posts on 4/3/2009 10:49:41 AM
I am a reading specialist and a fourth grade class I work with is reading your books for a read-a-thon my school is doing. They think you are a terrific author and enjoy your books. They would like to write letters to you. Is there an address that the letters could be sent? Thank you.
posts on 3/19/2009 7:13:37 PM
Dear Andrew Clements,
you inspired me to write my own books i would like to know if my book got published if i could dedicate it to you
please write soon
posts on 3/10/2009 3:44:36 PM
Hey! I'm Duncan in 4th grade and I would like to know if it is possible for me to e-mail Andrew Clements!!! I mean I'm a HUGE fan! Really! My class is doing an author study and I can only read two books 'cause I read ALL the other ones. So ya. Please post it if you know! And ONLY e-mail because I will really only do that. It may be email@example.com but I don't think so.
Mr. Hogan's Class
posts on 1/26/2009 1:39:35 PM
I teach school in Utah and in my fourth Grade class we have been reading all of your books. I have the students read your books in literacy circles. They love them. I have enjoyed watching them talk about how the book are so cool. Its fun for me also. I can't wait for your new books. I go right out and buy them for my class. My students would love a letter from you or something. They really love your books.
posts on 1/21/2009 12:41:47 PM
I am writing a letter to Mr. Clements and I need an address. Help Me!!!!!-
posts on 1/17/2009 12:13:16 PM
can you please tell the addres to send a letter because im doing a report
posts on 1/5/2009 3:28:36 PM
I would like a physical address where I can send letters written by my students to Andrew Clements. Thanx
posts on 11/28/2008 5:38:35 PM
I love your book "Things Not Seen", it is so interesting. And I'm yet going to read "Things Hoped For."I really enjoy your books very much and I hope to read them all! Thanks for making such freat books!
posts on 7/14/2008 2:56:38 AM
Hamburg, 10th July, 2008
Dear Mr. Clements,
We, Antonia and Anna students from gymnasium Hochrad (Hamburg) have read your book “Things not seen” in our class.
From our point of view the book is very interesting and sometimes really funny.
We liked the idea about the friendship between the blind girl called Alicia and the invisible boy called Bobby.
In addition to this we could identify with Bobby who turned invisible, because it's really realistic.
But there were also things we didn't like.
For example you described some situations very detailed, although they weren't very important for the story.
All in all your story was really good.
Yours faithfully Anna and Antonia.
posts on 7/10/2008 7:54:24 AM
Dear Mr. Clements,
We are from the Gymnasium Hochrad in Hamburg, Germany. In our English lesson, we have read one of your latest books: “Things not seen”.
From our point of view the book was awesome so we had to write this e-mail. The book has motivated us to write our own stories.
The part where Bobby went into the kitchen and told his parents that he is invisible, was pretty funny, but also a little bit strange because Bobby isn't seen when he don't wear anything, and his parents didn't see him so he had been naked when he ate his breakfast?
The part where Alicia didn't want to be kissed from Bobby, was not so good, because they work together the whole book so we think the ending should be better.
Sunny and Leonard