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Loser
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  • First Published:
    May 2002, 224 pages
    Paperback:
    Aug 2003, 224 pages

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KZC (01/24/07)

LOSER
I think this book was very good and would make an awesome movie. I liked it a lot and am looking forward to start reading "CRASH".
Robert Sparrow (10/17/06)

Loser
I think Loser was an exellent book, I think it really shows you to look at someone with your heart not your eyes.
harry smith (03/22/06)

brilliant 10/10
i found this book really easy 2 read I thought it was adventourous even though it got sad at times i will always remember this book as the best book I have ever read.
aya (12/27/05)

Thank yuofor writing this book
This book is awsome i loved it!!! it is the best book ,it was so good that i chose it as my fave book in my g6 book report and i promise you i got an A on it and a long note from the teacher sayig that she loved the book report that she dicided to let all the class read it

Nice mve Miss.sibai(my teacher)
bob (11/09/05)

BAD BOOK!!
i thought this book was o.k. it was boring sometimes and sometimes i didnt even get it.it changed topic A LOT and at times it was just plain weird i wouldnt really reccomend this book to any one unless they like that kind of book. regrettably i did a book report on it this book stunk
C (11/08/05)

good/great
this book was about a boy named zinkoff who always loses.he dosn,t notice but everyone in school dose.


i think this book was great except at points i would drone off to somewhere else in the room but near the end i coundn,t stop when the bell rang!!!!!! its also a great book to do a report on. i recomend this book to people who knows how it feels to lose or get picked last!!!!
Jenna (10/30/05)

WOW!! A great Book~!!
(under 18)
The book was a very interesting book. At parts I think it could of been just a little better, but besides that the book was awesome! For instance the part when Zinkoff was actually in the race for field day he was just a pumping his arms away but was going nowhere!!! That was hilarious!
I think tha Donald Zinkoff is a great person!!! And I also think this was a GREAT book!!!!!!
J.P. (10/24/05)

Awsome Book!!
I'm almost 11 and I thoght that this book was great. It had all kinds of funny parts. I liked the part about where Hector was collecting his own earwax to make an earwax candle but he wouldn't take Zinkoff's earwax. Also, I think that that is how lots of other people treat others that way. That is mean but, lots of those kids are bullies. I think that it is sad but, you know thats how life is. Its Hard and Probably Always WILL BE!! I also read this book in class for our book club. We had to make a letter we had to respond in journals and also we had to make a project. This was an awsome book and I hope Jerry makes more of these funny types of books.

P.S. If you haven't reasd the book well START IT!! Its an AWSOME BOOK!! Take My Word!!

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