There is romance in this one, and it was surprising. His relationship with his grandfather was terrific. You have to read it yourself.
His grandfather was always a scene stealer, and like Matt, the grandpa at eighty some years old, is obsessed with girls too, and he is determined to win the heart of the widow across the street. I laughed my butt off. I enjoyed the characters, the hilarious escapades and the relationships.
A hilarious book that will have you laughing out loud. Also like Matt, Grandpa cooks up some hilarious schemes that had me giggling. It is light and fun. For Swim the fly last five years, the trio have set a summer goal. The three boys at fifteen are immature, and that means they thrive on crude humor, and they are sex obsessed.
This was the perfect light, funny read that I loved. And The Not So Much: This is the perfect book for when you want a mindless read. Summer stretches out in all of its glory for Matt and his two best friends, Coop and Sean. Aside from seeing a naked girl, the three friends also compete on the summer swim team, even though, none of them are great swimmers.
When their swim coach calls for volunteers to swim the fly, Matt steps up, hoping to impress Kelly. There is a confrontation toward the end between the brothers, and the older brother reveals some big feelings regarding their father.
It is a bit unexpected, and it stems from a long time friendship that blossoms into something more. Swim the Fly was a book that made me snort and giggle with laughter. She certainly changed over the year, but she used to date Tony, the star butterfly swimmer. I had a lot of fun with this book, and I am eager to continue the series.
At fifteen, the boys are obsessed with sex and the thoughts of seeing a naked girl. I liked when he stumbles into a life skills swimming class, and ends up pushing himself and transforming.
I wanted a better understanding of the relationship between the two boys and their father. All opinions are my own, and I was not compensated for this review. I borrowed a copy of this book from the library.
If you enjoy books that feature adolescent boys, a bit of crude humor and zany antics, this is one you should read.‘Swim the Fly’ is a raucous PG comedy. Don Calame, a screenwriter, serves up jokes and gross-outs in the style of filmmakers like Judd Apatow In the war between the sexes on the young adult bookshelves, ‘Swim the Fly’ occupies the low ground of offensive, knuckleheaded fun.
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SWIM THE FLY is a funny, cute novel about three best friends on a mission - to see a girl "in the buff." Every summer, the boys get together on the morning of their first day of summer swim team and set a goal/5.
swim the fly has to be a really fun book, its full of comedy and real-life experiences. being a swimmer I can relate to how he feels about butterfly stroke and the people we are Read more Published 11 months ago/5(60).Download