There are a few series that are must read for us and Big Nate books are on the top of that list, so once we got our review copy of Big Nate: Nailed It by Lincoln Peirce we knew we had some reading ahead of us. There are a lot of stories to enjoy, but the “lucky pencil” is something we could really relate to in middle school and love it. Big Nate: Nailed It brings us a lot of funny middle school relationship humor in this book that applies to a bunch of the characters and we even get some fun fictional situations like Pickles playing chess against Nate.
Make sure to pick up Big Nate: Nailed It by Lincoln Peirce on February 28th and read the all new Big Nate adventures and tune into the animated series for some more Nate and friends fun.
The newest pranks, adventures, and school drama from Big Nate, now an animated series on Paramount+ and Nickelodeon!
Big Nate is a legend at P.S. 38, where he and friends Francis, Teddy, Dee Dee, Chad, and others manage to make sixth grade interesting with all kinds of pranks, drama, sports, and good times. The all-time leader in detentions, Nate is never far from the spotlight, whether it’s for a freak injury on the soccer field, Halloween costume fail, or stirring up a new episode in his long-running rivalry with grade-grubbing Gina or his teacher nemesis, Mrs. Godfrey. This new collection of Big Nate comics from Lincoln Peirce includes over 170 full-color comics and abundant laughs for the whole family, especially young readers ages 8 to 12.
Note: Big Nate: Nailed It by Lincoln Peirce has been provided for review from Andrews McMeel Publishing