Jasper John Dooley: You're in Trouble

Jasper John Dooley: You're in Trouble

Caroline Adderson / Aug 23, 2019

Jasper John Dooley You re in Trouble After soccer practice Jasper accidentally chooses the wrong drink from the vending machine It s fizzy and syrupy and tastes so so good but Jasper knows it s so so Bad He sneaks some sips on the way

  • Title: Jasper John Dooley: You're in Trouble
  • Author: Caroline Adderson
  • ISBN: 9781554538089
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After soccer practice, Jasper accidentally chooses the wrong drink from the vending machine It s fizzy and syrupy and tastes so so good, but Jasper knows it s so so Bad He sneaks some sips on the way home, then hides it in the fridge That evening, Jasper has so much energy that he can t sleep The next morning, he feels awful, but for the rest of the week, Jasper can tAfter soccer practice, Jasper accidentally chooses the wrong drink from the vending machine It s fizzy and syrupy and tastes so so good, but Jasper knows it s so so Bad He sneaks some sips on the way home, then hides it in the fridge That evening, Jasper has so much energy that he can t sleep The next morning, he feels awful, but for the rest of the week, Jasper can t stop himself from sneaking sips of the Bad drink and doing and Bad things He bends the rules at soccer, gets his best friend in trouble at school and lands himself in a Very Embarrassing situation Will Jasper s secret drink be discovered Will he be Bad for the rest of his life

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    About "Caroline Adderson"

      • Caroline Adderson

        Caroline Adderson grew up in Alberta After traveling around Canada, she moved to B.C to go to university and has mostly lived there ever since She started writing seriously after university, eventually going on to write two internationally published novels A History of Forgetting and Sitting Practice and two collections of short stories for adults Bad Imaginings and Pleased To Meet You When her son was five, she began writing seriously unserious books for young readers Very Serious Children I, Bruno and Bruno For Real Her contribution to the Single Voice series is her first really serious book for young readers and her first book for teens.Caroline s work has received numerous prize nominations including the Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist, the Governor General s Literary Award, the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize, and the Commonwealth Writers Prize A two time Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize and three time CBC Literary Award winner, Caroline was also the recipient of the 2006 Marian Engel Award, given annually to an outstanding female writer in mid career in recognition of her body of work She also won the 2009 Diamond Willow Award voted on by lots of nice kids in Saskatchewan for her children s novel Very Serious Children.Caroline keeps writing for readers of all ages every day She also does a little teaching at Simon Fraser University and hangs out with her husband, a filmmaker, their 10 year old son, and their naughty dog, Mickey, a Jack Russell terrier who is very lucky to be cute or she would never get away with all she does Caroline s advice to young writers is to read, read, read and write, write, write, and never get a Jack Russell terrier.


    798 Comments

    1. A bit heavy-handed on the no-fizzy-drinks message, but it was a cute story. Like a younger Joey Pigza or a male Ramona Quimby.


    2. Jasper John accidentally gets the wrong drink from a vending machine and gives in to temptation to try it out. Wow! The tingles go all the way down when he swallows. Jasper takes the drink home, hides it in the back of the refrigerator and sips on it for several days. Each day, he gets into more and more mischief due the high-octane drink. A delightful book with lots of fun.


    3. I'm still enjoying this series. Jasper John Dooley is a pretty realistic kid -- annoying, but endearing.Note: I received a digital review copy of this title through NetGalley.


    4. In his newest adventure, Jasper John Dooley accidentally purchases a high-caffeine energy drink from the vending machine after soccer practice. After only a few sips, Jasper becomes so wound up he can't sleep. The next day, he begins misbehaving at school, and doing Bad things. Though he would like to go back to his usual self, the temptation to steal sips of the drink - hidden in the back of the fridge where his parents can't find it - overwhelm him, and he becomes convinced he will never be go [...]


    5. I won a copy of Jasper John Dooley: You're In Trouble in a giveaway. I requested it even though I hadn't read any of the series and was pleased to discover that the book stood on its own. It's a cute story about a little boy named Jasper (who seems to be about five but the book doesn't actually say how old he is). Jasper accidentally drinks an energy drink and gets into hyperactive hijinks. The text is clean, easy to read, full of character, and supported by occasional pencil illustrations. Jas [...]


    6. Disclaimer: I received an electronic galley of this book from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.I mostly liked this book. Although it has been two months since I finished reading it, I still remember quite a bit of it--which I consider, for a fiction book, quite memorable. The descriptions the author penned are vivid and lively. I could see the world around Jasper John Dooley as if I was watching it over his shoulder. I appreciated the unease and guilt that Jasper John Dooley felt [...]


    7. Jasper is at it again and this time he has High Energy from an energy drink he accidentally got from a vending machine. It literally turns him into a torpedo and he goes around the house and school at lightning speed, constantly bouncing. He calls it the Bad Drink because he thinks it makes him do bad things. He doesn’t realize that one can of the drink equals over ten cups of coffee! The energy from the drink ends up getting Jasper into a situation that lands him in the emergency room where h [...]


    8. I can't get enough of this series featuring the irrepressible Jason John Dooley. In this installment, readers get to see the out-of-control side of the elementary schooler. After accidentally choosing a sugary high-energy drink from the vending machine after a less-than-successful soccer outing, the book's protagonist has an extreme reaction to the drink, becoming increasingly hyperactive and then lethargic. Because he hides the beverage in the refrigerator, he manages to keep sneaking sips for [...]


    9. JASPER JOHN DOOLEY is a humorous early chapter book series by Caroline Adderson. The first four books in this series are now available.Designed for children ages 7 to 10, Jasper John Dooley is introduced in STAR OF THE WEEK. In LEFT BEHIND, Jasper experiences sadness and confusion when his grandmother leaves for a week-long cruise. The third episode titled NOT IN LOVE deals with early elementary relationships between girls and boys. In the fourth episode, YOU’RE IN TROUBLE, readers experience [...]


    10. Given To Me For An Honest ReviewJasper John Doooley: You're in Trouble by Caroline Adderson is a book that will bring smiles, chuckles and laughter on your face as you and your children read it. This book is for school aged children. Independent readers will learn lessons to make good choices and how to deal with feelings. There are short chapters which make it easier for the children to read. Jasper John Dooley gets a "bad drink" that he shouldn't have. He hides it in the refrigerater. He sneak [...]


    11. When Jasper John gets money to get a drink from the vending machine, he makes the bad decision to get an energy drink instead of water or apple juice. After a few sips, he can’t stop making other bad decisions. The drink makes him buzz like a bee, which he likes, but it also makes him feel terrible when it wears off. This illustrated beginning chapter book has some definite kid appeal as Jasper John explores his bad side by doing things he normally wouldn’t like wearing his Tuesday underwear [...]


    12. This is my first Jasper John Dooley, and I am hooked! He is a boy with a lint collection and an amazing ability to get himself into trouble, no matter what. Jasper accidentally chooses a high-caffeine drink from a vending machine, and the results are: bad, if you're Jasper John Dooley; hilarious if you are the reader. An early chapter book with delightful drawings, this one will have you chuckling until the end.


    13. This was a great kids book for explaining why high energy drinks aren't so good for them. The best part was that the kid's friends were encouraging him to stick to good drinks and get rid of the bad ones. Im not sure that a kid reading it wouldn't see drinking an energy drink as something not to try unless someone was explaining it some more. But overall a fun book and I can't wait to read it with my nephews. I received this book as a first read.


    14. I have twin grandsons and we read the book together.They also read it themselves. All of us thought it was quite funny and enjoyable. Both boys could relate to the antics in the story. I would suggest it is a good book for anyone. Especially the 4 to 9 ages. It is a wonderful read along and bedtime story. I won this book from . Highly recommend it.


    15. Jasper John is gassed up on an Energy Drink and his parents can't seem to figure out why he is soooo jumpy! Fun self-reading book for 3rd or 4th grader. Not too preachy. Get's into the caffed-up mind of a young boy with funny results. Not great art here, but good for a rainy day.


    16. This is the first book I have read in this series and it is AMAZING! This is my champion book this series; JJD is quite a character. Regardless of age; anyone who reads this will be rolling on the floor laughing.


    17. Jasper John is a likable character but would be hard to handle in real life. Good beginner chapter book and series.


    18. Hilarious!! Read the whole book in 20 minutes and cackled the entire time. Early readers will devour this one .




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