Ungifted

ungifted

Ungifted by Gordon Korman

Scholastic Canada, 2012. 9781443119207.

Interest level: Grades 5 and up.

Donovan Curtis is definitely not gifted. So how did he end up at the Academy of Scholastic Distinction surrounded by gifted kids who do math for fun? After pulling a prank that should have gotten him into major trouble, Donovan needs to hide out where no one would ever think to look for him. It will take dodging a grumpy dog, fooling suspicious teachers and building a fighting robot to help Donovan discover some new friends in the most unlikely of places.

12 thoughts on “Ungifted”

  1. i would rate this book 2 and a half stars out of five. but don’t get me wrong. gordon korman is my favroite book writer but this book lackes something i just don’t know wat 😛

  2. best book i ever read, so discripted and and love the characters and loved katie she was so much like a older sister. but i thoght it was a little hard to under stand when they changed people in chapters but other wise it was great you should read it 10 out of 10!!
    JBM4

  3. This book is the best book I’ve ever read. It has a combination of sad, funny and pure awesome! At first I thought it was confusing when the author changed who was talking with each chapter but after I got used to it I found it very unique. This book is great it is a 10 out of 10 for me!
    JBM4

  4. Ungifted is really good except when the author changed the perspectives of people I had no idea until like a 5 chapters ahead of the book. But otherwise it was a good book 🙂

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