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Already a legend Change is good but sometimes leaving things the way they ve always been is better Lawn Boy Returns P 16 In some ways Lawn Boy Returns is better than Lawn Boy The main character s uirky grandmother who is reminiscent of Irene Flynn from Gary Paulsen s Molly McGinty Has a Really Good Day has a larger role in this book and it works But what I ll remember about Lawn Boy Returns is the main character s method of coping with stress sitting alone on his riding mower and waiting for his head to clear
There s something about looking at the picture of the turtle and the s something about looking at the picture of the turtle and the on the "Throttle That Puts Everything In "that puts everything in Right now life was in rabbit mode By looking at life through that lens he nows his isn t beyond reclaiming He needs to throttle back closer to turtle speed and he ll catch up with things soon enough There are benefits to slowing down to turtle mode when circumstances overwhelm you As with Lawn Boy not every plot point makes sense in this book and that s why I only give it one and a half stars It s laugh out loud funny at times though and enjoyable for what it is If you liked Gary Paulsen s Mudshark or Six Kids and a Stuffed Cat I think you ll be pleased with Lawn Boy and Lawn Boy Returns I rated this book a three because it was an easy read but at some times it Lawn Boy Returns I rated this book a three because it was an easy read but at some times it difficult to understand with all the different people This book is about a boy named Lawn Boy that is a millionaire because of his lawn business He started out as just a lawn business Now it is a gutter lawn and pool business He has many people targeting him because he is so young and already has his own business He decides to uit his business and just decides to live like a Charming the Firefighter (In Shady Grove, kid from now on Now his friend Arnold owns the business I recommend this book to people who like funny stories Lawn boy returns is a good book for people who like businesses who are ran byids I think the book was good because it made me want read and not put it down even in the parts that were boring I still didn t put it down I thought it was a funny book espacialy at the times when he looks out the window and says he doesn t want all the girls outside The author Gary Paulsen is a really good author and every book I have read of his I have liked I have wanted to read this book for a long time but have never had the time Now that I have read the book I m glad that I did I think this seuel was way too dependent on the first one almost half of the book is spent explaining what happened in the first one which I did enjoy a great deal Don t really understand why they split the story into two especially since they both were so short Love Paulsen but this was ind of a strange deal. A TV interview made me famous As Arnold says “Capitalism plus publicity euals monster commerce” Even my best friends wanted a piece of the action Meanwhile some scary guys showed up at Joey’s gym. Part two of the story is even unbelievable than the first book When things begin spiraling out of control with his mowing business a message from his grandfather causes lawn boy to reassess his priorities Law boy returns Remember lawn boy well he s back and his prizefighter JOEY POW is now a champion This new odd character named Zed lurks arouond and ind of has behavior problems I also think that a 12 year old boy is a little young to own a lawn mowing business that makes him very whealthy Lawn boy returns is as funny as the first lawn boy but is very different still because in the first book is when he starts and he s a close by business so in the second he is famous Now people want autographs from him I think these books uite disappointing after reading the previous book There was a lot of potty humour and felt pretty much like a repeat of the cop devious book Lawn Boy is back with adventures success and problems Gary Paulsen began the story with Lawn Boy Now Lawn Boy Returns wraps up the wild ride with a very satisfying conclusionLawn Boy s troubles start the morning his grandmother and his very own prizefighter show up with Zed supposedly a long lost cousin Lawn Boy suspects that Zed is nothing but trouble and he is right The next thing you Everwar (Cal Leandros, know the media get wind of Lawn Boy s story how one twelve year old went from mowing lawns to running a business and business really starts booming Arnold the genius stockbroker who advises Lawn Boy brings on staff to deal with the mounting troubles The IRS wants tonow how he made so much money so fast Shady business men want Joey Pow to throw his next fight Lawyers want to sue anyone or everyone Not to mention just how is he to explain the strange turns his life has taken to his two best friends now home from summer vacation and camp I think the book was great It s about a boy name wasn t shown in the book who has is own lawn care service He also a boy name wasn t shown in the book who has is own lawn care service He also a boxer named Joey Pow The boy even has his own stock for coffins thanks to a stock builder named Arnold The boy isn t alone on his lawn care service however he has a few employees that give a hand with some of the lawns Everything that I mentioned happen all because the boy got his "deceased grandpa s old lawn mower for his twelfth birthday Paulsen Gary Lawn Boy Returns RandomWendy "grandpa s old lawn mower for his twelfth birthday Paulsen Gary Lawn Boy Returns RandomWendy Books 2010 ISBN 978 0 385 74662 5 F 1299Gr 4 6Yes that s right he s back In this witty seuel to the much beloved Lawn Boy six weeks have passed and his business has expanded his employees have uadrupled his prize fighter has been asked to throw a fight by a gangster and his parents have gone on vacation Lawn Boy is again confronted with very adult problems like. Gary Paulsen’s funny follow up to Lawn Boy is full of big surprises and big laughs Lawn Boy says The summer I was twelve mowing lawns with Grandpa’s old riding mower turned into big business With ad.