Book Reviews of Pardon Me, You're Stepping on My Eyeball

Pardon Me, You're Stepping on My Eyeball
Pardon Me You're Stepping on My Eyeball
Author: Paul Zindel
ISBN-13: 9780553239751
ISBN-10: 0553239759
Publication Date: 9/1983
Pages: 199
Reading Level: Young Adult
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Publisher: Bantam Doubleday Dell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Strange and zany- a kids book for older kids and teens, or for grownups who remember being awkward. A love story between two awkward teens with fantastic names- Marsh Mellow and Edna Shinglebox.
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This is a wonderful book for teens!! Very interesting!
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The Hilarious adventures of two misfits- Marsh Mellow & Edna Shinglebox. "I love the school cafeteria in fifth period because there's a girl in there with long, straight, black hair, whose name is Edna Shinglebox, and she looks as freaky and depressed as I am.
That's Marsh Mellow talking. He writes hate letters, keeps a raccoon his pocket and thinks the whole world loathes his guts. Then he meets Edna, bombards her with insults, blasts her with outrageous lies and drags her on a horrendous, wild goose chase halfway across country in search os someone who doesn't exist! There's just one thing Marsh doesn't understand--Edna Shinglebox likes him.
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This is a great story about friendship. Zindel makes the characters seem very real with very real problems. They come alive in a very fun story, that is hard to put down.
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From the back cover: "The hilarious adventures of two misfits - Marsh Mellow and Edna Shinglebox. 'I love the school cafeteria in fifth period because there's a girl in there with long, straight black hair, whose name is Edna Shinglebox, and she looks as freaky and depressed as I am.' That's Marsh Mellow talking. He writes hate letters, keeps a raccoon in his pocket, and thinks the whole world loathes his guts. Then he meets Edna, bombards her with insults, blasts her with outrageous lies and drags her on a horrendous wild goose chase halfway across country in search of someone who doesn't exist! There's just one thing Marsh doesn't understand -- Edna Shinglebox likes him."
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From back cover: "I love the school cafeteria in fifth period because there's a girl in there with long, straight, black hair, whose name is Edna Shinglebox, and she looks as freaky and depressed as I am."

That's Marsh Mellow talking. He writes hate letters, keeps a racoon in his pocket and thinks the whole world loathes his guts. Then he meets Edna, bombards her with insults, blasts her with outrageous lies and drags her on a horrendous, wild goose chase halfway across country in search of someone who doesn't exist! There's just one thing Marsh doesn't understand - Edna Shinglebox likes him.
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the zany supercharged novel of Marsh Mellow and Edna Shinglebox- tow unforgettable teenage outcasts who tackle life...and love for the first time!