Oops! - eBook
Oops! - eBook  -     By: Bill Myers
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TJ learns the importance of speaking and thinking well of people even when they are difficult, thanks to the Thought Broadcaster Pen, which exposes the thoughts of everyone it hits. As usual, Tuna and Herby's attempts to fix the pen only make things worse-now all of TJ's thoughts become reality. As she fights not to return meanness to others (and to clean up the disasters her thoughts cause, like turning whiny TV star Hesper Breakahart into a giant baby), TJ learns from her dad a little more about how her mother handled things: she kept reminding herself that each of us is God's creation. And no matter how mean people may be, we all need to be loved.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781414380124
ISBN-13: 9781414380124
Ages: 8-12
Series: TJ and the Time Stumblers

Publisher's Description

The mishaps never end as TJ’s “helpers” from the 23rd century—Tuna and Herby—continue to study TJ as she learns the valuable lessons she’ll need to become a future world leader. In Oops!, TJ learns the importance of speaking and thinking well of people even when they are difficult, thanks to the Thought Broadcaster Pen, which exposes the thoughts of everyone it hits. As usual, Tuna and Herby’s attempts to fix the pen only make things worse—now all of TJ’s thoughts become reality! As she fights not to return meanness to others (and to clean up the disasters her thoughts cause, like turning whiny TV star Hesper Breakahart into a giant baby), TJ learns from her dad a little more about how her mother handled things: She kept reminding herself that each of us is God’s creation. And no matter how mean people may be, we all need to be loved. The same message also unfolds through a side story of classmate Chad Steel learning to treat a mean boy better.

Publisher's Weekly

Thelma Jean Finkelstein--that would be TJ--has grown a little accustomed to her invisible sidekicks from the 23rd century, Tuna and Herby, who continue to complicate her life as a seventh-grader at Malibu Junior High. In the third installment of the TJ and the Time Stumblers series, TJ must learn to watch her thoughts when Tuna and Herby's attempt to fix their Thought Broadcaster Pen backfires, so that whatever TJ thinks becomes real, which results in some real messes. Myers (profiled onp. 36) spins an inventive, hyperkinetic tale with a moral lesson hiding between the lines. Ages 9–12. (Sept.) Copyright 2011 Reed Business Information.

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