SWIM THE FLY EBOOK
Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Calame has a screenwriting background, and it shows—his ppti.info: Swim the Fly eBook: Don Calame: Kindle Store. Swim the Fly, Book 1. Three adolescent boys with a single goal: see a reallive naked girl. Fifteen-year-old Matt Gratton and his two best friends, Coop and Sean, always set themselves a summertime goal. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight Then Matt falls in lust with beautiful swimmer Kelly West and. Don Calame is the author of SWIM THE FLY, BEAT THE BAND and CALL THE SHOTS.
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Sequel: Beat the band. Fifteen-year-old Matt and his two best friends Sean and Coop, the least athletic swimmers on the local swim team, find their much. Swim The Fly. Three boys, one summertime goal: to see a real-live naked girl. Fifteen-year-old Matt Gratton and his two best friends, Coop and Sean, always set. Three adolescent boys with a single goal: see a real naked girl. The result? Razor-sharp. Rapid-fire. Raunchy, of course. And beyond hilarious. Fifteen-year- old.
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Razor-sharp, rapid-fire, and raunchy, of course. And beyond hilarious. Fifteen-year-old Matt Gratton and his two best friends, Coop and Sean, always set themselves a summertime goal. This year's? To see a real-live naked girl for the first time — quite a challenge, given that none of the guys has the nerve to even ask a girl out on a date. But catching a girl in the buff starts to look easy compared to Matt's other summertime aspiration: About The Author.
He lives in Br Swim The Fly Format: Paperback Dimensions: April 13, Publisher: Candlewick Press Language: The following ISBNs are associated with this title: Customer Reviews of Swim The Fly. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart.
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Age of the child I gave this to: Hours of Play: Tell Us Where You Are: Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 3 out of 5 by Hello from I didn't really love this book I borrowed this book from the library for a school project and it's not a book that I will ever read again Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Booster from Hilarious Didn't expect it to be so good A really entertaining novel, albeit really immature.
Great for teen readers. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ken8 from Wonderful book!!
I liked the length and the atmosphere of this book. By the end of the book, he isn't quite as shallow. There is romance in this one, and it was surprising. I liked the way the romance developed. It is a bit unexpected, and it stems from a long time friendship that blossoms into something more. It was sweet, subtle and just right.
There is a confrontation toward the end between the brothers, and the older brother reveals some big feelings regarding their father. I wanted a better understanding of the relationship between the two boys and their father.
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It wasn't apparent as to whether or not the boys had any contact with their dad after their parent's divorce. The three boys at fifteen are immature, and that means they thrive on crude humor, and they are sex obsessed.
It is light and fun. If you don't appreciate teenage boy humor, you won't like this one. Swim the Fly was a book that made me snort and giggle with laughter.
This is the perfect book for when you want a mindless read. When we were ten, it was riding our bikes fifteen miles away to Perry Lake and skinny-dipping.
When we were twelve, it was going to the Fern Creek Golf Course every day until we collected a thousand golf balls. Over the past few years, the goals have become more centered around girls and sex. Two years ago, each of us had to get our hands on a Playboy and show it to the others. Last year the ante was upped to finding an illegal password for a porn site. Maybe if we were even a little bit cool, or had any chance of getting girlfriends.
We make it to Rockville Avenue Pool just in time to hear Ms. Luntz, our swim coach, calling the team over for a meeting. Luntz is a gourd-shaped woman who wears her blue-and-white Speedo stretched to capacity underneath denim short-pants overalls. Her legs are thick and pockmarked, and purple worm veins bubble up beneath the see-through skin on her thighs.
Luntz squawks. Before winter comes. It was pretty sick.
I feel my stomach lurch now just thinking about it. We walk along the edge of the adult pool toward the deep end where the diving boards are. A sea of blue and white Lycra.Jun 23, Matthew rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Thus ensues lots of disastrous yet hilarious plans and workouts.
The three boys at fifteen are immature, and that means they thrive on crude humor, and they are sex obsessed. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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He lives in British Columbia. The white whistle she wears on a black string around her neck like a talisman.
But if you take a look at the teen section of most bookstores you might get a clue as to why. Before winter comes.