➬ Drivers Ed Author Caroline B. Cooney – Ivogue.co.uk

Drivers Ed Driver S Ed Was Like So Many Things In School If The Parents Only Knew.


10 thoughts on “Drivers Ed

  1. says:

    4.75 Bunch of perverts in this church, Taft whispered to Morgan Joseph has two wives, one king s a girl, and Queen Joanne the Normal s in charge page 194 195


  2. says:

    Horrid Forced to read it for English class, as part of a unit on pleasure reading Had strong words with my teacher on the subject of what did and what did not constitute pleasure reading.


  3. says:

    This book is about 2 teenage kids who decide to make a bad mistake by stealing a road sign The teens who decided to steal this sign were 3 16 year old teens Their names were Morgan Campbell, Remy, Nicholas Budie the only teens that have had a lot to do with it was Nicholas Budie, Morgan Campbell because Nicholas was tdriver but every night late at night he would drive around staeling signs and Morgan was in it because he ...


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not a good read The beginning was nice but then it turned into some depressing teen tragedy The only think I kind of liked was the writing style, and I still skipped paragraphs This is the first book I ve read by this author, and I am still trying to keep an open mind that the rest aren t as bad as this one It was well written, but had I known this was what it was going to be like funny at first then a stupid accident, then peopl...


  5. says:

    NovemberDriver s EdCaroline Cooney In this book, three kids are taking driver s ed classes Then one night they decide that when they were driving home they would steal a road sign This turned out to be a very bad idea because a few days after the theft they saw on the news that a woman had died, because she did not know the roads...


  6. says:

    This book was very poorly written The plot was so predictable and cliche that it was a struggle to readthan the first few chapters I like many others was forced to read Drivers Ed.i was forced to read it in Sop...


  7. says:

    It taught me to think before I do something that helps me but can probably hurt others.


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When really good, normal kids do something that has bad results, does that make them bad kids Does the entire world change when something bad happens because of something you didn t think about before you acted Do your parents stop loving you if you make a mistake Remy, Morgan and their friends are about to find out This book should be must reading for all eighth graders, because then there wouldn t be nearly as many high school students who don t realize that there are consequences to the When really good, normal kids do something that has bad results, does that make them bad kids Does the entire world change when something bad happens because of something you didn t think about before you acted Do your parents stop loving you if you make a mistake Remy, Morgan and their friends are about to find out This book should be must reading for all eighth graders, because then there wouldn t be nearly as many high school students who don t realize that there are consequences to their actions.Key issues Consequences, friends, family, courage to speak up, peer pressure, blackmail, pranks.Major Characters Remy A good girl, Remy winds up in the position of needing to tell the adults that she loves that she has done something wro...


  9. says:

    Drivers Ed is one of the many dramatic and impacting novels written by Caroline B Cooney It basically talks about these ordinary and naive high school students in their driver s education class who eventually learn the importance of the class from a horrific and fatal event involving a few of their classmates that will change their lives forever The story starts off as a normal routine for the main characters, Remy Marland and Morgan Campbell, who obviously have strong feelings for each other Drivers Ed is one of the many dramatic and impacting novels written by Caroline B Cooney It basically talks about these ordinary and naive high school students in their driver s education class who eventually learn the importance of the class from a horrific and fatal event involving a few of their classmates that will change their lives forever The story starts off as a normal routine for the main characters, Remy Marland and Morgan Campbell, who obviously have strong feelings for each other throughout the book Despite the fact they both have a very strong desire of receiving their driver s license their Drivers Education Class becomes simply a class where they do nothing but dream of e...


  10. says:

    Author Caroline B CooneyTitle Driver s EdGenre young adult novel Publication Info Dell 1996.Recommended Age 11 and olderPlot Summary Remy and Morgan are friends who are taking driver s education together Their teacher is very aloof He does not bother to get to know the students names, and he inadvertently allowed Remy and Morgan to drive together several days in a row because they were wearing the other students nametags Those who were not driving stayed in the classroom to watch mo Author Caroline B CooneyTitle Driver s EdGenre young adult novel Publication Info Dell 1996.Recommended Age 11 and olderPlot Summary Remy and Morgan are friends who are taking driver s education together Their teacher is very aloof He does not bother to get to know the students names, and he inadvertently allowed Remy and Morgan to drive together several days in a row because they were wearing the other students nametags Those who were not driving stayed in the classroom to watch movies The two friends soon get the idea to do a scavenger hunt with road signs Unfortunately, the last one they pick up is a crucial stop sign They find ...