The Homework Machine by Dan Gutman is a book that kids will love and read quickly. Everyone wants their homework done faster, but is it really worth it in the end? It was a treat getting to know the different cast of characters in this book. Each chapter was a month of the school year and consisted of different interviews. I knew something had happened because of the people who were being.
The Homework Machine (eBook) by Dan Gutman (Author), isbn:9781442407091, synopsis:Doing homework becomes a thing of the past! M.
The Homework Machine is about a machine named Belch that does kids homework for them. The D-squad, Judy Douglas, Sam Dawkins, Kelesy Donnely and Brenton Damagatchi use it because they think they have too much homework. The problem is a kid named Ronnie Teotwawki is catching on because he sees them go to Brenton's house every day. Will Ronnie catch them and spoil their secret? I like the book.
Print book: Elementary and junior high school: Fiction: English: 1st edView all editions and formats: Summary: Four fifth-grade students--a geek, a class clown, a teacher's pet, and a slacker--as well as their teacher and mothers, each relate events surrounding a computer programmed to complete homework assignments. Rating: based on 1 rating(s) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects.
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The Homework Machine. by Dan Gutman Reviewed by Lizzy D. The Homework Machine by Dan Gutman was a very entertaining book about 4 main characters; Judy a very smart girl, Sam and Kelsie who are both slackers and Brenton who invents the homework machine. These four children who are often called “The D Squad” at the Grand Canyon School start using a machine that Brenton invented.
The Homework Machine Book Trailer In The Homework Machine by Dan Gutman, four kids find a machine that does homework. What if you never had to do homework again?
I recently read the book The Homework Machine, by Dan Gutman. It is written in the form of an interrogation with about four characters. The main character is Sam Dawkins, who thinks that he is the coolest thing to walk the planet, whose father is in the war in Afghanistan. Brenton Damagatchi, a “mutant dork,” from his class shows him the Homework Machine he made that does his homework for.