwiches But the perpetually afraid and paralyzingly shy Alvin always seems to survive the disasters that are thrown his way, whether it s a field trip to a cemetery or a girl [...]


    Edward Creter

    Like certain Chinese dishes, Alvin Ho is sweet, sourd chicken His third advent has him actually working on his greatest fear of all time, the one all men share girls He meets the ghost of Louisa May Alcott at a special museum in his native Concord, which isn t helping much since Ms Little Women herself is, yeah, a girl and representative of SCARY WOMEN Then the ULTIMATE HORROR His best friend, a girl no less, has invited him to a girls party Insert proper scream here Can Alvin endure the unspeak [...]


    Jen

    Another fun book in the Alvin Ho series While I still wouldn t recommend this for children reading by themselves because of Alvin s whininess, cry baby tendences, and fear of everything and lack of learning about any of the things he s afraid of as a way to help alleviate those fears I do think the books would be enjoyable for children and the lack of redeeming qualities could be resolved if kids have an adult to read along with them In this story, most of his terrors involve girls parties, so w [...]


    Rachael

    There is a lot to like about this story, but after reading reviews by Native American readers I am unsure how to rate this book Although I generally have my feelers up for cultural insensitivity when I read, I m embarrassed to admit that, while reading, it didn t occur to me how a Native child would feel about Alvin his friends playing Natives and Settlers But the I ve thought about it, the I understand why the stereotypical depiction is problematic in this day and age So I feel very conflicte [...]


    CalvinKwon

    Alvin wanted to go to a boy s party but his dad thought he should go the girl s party since they were on the same day and same time Alvin bought a present for the girl s party but he thought he shouldn t go so he wore the present and went to the boy s party And at lunchtime at school, Alvin forgot to bring his nice bowtie shirt so the class took off all of their shirts off and started passing them around to other kids And when they had their school picture, Alvin recognized that he was wearing a [...]


    Victoria Whipple

    Alvin Ho is back, and he s still scaredof school, of girls, of dead authors, and Alvin s big problem in this book is that he s invited to a girls party He doesn t know what to expect at a girl s party, so he seeks advice from his older brother and his cousin, who is a girl They both give him advice, but you ll have to read the book to find out if it serves him well He has another problem when his class goes on a field trip to visit the homes of some of the dead authors of his hometown, Concord, [...]


    Keith

    Another great addition to the Alvin Ho series His character is so fun and quirky that you can t help but love him He s a real kid and that shines through in so many ways Look finds the perfect blend of silly and real by having the situations Alvin finds himself in be very real, but Alvin s imagination runs so wild that we get silly fantasies about what is happening and what might go wrong flashing through his head I much prefer this scenario to the too typical pure absurdity found in other juven [...]


    Brett

    Alvin can t believe that the Powers That Be could get things so wrong when he wished upon a star to be invited to a friend s birthday party, he meant one of the guys who hang out in The Gang So how come, when the invitation came, it was for a birthday party for Flea She s actually pretty cool for a girl, butwell, she s still a girl , Alvin s pretty sure that a tea party could be the single most terrifying thing ever to happen to him.Similar to the other two Alvin Ho stories lightweight funny but [...]


    Rebecca McPhedran

    Another great Alvin Ho adventure This one spins around being invited to birthday parties He is invited to a girl party and surprise, surprise is scared to death He really wants to be invited to a boy s party, and bummer wasn t invited to the party he wanted Some of the highlights of the story include trying to set a world record, trying to turn invisible, and there is a strait jacket in there somewhere A really quick read he is such a love able character.


    Gwen the Librarian

    I skipped the second Alvin Ho book because I loved the first one so much, I was too nervous to read the second But then, this year, everyone has loved the third so much, I had to give in and read it I was laughing out loud the whole time Something in Alvin resonates so much in this one, the whole concept of the creepy dead authors and their clones had me in stitches The Ho parents continue to be well drawn and endearing this is my new favorite fictional family.


    Debra

    I know I enjoy these books, but I got the kid s stamp of approval this weekend when I was visiting my 7 year old nephew He had to do 10 minutes of sustained reading and he was balking at taking the time out of his day I suggested we all sit and read with him for 10 minutes and I offered my kindle to him and talked up this book He read for 30 minutes, laughing and reading portions to us out loud.


    Will

    This is the third hilarious chapter book in the series about Alvin Ho It is a boy who s afraid of everything For example, what could possibly be so scary about a birthday party You might be dressed for bowling, but everyone else is dressed for football But this is a great book for anyone You don t have to read the other books to follow the series.


    babyhippoface

    While the original Alvin H remains my favorite, I still liked this one Two things I could have lived without the gas passing bits but little boys will love those the clothes swapping before pictures I just found that a little unbelievable However, I will always love Alvin, Alvin s parents, and especially my favorite, Flea and Lenore Look for bringing them to life.


    Katie Bruce

    Probably my least favorite Alvin Ho books thus far Still charming, but this one just seemed to lack some of scenes dealing with Alvin s interpersonal relationships that make the first two so great I wanted of him and Flea More of Alvin and his dad Still, it was okay Fans of the first two will probably enjoy this one as well.


    Heather

    I love Alvin Ho He is afraid of everything and carries around his PDK personal disaster kit that includes everything from band aids, escape routes, and masks for scaring away girls Alvin thinks his life will end when he gets invited to a girls birthday party Alvin can t even talk to girls I love the part where his dad helps him make a list of things to do when talking to a girl.



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