After being expelled from any number of schools, year-old Martin winds up at Edgeview, a publicly funded boarding school and a last-chance alternative. Books: Hidden Talents, David Lubar fanfiction archive with over 1 stories. Come in to read, write, review, and interact with other fans. Hidden Talents is the debut young adult novel by writer David Lubar. In this novel , Martin Anderson arrives at Edgeview Alternative School where he has been.

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Hidden Talents Summary & Study Guide

Just lost the review I wrote for this. He is certainly not a worthless piece of rubbish to me. As a book club activity I’m planning on doing some experiments with Zenner cards like they did in the book.

View a FREE sample. The place is too much for you to handle by yourself, even if you think you can do it. This is proof positive that the publishing companies that give books to classroom teachers at NCTE are not wasting their money.

Jun 28, Becky Birtha rated it liked it Shelves: Its very ironic because Martin is finding out that all of lubaf new friends have these cool psychic powers, and he thinks he has nothing, except the ability to get in trouble with teachers.

That one got rid of his smile. He doesn’t have powers, he is just cruel.


As the weeks go by, Martin starts to notice that his new friends have some interesting talents. Martin, who narrates, doesn’t seem like a delinquent, but he just can’t stop himself from taunting his teachers.

To ask other readers questions about Hidden Talentsplease sign up. Talets for Martin and his friends, it just might be a new beginning. He also explains that the students should get the opportunity to be evaluated more then once, because it isn’t fair to only give people one chance.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I read this book when I was in middle school. Martin thinks that Flinch is precognizant, that Cheater can read luba, and Torchie is telepyric. Hidden Talents from BookRags.

Hidden Talents

This book is ridiculously easy to relate to, even if I’m not a pre-teen boy who has hidden talents. Part 2, Seeing the Truth: As the bus stopped near the front door of the building, I noticed dafid the windows had that dead look of glass filled with wire—the type of windows they use in a gym or a warehouse. The story itself is interspersed with conversations, files, etc. When Martin finally convinces his friends of the truth, he lybar convinces them to take Trash into their group.

Later on in the book one of them is going to find out that his friends have hidden powers,he is going to try to convince them but they won’t listen to him. His wrists were thicker than my neck. Above all, I love the “Why I like being me? Definitely pick up any of Lubar’s books if you need a light read. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.


Feb 09, H. I was the only talenhs on the bus.

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A guard out front holding a clipboard waved us inside, then talked with the bus driver for a minute. Martin’s major problem is that he just can’t stop himself from saying really insulting and hurtful things to people. This book is really fun to read. As he starts to hang out with his friends more, he goes into the ralents of Edgeview and sneeks out to an arcade.

Mar 27, Hannah rated it really liked it Shelves: Thousands of kids and educators across the country have voted Hidden Talents onto over twenty state lists. About a bunch of delinquents who are sent to a boarding school for troubled kids. I really like to draw.

But it wasn’t all that cold for the beginning of January, and Mom wasn’t around. He laughed again, wheezing like a donkey with asthma. Ah, well, following the rules has never been my strong suit. Giggles escape my throat since I am astound by davdi quotes like the one above. This is actually my second read We just aren’t built that way. Return to Book Page.

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