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Ndbreaking Joey Pigza series brings the beloved chronicle of this wired wacky and wonderful boy to a crescendo of chaos and craziness as everything goes topsy turvy for Joey just as he starts to get his feet on the ground With his dad MIA in the wake of appearance altering plastic surgery Joey must give up school to look after his new baby brother and fill in for his mom who hospitalizes.

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The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza Joey Pigza #5Herself to deal with a bad case of postpartum blues As his challenges mount Joey discovers The Key eBook a key that could unlock the secrets to his father's whereabouts a mystery that must be solved before Joey can even hope that his broken family might somehow come back together—if only it doesn't pull him apart firstThis title has Common Core connection.

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  • Missy

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5When I finished what I thought was the last Joey Pigza book I was despondent I loved Joey Pigza and I knew I was going to miss him Well what a delight to see The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza on the new books shelf And how wonderful to meet his baby brother Carter And to encounter Olivia the most angry difficult character ever depicted in children's literature And IMHO one of the best depictions of a person with a disability Anyway Joey is still Joey only better While he's not hampered by his less than helpful parents it's still hard for a kid to take care of a baby even if Carter is the perfect Pigza And Olivia is still Olivia only better and badder It's funny and sad and wacky It's perfect Pigza But I'm sad again I've heard that this truly is the


  • Cindy Dobrez

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5This last installment is the darkest book in the Pigza series Joey always makes me laugh but there's always the dark undercurrent in these stories Joey grows up a little in each book and Gantos always leaves us with hope that if not all will be well with Joey it will be as good as he and his dysfunctional family can make it I will be interested to see how my 6th graders take to this one I certainly have some who are living Joey's life in one way or another Lane Smith's new cover art for the series is a win


  • Erica

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5The events severely strain credulity and although some young readers will have personal or familial experience with ADHD post partum depression alcoholism divorceestrangement blindness andor babysitting they may not realize that what unfolds is totally implausible Let's just pretend that it really could happen If so then we all need to put down our novels and get busy fixing things because this should never happen On the other hand if Gantos knows that this whole giant mess never would really happen then how does he expect young readers to recognize this is only a comedy of errors not dark reality Especially when the tone of the whole book is in line with coping with darkest realityI strongly believe that even in the worst case scenarios the school nurse would NOT simply hand him a replacement medical patch not bother to


  • Monica Edinger

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5Reviewed for Horn Book Here's a uote from it on the Barnes Noble site but go find and read the whole review I'm darned proud of it Readers of all ages are going to cheer Joey on as he heroically deals with one over the top situation after another By the time this final book of the series as elegantly and propulsively written as the others draws to a close you know that no matter what the future holds Joey's inner strength and smart sweet nature will prevail The Horn Book STARRE


  • Linda

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5The final book in the series shows Joey again dealing with his crazy parents and the traumatic childhood they are giving him Joey is older now and has become the man of the family He adores his new baby brother and he is determined to make sure his brother turns out better than Joey This is such a touching aspect of the story The story is a satisfying conclusion to the series but I am still left with a feeling that Joey's parents will continue to fail him


  • Kristine

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5How do you rate Joey Pigza I read Gantos' Newbery winner Dead End in Norvelt and reviewed it as I just wasn't the type of reader for this book Now that it's well established I'm not a fan what in the blazes do I do with this little disgusting genius of a bookI haven't read any other part of the series and I'm not sure how much this stands on its own which is one of the reasons I don't think it was upper echelon Newbery worthy The addition of the blind girl that I had no background or prior knowledge of was a bit hard to swallow What it succeeds in doing is making you uncomfortable on purpose in genius ways Gantos knows exactly what he's doing and what kind of reactions his content will inspire His middle grade hero with ADHD is trying to return to school when he's called home to watch his baby brother while his mother checks herself into the hospital for post partum depression


  • Barbara

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5For the last time author Jack Gantos returns to beloved character Joey Pigza and his exceptionally messed up family While Joey tries to go back to school after a stint at homeschooling by his mother things at home are not good His mother is suffering from acute depression and worried that she may harm her new baby Carter Jr Joey's father is on the lam having disappeared after having a face lift that isn't healing properly When his mother checks herself into the hospital Joey must stay home and take care of his baby brother while thwarting his father's plans to start life fresh with the new baby Joey has enough to deal with in trying to get himself on an even keep once again and find the medical patches he uses to counteract his ADD but with the help of his wisecracking blind


  • Erin

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5This is a hard one to review I read all of the Joey Pigza books and I find them to be so thoughtful so meaningful so sad and yet so hopeful at the same time Joey's descriptions of ADD are what I believe to be spot on It's so sp


  • Marcia

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5Oh boy It's been a while since I have visited with Joey Pigza and this latest and final installment in the series was a doozy I am totally biased when it comes to Jack Gantos the man is a genius He pulled out all the wacky stops on this one and if y


  • Sara Truog

    FREE READ È The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza (Joey Pigza #5) The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza , Joey Pigza, #5When his mother enters the hospital to combat mental health issues a boy must stay home from school to care for his baby brother keep him safe from their delinuent father and stay pawzz i tive Fifth in a seriesDaniel and I both read this novel which the Heavy Medal bloggers shortlisted for their Mock Newbery award this year and both of us thought that the bloggers totally missed the mark I am the first to admit that we have not read any prior Joey Pigza novels but I thought that if they had selected this book it must be such a wonderful work that it would stand alone In my opinion not the case Chaotic depressing and boring Sorry but I really wouldn't recommend this one Pigza fans please tell me why I'm wrong