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The eyes of Kid Midas

Neal Shusterman

The eyes of Kid Midas

by Neal Shusterman

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  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magic -- Fiction.,
  • Eyeglasses -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Kevin is entranced when he finds a pair of sunglasses that turn his desires into reality, but then things start to get out of control.

    Edition Notes

    StatementNeal Shusterman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S55987 Ey 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185 p. ;
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1715540M
    ISBN 100316775428
    LC Control Number92017897
    OCLC/WorldCa26053694

    Eyes of Kid Midas Neal Shusterman, Author Tor Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ARTICLES. Buy this book A much-snubbed junior high school student finds. In the book, Eyes of Kid Midas, Kevin (the main character) goes on a field trip with his class. Bertrum, the class bully, beats up Kevin and his friend Josh. The next day Kevin and Josh decide to climb the mountain to prove to everyone that they are brave/5(2).

    Neal Shusterman (born Novem ) is an American writer of young-adult fiction. His book Skinjacker was a National Book Award winner and has comments from Orson Scott Card, BCCB, VOYA, and School Library Journal. The Eyes of Kid Midas ()Born: Novem (age 57), Brooklyn, New . In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read.

    It is the perfect children’s book about eyes to begin your learning and to ignite a child’s desire to want to learn more. We began our unit with this book. Why You Need to Read these Children’s Books about Animal Eyes. Although I am a huge fan of real images, this book is too adorable not to adore. The book opens with a note to parents on.   Parent reviews for The Eyes of Kid Midas. Common Sense says. One of the most exciting fantasy-adventures ever. age 9+ Based on our expert review. Parents say. age 13+ Based on 2 reviews. Kids say this book shows how a normal kid can find something (i.e. Video games) addicting and shows them what will happen if they play to much and what 5/5.


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The Eyes of Kid Midas is similar to the books I've read and shows I've watched about abusing a magical item, and everything will/can go wrong after. However, this book is kinda different to others because of a plot twist that was unbelievable in a good way/5.

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Kevin Midas is a seventh grader who gets picked on a lot. On The eyes of Kid Midas book camping trip he climbs to the top of a mysterious Indian mountain just at the summer solstice, and finds a pair of sunglasses there.

He soon discovers that they make his wishes come true, and he and his best friend, Josh, have a wonderful time wishing for everything they ever wanted.5/5. The Eyes of Kid Midas – Book Description. What if a seventh grader could have everything he wanted.

He’d make ice-cram cones materialize out of nowhere and zap up every video game he’d ever wanted, right. But what if he was also tired of being bullied and all it took to change that was to put on a pair of sunglasses. Kevin Midas’s new. Neal Shusterman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty award-winning books for children, teens, and adults, including the Unwind dystology, the Skinjacker trilogy, Downsiders, and Challenger Deep, which won the National Bookthe first book in his latest series, Arc of a Scythe, is a Michael L.

Printz Honor Book. He also writes screenplays for motion /5(28). The Eyes of Kid Midas - Ebook written by Neal Shusterman. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Eyes of Kid Midas/5(14).

A terrifying, somewhat confused reworking of a familiar theme: When Kevin Midas, smallest kid in class, finds a talisman that grants wishes but can't reverse them, events quickly escape his control.

Inspired by a legend of magic, Kevin, his friend Josh, bully Bertram Tarson, and Bertram's brain-free sidekick Hal race to the top of a mountain. Kevin, who arrives first, finds a pair of sporty. The Eyes of Kid Midas by Neal Shusterman at - the best online ebook storage.

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register now. On Read/5(2). The Eyes of Kid Midas is a good book for people ages 8- if adults like reading good kids' chapter books. This book is also probably more appealing to people who like fiction, adventure, and suspense. I really liked this book for many reasons, but the main ones are that it describes things exactly the way they would be in real life if a 5/5(5).

The Eyes of Kid Midas by Neal Shusterman About the Book Kevin Midas feels he’s not in control of his own life: he’s the current target of Bertram, the school bully (who has nicknamed him “shrimpoid”), and his parents tell him what he can and can’t do.

But when he finds a pair of magic sunglasses on a school field trip to a myth Book Edition: Reprint. A terrifying, somewhat confused reworking of a familiar theme: When Kevin Midas, smallest kid in class, finds a talisman that grants wishes but can't reverse them, events quickly escape his control.

Inspired by a legend of magic, Kevin, his friend Josh, bully Bertram Tarson, and Bertram's brain-free sidekick Hal race to the top of a mountain. Kevin, who arrives first, finds a pair of sporty Phone: () The Eyes of Kid Midas Neal Shusterman, Author Little Brown and Company $ (p) ISBN Midas's best friend, when a comic-book hero gets sucked into a black hole.

Kevin gets sucked. If I were to say The Eyes of Kid Midas was the best Neal Shusterman book I've ever read, I'd be totally lying--that would be either Unwind or Full Tilt.

In fact, when I began reading it, I half expected it to be among the worst (which, for those of you that have never read Shusterman, is still really really good). The Eyes of Kid Midas CHAPTER 1 Four-eyes Midas Eats a Pinecone When Kevin Midas first saw the mountain, it was in perfect focus, because his glasses were not yet broken.

The peak stood alone, like a single stone tooth that had been thrust up from deep within the 4/5(32). • The story is called The Eyes of Kid Midas because of parallels to the myth of King Midas. Another obvious influence is The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

Read those and other stories about people whose wishes come true with unfortunate consequences, and write an essay comparing one or more of them to Kid Midas/5(25).

The Eyes of Kid Midas Paperback – Nov. 10 by Neal Shusterman (Author) out of 5 stars 22 ratings. See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" CDN$ /5(22).

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Click Download or Read Online button to get the eyes of kid midas book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Eyes of Kid Midas (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. The Eyes of Kid Midas. Author. Shusterman, Neal. Publisher. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers.

Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Even though this book has a copyright ofThe Eyes of Kid Midas stays remarkably current. The technology that Kevin and Josh wish for is done in generic terms so as not to give away the time period, at least not too much.

The Eyes of Kid Midas contains examples of. All Just a Dream: Played and his teacher discuss the concept of the "Dreamtime," the idea that real life is just a dream. Later, reality merges with Kevin's dreams, evoking this trope.

Addictive Magic: As the story progresses, Kevin finds it harder and harder to stop using the glasses.; Bully Hunter: Once Kevin discovers the power of the. Get this from a library! The eyes of Kid Midas. [Neal Shusterman] -- Kevin is entranced when he finds a pair of sunglasses that turn his desires into reality, but then things start to get out of control.The Eyes Of Kid Midas Kevin Midas:D What about Kevin Midas Setting The Divine Watch The Devil's Chair Why a Mountain Did u See the Mountain What Character Need a Conflict What a Summary Whoa!!

Ohhhh That Resolution Why That Author Ohhh Its Neal Shusterman What there R.Sadly, Eyes of Kid Midas was the only book and there isn't a sequel but if there was, I would read it the day it came out. I would recommend it for kids because I think this book was written more for kids than adults.

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