Help! Somebody Get Me Out of Fourth Grade! #7 (Hank Zipzer)

Book 7 of 17 in the Hank Zipzer Series
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 5R4.624968

It's time for the end of year parent-teacher conference, and Hank's in a panic. He's afraid that his teacher is going to tell his parents that he has to repeat the fourth grade. So Hank creates an elaborate scheme to have his parents win an out-of-town trip so they're gone during the conference days. Of course, the plan backfires. Will Hank have to stay in fourth grade forever?

Hardcover, 160 pages
Published on December 16, 2004 by Grosset & Dunlap
ISBN-10: 0448436132
ISBN-13: 9780448436135
4 Book Reviews
  • belle252
    belle252over 2 years44 stars
    This is a nice book about a boy named Hank who is not the best student you will find. School is almost over and he there is one question that bothers him: Will he be able to continue to the next grade? He launches massive effort into the question like looking in a book, sending his parents for vacation, but all of his efforts fail. Finally, his parents attend the conference and Hank imagines what bad things his teacher is going to say. Probably something like "You're child is the biggest loser of all time and can not go to the next grade." Will he continue his journey or will he stay stuck in 4th grade and be a "loser?" This is a good book with interesting plots, plot twists, and an exciting climax.
    • mclark2020
      mclark2020over 2 years55 stars
      The authors do a great job entertaining the reader with many funny events in this book. At times the reader feels bad for Hank, but, one has to laugh at the trouble he always seems to find himself in. I definitely recommend this book, especially if the reader needs a laugh.
      • fudagiwunyalmost 5 years
        i definitely recommend it.
        • laughlikeme
          laughlikemeabout 8 years44 stars
          It was pretty good. You are wondering if this plan of his is going to succeed and is he syaying in fourth grade or not. But, all in all, it's a pretty good book.