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by Josh Lieb

Download I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President ePub
  • ISBN 1595142401
  • ISBN13 978-1595142405
  • Language English
  • Author Josh Lieb
  • Publisher Razorbill; First Edition edition (October 13, 2009)
  • Pages 304
  • Formats mobi lrf azw doc
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1767 kb
  • Size Fb2 1994 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 904

Family Guy meets Election in this hilarious young adult debut!

Twelve-year-old Oliver Watson’s got the IQ of a grilled cheese sandwich. Or so everyone in Omaha thinks. In reality, Oliver’s a mad evil genius on his way to world domination, and he’s used his great brain to make himself the third-richest person on earth! Then Oliver’s father—and archnemesis—makes a crack about the upcoming middle school election, and Oliver takes it as a personal challenge. He’ll run, and he’ll win! Turns out, though, that overthrowing foreign dictators is actually way easier than getting kids to like you. . . Can this evil genius win the class presidency and keep his true identity a secret, all in time to impress his dad?


Can this evil genius win the class presidency and keep his true identity a secret . So when Oliver is nominated to be class president, an office his father won and held at a young age, Oliver sees his chance to wi. .

Can this evil genius win the class presidency and keep his true identity a secret, all in time to impress his dad?. Ollie is such a memorable and intriguing kid that I wish this book had a sequel so we can see the teen and/or adult versions o this character. So when Oliver is nominated to be class president, an office his father won and held at a young age, Oliver sees his chance to win parental approval. After quickly removing his two opponents, Oliver believes he has clear sailing to the office and paternal approval.

Josh Lieb is the the producer and show runner of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Josh Lieb is the the producer and show runner of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He was previously executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and has worked on such shows as The Simpsons and NewsRadio.

I am fairly certain I was only assigned to this class-which is far beyond my tested reading level-so he’d have someone to make fun of (besides Randy, of course).

I am a genius of unspeakable evil and I want to be your class president, by Josh Lieb. decides to run for seventh-grade class president, nothing will stand in his way. eISBN : 978-1-101-15093-1. I am fairly certain I was only assigned to this class-which is far beyond my tested reading level-so he’d have someone to make fun of (besides Randy, of course). I make him say my name again before I answer, I don’t know. Moorhead’s face crumples with disappointment, but his eyes shine with satisfaction.

So why is it that running for class president is so difficult? . And, of course, it’s funny in a rather enjoyably heartless manner.

So why is it that running for class president is so difficult? And what is it that Oliver really wants? Photographs, notes, illustrations, and other ephemera spot the text. Oliver reads like an escapee from Children Of The Atom. I Am a Genius marks the first time I’ve ever read a book where a character tried to play matchmaker in the hopes of making the two people more miserable than they would be apart. Great lines in it too. "The maternal instinct is strong in this one," for example.

They’ve been giving me weird looks all morning. Not mean looks, just weird. Any looks are weird, of course, since normally they don’t notice me at all. But these looks are especially weird. And they’re whispering to each other even more than usual. I didn’t pay much attention to this at first. After all, if you’re the only human at the zoo, you don’t really care when the monkeys start throwing poo at each other.

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That pretty much left Josh Lieb, an Emmy Award-winning writer and Executive Producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart . Things change for Oliver when someone nominates him to be class president

That pretty much left Josh Lieb, an Emmy Award-winning writer and Executive Producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, to his own devices. With a ton of free time on his hands, Lieb took to penning a young adult novel with the unwieldy title of I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to be Your Class President. Things change for Oliver when someone nominates him to be class president.

Oliver is truly an evil genius.

Though the book is mostly negative with regard to how other students, teachers, and Oliver's parents are characterized, it is clear that Oliver is just looking for approval from his father and his good heart wins out in the end. Positive Role Models & Representations. Oliver is truly an evil genius. He uses money and intimidation to pull strings behind the scenes, but pretends to be slow in public. When he describes other people, it is always in a derisive way. Tatiana is a bully with a sweet side, befriending and dominating Oliver.

This book has been on my reading list for a while, seeing as I fell in love with the concept merely with the title alone

This book has been on my reading list for a while, seeing as I fell in love with the concept merely with the title alone. You see, I am a genius of unspeakable evil and I was class president (Class of 2002, Howell High Schoo. have the varsity jacket to prove it), so naturally it was a given that I read this book. For varying reasons, I hadn’t fit it into my reading schedule until recently. My girlfriend’s car broke down, so that meant I had to drive her to her shift at .

Talk about I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President


xander
My 10-year-old son is dyslexic so he listens to a lot of audiobooks. This book was a long road-trip favorite, he listened to it once on his own with headphones and enjoyed it so much he wanted to listen to it over the car's audio so that I could enjoy it, too. He and I both enjoyed the book and I'm hopeful this turns into a (at least short) series.

This book was a little too old for my son's age (4th grade), but he's knows the difference between laughing about something that would be considered bad form in real life. So I wasn't too concerned. The only thing that stuck out of me was the usage of the word "slut" while describing another student. However, it did open a discussion between my son and I.
kewdiepie
I just love, love, love and adore this book! Do you have middle school kids or grandkids who don't really like to read? Kids who act like it's the worst chore ever to have to read a book? Kids who'd rather have hot wax poured all over their bodies than be forced to read? Well, THIS is the perfect book for those kids! With the slightest bit of encouragement, they actually *will* read this book and like it. Wait! Did I say, "like"? No, they will love this book. It also makes a marvelous present for all of the adult readers you might know who aren't so snobby that all they can allow themselves to read is Dostoyevski novels, Harold Pinter plays, or Ted Hughes' poetry.
Coiwield
I am a 7th and 8th grade teacher and found this book to be a real gem for middle school students; it's accessible, funny, a strong example of narrative voice, and it contains valuable themes and take-away messages. Some reviewers mention the bathroom humor as being a drawback; there is some, but it's not egregious and not the focal point of the book. From this adult's perspective, the meaningful subjects of bravery, fatherly love, acceptance, and confidence compensate for the 12-year-old humor. But Lieb knows just how to hook that age group. I look forward to adding this book to my classroom library as an option for some of my students that don't like reading because they have been dragged through too many "school books." It would be a great summer or independent read for a kid who fits that description.
Enditaling
This book was laugh out loud funny. ????I can't really give this book a age rating. The reader should be ten or above, but honestly you could be sixty and still enjoy this. Out of five stars, I would rate this twenty. It is one of the best books, if not THE best book I have ever read. ????Overall, it's humor was the best part. But also, the writing style, sarcasm, characters and art put together made this book explode in just... awesomeness. ????There just rant words for how good this book is.
Goltizuru
*I'm a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to be Your Class President* is fun. Even if sometimes odd or tedious, it kept me reading and finished in a more compelling manner than has any book I've read in recent memory. That close brings the son-father dynamic to the perfect forefront. It surely has a lot to do with me-as-reader, a son always looking for a father's approval; but I think this book must also resonate with others for its more general character, style, and message. After all, it's easily comparable to Dexter's Lab, and the protagonist (Oliver) is immediately linked to Dexter and his more schizophrenic and evil counterpart, Stewie (from Family Guy). It's a romp, in part at least, because little boys and their shaping of the world, especially the fantasy-reality interplay, well, they're fun to listen to.

If you want something comparable, but with even more wit and with a wondrous girl protagonist, try *Ida B.*
Nekora
I read this book with my son. We both read a lot of books, so when one stands out, it's a pretty big deal to us. I can't even tell you how many times this book had us cracking up. Thank you Josh Lieb, for writing a book that created such fond memories of reading and laughing with my son.
Ces
He said he laughed several times
I bought this book for my nephew based on an Amazon recommendation, something I rarely do. I have to say, Amazon nailed it. We gave it to my Nephew for Christmas and he absolutely loved it. There were at least half a dozen points in the book where he had to get up and read parts to us because he loved them too much to contain himself.