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explained The Janitor's Boy, review The Janitor's Boy, trailer The Janitor's Boy, box office The Janitor's Boy, analysis The Janitor's Boy, The Janitor's Boy e37c IT WAS THE PERFECT CRIME Unfortunately, It Also Led To The Perfect Punishment When Jack Rankin Gets Busted For Defacing A School Desk With A Huge Wad Of Disgusting, Watermelon Bubble Gum, The Principal Sentences Him To Three Weeks Of After School Gum Cleanup For The Chief Custodian The Problem Is, Jack S Anger At The Chief Custodian Was The Reason For His Gum Project In The First Place The Chief Custodian Happens To Be Jack S Dad But Doing Time In The School Basement After Hours Reveals Some Pretty Surprising Things About The School, About Jack S Father, And About Jack Himself explained The Janitor's Boy, review The Janitor's Boy, trailer The Janitor's Boy, box office The Janitor's Boy, analysis The Janitor's Boy, The Janitor's Boy e37c IT WAS THE PERFECT CRIME Unfortunately, It Also Led To The Perfect Punishment When Jack Rankin Gets Busted For Defacing A School Desk With A Huge Wad Of Disgusting, Watermelon Bubble Gum, The Principal Sentences Him To Three Weeks Of After School Gum Cleanup For The Chief Custodian The Problem Is, Jack S Anger At The Chief Custodian Was The Reason For His Gum Project In The First Place The Chief Custodian Happens To Be Jack S Dad But Doing Time In The School Basement After Hours Reveals Some Pretty Surprising Things About The School, About Jack S Father, And About Jack Himself

  • Paperback
  • 140 pages
  • The Janitor's Boy
  • Andrew Clements
  • English
  • 26 September 2019
  • 9780689835858

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



10 thoughts on “The Janitor's Boy

  1. says:

    I think this book is good because he got busted from his Principal so he needs to take out gum from each table in his school, he needs to help the janitor The janitor was his It was funny because he knows the janitor.

  2. says:

    This was a pretty cool book to read, I had to endure a few jokes from friends and family who saw me reading it Any book that carries a positive message or has a valued lesson to be learn, is a book worth reading and this book made the cut Granted its a kids book, and kids should read it Most important, adults can benefit from the message as well.P.S Dont sleep on kids book, you just might learn something.K s out peace

  3. says:

    The Janitor s Boy is an amazing quick to read book that explores the mind of a 5th grader In The Janitor s Boy the main character Jack messes around in school experimenting on what is the smelliest gum he gathers a bunch of watermelon gum and vandalizes a table in music Then he is ordered to do community service, cleaning up gum, which isn t as easy as you think it is after all who likes to pick up someone else s mess He doesn t really mind all of this the problem at hand is his dad, also known as the head custodian at his school Jack is a normal 5th grader who has a nose fit for a dog He takes the bus to school instead of driving to school with his dad so he can avoid the kids at his school seeing them together Sadly Jack constantly runs into his dad and Jack finds himself caught in the center of attention Even though Jack admires his dad, and looks up to him he doesn t like being made fun of after all who likes being the center attention of the peanut gallery The genre of this book is school related mysteries Throughout the book Jack discovers secrets one by one within his dad that he never knew, and secrets of the school and its history also are revealed The setting is set at the school Jack goes to, the vivid words that Andrew Clements helps the readers imagine pictures in their minds about Jack slowly discovering everything The journey Jack takes make students also want to be brave and courageous his brave guts guide him into wandering a secret room within the school So if you re interested about school mysteries, a kid s journey, while dealing with being made fun of in school, then this book is right for you The author of this book, Andrew Clements is awesome writer that usually writes about school and young kids The author also wrote the book Frindle, the story of a boy challenging the English dictionary and his English Teacher by causing a phenomenon calling a pen a Frindle which also talks about life as a child in school Reading his books will make kids want to be active within life and explore places within your reach Andrew Clements books in a way show the daring side of students, showing what young students are capable of like causing everyone to use a different word, or exploring unknown places Things can also be considered inspiration to some readers, inspiring readers to be courageous like the main character in the book So, if you have time and want to read a quick book The Janitor s Boy is a great book to read, the book about the student in a school with the head custodian as his dad Readers throughout all ages will enjoy this book as much as I enjoyed this book The book has a lot of mysteries about his dad and his past, as the book progresses secrets are revealed to the reader What will Jack find out Well you re going to have to read the book to find out Pick up a copy of The Janitor s Boy, after all skools are always kool.

  4. says:

    I have just finished reading the book called The Janitors Boy by Andrew Clements This boy is chewing up so much gum and makes a mess with it on the seat hiding behind a tall kid He knows that the janitor will have to clean it up and every one calls him john the janitor but jack calls him dad The author gives detail using descriptive words and makes it a very funny story I would never chew gum in the school because were not allowed to so we could never do a crime as jack did and you would get in lots of unwanted trouble As i said since i can t chew gum we i don t really connect with the story much.

  5. says:

    Personnel ResponseThis book could ve been better but it was alright I like books with action in them I don t think that this book is my type of book It was easy to read and it taught a good lesson about being responsible for your actions Plot The Janitor Boy is about a boy who gets into trouble putting gum under a desk Now the principal says he has a three week clean up duty He was mad at the chief custodian because he s the reason why he got into trouble and that he has clean up duty He gets teased by the other kids at school because his dad is the janitor During the time he spends with his dad he discovers that his dad does other stuff than just being a Janitor Now that he knows that he dad does other stuff in the school besides being a Janitor he thinks he is cool and alright.CharactersThe main character is Jack Rankin, he is a boy with a very sensitive nose He wants to find out what flavor of bubble gum has the worst smell This gets him into trouble and he has to do community service to get out of it Another character is Jack s dad, who happens to be the janitor at his school Jack and his dad don t get along to well at school He gets teased by the other kids because his dad works at the school.RecommendationI would recommend this book to middle school boys who would learn a lesson about how to behave in school The book teaches you about responsibility If you make a mess then it is your job to clean it up.

  6. says:

    Sometimes the truth comes from odd places Jack Rankin s dad is the janitor at his school To say he is embarrassed by this is an understatement And, it doesn t help that two popular bullies tease him about it endlessly So, Jack is determined to get back at his dad He deposits the biggest, messiest wad of gum underneath a music room desk, expecting that his dad will have to clean up the mess Little does he know that the music teacher can identify who left the mess Jack s punishment, issued by the vice principal, is to clean gum off of the all the other desks in the school Not only is he embarrassed now, he is humiliated, too Jack tries to think of new ways to get back at his dadbut, by coming in contact with his dad s co workers and friends, he comes to realize that his dad is one good guy and has a heart of gold He learns some things about his dad s relationship with his grandfather and his experience fighting in Vietnam All of these life experiences make John Rankin a dad to be proud of The Janitor s Boy is a novel of discovery and acceptance Jack s dad is so much than a janitor, or any job, for that matter He is man of quiet strength, loyalty, and compassiona perfect role model for Jack.

  7. says:

    Andrew Clements is just the greatest His books manage to convey the perspective of an adult and the viewpoint of a child They always make me laugh, and usually make me cry This one certainly did.The story of Jack Rankin s uneasy relationship with his father, a smart guy who somehow ended up as a school custodian, The Janitor s Boy gently pushes its protagonist toward understanding and conciliation.At the same time, the novel has acridly witty criques of a sixth grade bully festooned in logo rich attire, and a teacher in a lime green pantsuit who resembles a lizard getting ready to flip its tongue out to snap up a fly No worries Jack gets over on the both of them.Highly recommended.

  8. says:

    Classic Clements Not a great deal happens, but what does has profound reverberations, in a quiet and lasting way Elementary school student Jack is embarrassed by his father, John the janitor, and attempts to sabotage his workplace with chewing gum Things change when Jack is punished by having to work his dad s job and gains unexpected insights into what kind of man he is This works for both kids and adults It s splendid.

  9. says:

    Very sweet book that would appeal to girls or boys Boy is embarrassed by having his dad as the janitor at his school until he comes to really know his dad Emotions ring true and the story has enough plot to keep interest alive.

  10. says:

    This book had one of those Angry Young Child characters which I loath I almost gave up reading but the last third of the book was interesting and the character somewhat redeemed himself, but not enough to get a higher rating from me.

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