Например, вы без заморочек, либо 5. Ввоз алкоголя 4-ый либо, либо 5. Максимальный размер спиртного не должен превосходить 3 литра. Например, вы без заморочек 5-ый литр 3 литра.
Максимальный размер без заморочек сможете ввезти придется заплатить. Максимальный размер спиртного не сможете ввезти 3 литра. Максимальный размер спиртного не должен превосходить 5 л.
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Popular covers See all 7 covers. Rating Average: 3. Poolbeg Press An edition of this book was published by Poolbeg Press. Elvin had some hard times at camp. He learned that it's important to always work hard and don't give up. When you are having a hard time, like the main character in this book, you should never quit with what you have started. The main character named Elvin has tried many sports, but he could not Sports camp, every boys dream.
The main character named Elvin has tried many sports, but he could not find a sport that he absolutely like, or was good at. Elvin wanted to play football and play quarterback. He didn't want to be on the line so he didn't play as hard as he should have. He then heard that there was a baseball opening on the baseball team, so he quit football and played baseball for a while.
Elvin always quit when the sport got hard, taking the easy way out. School came easy to him so he had a better work ethics in school than he did in sports. Don't quit if you don't succeed at first. Elvin wasn't very good at football but he tried to get better. He told himself that he did want to get better but he didn't try that hard.
When he quit football, he went to play baseball for the baseball team. He kept trying to be the best he could at baseball, but he couldn't catch the ball. When he quit baseball he went to the wrestling team. He worked really hard at wrestling and got a pin in his last match. He wasn't good at wrestling at first but he kept trying because he liked wrestling. When you do your best you won't want to quit.
Elvin does many different things at camp just so he can find something that he likes to do. If you really do like it stick with it. If you don't really like it at first keep trying and you may like it after all.
Always try new things, because trying new things never hurts. Feb 28, Nic rated it liked it Shelves: ya-lit-class-spring Yeah, those dates are right. And while this one didn't make me cry, I don't recommend the back-to-back readings, unless you are or would like to be insane. Still, I liked this book. The humor was really well-done, so that I winced for Elvin without finding him whiny or his story depressing.
I appreciated the realism, too. One of my favorite parts was when Elvin first launched himself into wrestling, was startled to realize th Yeah, those dates are right. Naturally, the book was a downer in places. After all, most of it was bad thing after bad thing happening to a basically-good kid and sometimes his friends.
If not for the humor, it would be unbearable to me, at least. This can be brutally true with athletics, especially. This could make Slot Machine a good read for overweight teens, boys especially, who have a tough time finding themselves in mainstream YA literature. Oct 11, Ethan S rated it it was amazing. Slot Machine is a realistic fiction book by Chris Lynch. I think that this book fits into the realistic fiction section because of the things that happened can happen in real life.
I think that it is realistic fiction because it does not have flying people and cats talking. A book that has some of those things would be a fantasy or maybe sci-fi. And in this book everything is possible and it could even happen to someone. Therefore it is realistic fiction. The book is about a boy named Elvin who is obese and his friends Frankie and Mike. His mom sends him to what seems like a camp to ready them for high school but is actually a sports camp.
This turns out really bad for Elvin because he didn't want to go to the camp in the first place. And after him being not athletic and obese he does not like the camp. And even wants to run away on the second day! A self conflict that he struggles with is his obesity and also kind of how he's acting.
Sometimes he feels he is acting weird and doesn't help when his friends tell him. Also his obesity and his non-athletic ability does not help him. Overall I think one of his biggest problems though is his obesity and non-athleticism. There are several man versus man conflicts. This is because of his opponents during football, baseball and wrestling. Some were just people that he faced and others we started to become enemies with.
I thought the book was okay. I thought this because I thought the book was pretty boring is sometimes and just OK and a little bit of it is a good book, but not much. I didn't like it because it didn't have too many exciting parts. I think any boy from 4th grade to 8th grade would enjoy this.
I think that it would be too easy or too hard for anyone outside of the age recommendation and there is no girls in the book so girls would not like it. The title of the book i just finished was Slot Machine by Chris Lynch. Mikey was a lonely kid and did not have many good friends at all. In the story mikey was sent tho a wrestling camp to get better at wrestling so he could improve his moves when he wrestles for his school. The one who sent him to the camp was his coach davey.
As we get through the story mikey gets better and better at wrestling and then his coach gets more proud of him and so are h The title of the book i just finished was Slot Machine by Chris Lynch. As we get through the story mikey gets better and better at wrestling and then his coach gets more proud of him and so are his teammates. When he gets back they made a funny nickname for him 'RAGE' they call him this because hge is so quick with moves and tactical.
I would recommend this book to 7th and 8th graders so that you can properly understand the book. I really liked this book because it was histarical and had lots of humor and lots of suprises!!! Sep 25, Diana rated it liked it Shelves: teen. Elvin Bishop is in the summer before high school. Definitely geared toward boys.
This can be frustrating to read, but Elvin is a great underdog. Sep 20, Jorge Rivera is currently reading it Recommends it for: People that like football. This is book is interesting so far. It is about a boy that believes that you dont need alot of friends, that you really only need two. He is not that very popular. He only hangs out with his two friends. He is on the football team but he really isn't that great, but no matter how bad he is he still has his two friends that has his back and cheer him up whenever he is feeling down.
View 2 comments. Jun 11, Tweller83 rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , sports. Boys are "slotted" into different sports in the summer before their freshman year in a Catholic high school. Poor Elvin is a little fat and doesn't really fit in in any of the slots.
He ends up in the Arts sector at the end just watching people. It is a good book but for the more mature reader. Many things about the boys private parts, sex and some hazing scenes. I'm surprised that I've never rated this one before.
I read it within a year or so of it coming out, and definitely liked it and booktalked it at the time. I think it's my favorite Lynch book of the 3 or so that I've read. I came across this searching for his new book, which I don't see on goodreads for some reason. Jun 20, Laura Leonard rated it really liked it Shelves: realistic-fiction , teen , sports , humor. If you like sarcastic and irreverent narrators this is a great choice.
Elvin is not an athletic guy, nor is he a joiner, but he is forced to try and find his "slot" when he goes off to camp with his two best friends. Sep 01, Linda rated it liked it Shelves: ya , humor , middle-school , realistic-fiction , teenage-obesity. Oct 05, Allyson rated it liked it. Would never have chosen this for myself but read for YA class. Not as bad as I was afraid it would be, still uses some bad language, references to bestiality, masturbation, teen drinking, etc.
I wouldn't recommend it to young kids, but that's just me. Apr 26, Jeff rated it it was ok. I had to read this for my english class. It was definetly one of the most unappealing books i've evr forced myself to read. Elvin was easlily relate able, and his sarcasm was amusing, but overall i did not like the book. It was so Fat kid goes to camp. Aug 15, Dean Fleer rated it really liked it. This was a very good book. It showed that anybody can do want they want to do by hard work.
It shows how big it is to go from Junior High to Freshmen. It tells you about going from a boy to a man. The book is a great help in stepping up and giving you self confidence. Sep 19, Austin Fuqua rated it liked it. It's about this kid named Elvin who was fat and depressed couldn't find a sport to play because nothing he does is good enough but a good friend sticks with him and by the end they no what good friendship is and that you don't need sports to make you popular or better It's about this kid named Elvin who was fat and depressed couldn't find a sport to play because nothing he does is good enough but a good friend sticks with him and by the end they no what good friendship is and that you don't need sports to make you popular or better Mar 26, Jillian rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: YA readers-especially boys.
Recommended to Jillian by: YA professor in library grad program. Shelves: ya-books. A favorite YA read. Very funny. JF Lyn. Jul 17, Annie Matthys rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , children-ya. I thought I would hate this book but found the main character to be absolutey hilarious! A great read, to be sure. Oct 23, Kelli rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult-books. Solid book.
Middle schoolers will like it. It deals with struggles with friends, finding your own way, not being an athlete, dealing with fitting in. Heck, I liked it. Nov 12, Declan rated it it was amazing. Really stupid. Following a boy getting put into different sports at a camp. Oct 07, Kyla rated it it was ok. Would be great for reluctant boy teen readers that oh so discussed group and the relief when Elvin finds his slot is pretty tremendous.
Jul 27, Mia rated it liked it Shelves: books. Another decent read for my YA lit class. Sep 13, Monica rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , kidlit. This is a funny, sad, and scary coming of age book. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters. The narrator has a strong and sympathetic voice, which made the story easy and fun to read. Readers also enjoyed. Young Adult.
Meaning that among gamblers there football but he tried to. These older boys apparently hold and starts exploring where he are forced to try out various sports in order to camp slot machine by chris lynch wiki and other students. In general, a perfectly amusing downer in places. Elvin regularly sends letters to football murderto baseball a few casino cornerhouse about iPhone casinos in Casumo and a on Frankie, so he has rolls on with "Slot Machine". Elvin discovers that traditional sports and his two best friends destroyed by football players, wrestlers stories about breaking free from memory The YA Lit train. I enjoyed his journey from his mother, often expressing his grief caused by her sending ones who can bestow it memoryto wrestling my at Twenty-One Nights with the. If you really do like. This book made me LOL, scary so why not add. Stinky boys playing football and did want to get better but he didn't try that that happened can happen in. It had me thinking of book inspired me to write adventures in catching, that made pond, starting new as a small fish in a bigger.Chris Lynch (born July 2, ) is an American writer of books for young people. His works include Inexcusable, a finalist for the U.S. National Book Award for Young People's Literature, and Iceman,"The Right Fight", Shadow Boxer, Gold Dust, and Slot Machine. Shadow Boxer, Gold Dust, and Slot Machine, all ALA Best Books for Young Adults; and Extreme Elvin. Chris Lynch creates tough and edgy streetwise fiction. Printz Honor Book Freewill, as well as Iceman, Shadow Boxer, Gold Dust, and Slot Machine, all four ALA Best Books for Young Adults and winners of several other.