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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.

Product Details

Published:
April 1, 2013
Binding:
E-book

This is a great series and I love to read it out loud to my kids. thank you to tyndale.com for the chance to own such a great book for free

I found this book both hilarious and encouraging. It has a great message that becomes clear at the end of the book. I do want to address the negative review. While the author does poke fun at stereotypes, it is so over-the-top that I believe it becomes so ridiculous that it would never be taken seriously. The book is very fast-paced, the main character is just the kind of girl I could have related to in middle and high school, and I "totally dig" the storyline. Definitely recommend... and I'm a very picky mom when it comes to what I allow my kids to read. However, YOU know your kid. Read the book first (it takes about an hour) and then decide if it's right for them.

Oops! is a decent book for kids. It's definitely cheesy, but addresses the importance of speaking well of others & not even thinking negatively about others. The ending was rushed.