Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce

Big Nate

Middle school is a breeding ground for mischief and dreaming big for Big Nate and his pals! NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR!Everyone’s favorite sixth grader is back for more misadventures, and Big Nate: Silent But Deadly smells like a winner! Whether he’s showing the ropes to a detention rookie, campaigning for the Student of the Month Award, or writing hilarious movie reviews for The Weekly Bugle, Nate Wright never fails to make his mark...

Details Big Nate

TitleBig Nate
Release DateMar 20th, 2018
PublisherAndrews McMeel Publishing
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Childrens

Reviews Big Nate

  • Mehsi
    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.My second Big Nate comic, I don’t know why I didn’t request the others when they were on Netgalley, since this comic is just too much fun!The biggest focus in this one is Gina (and her silent, but oh so deadly farts). She pops in a lot of the comics + is also found on the cover (and the title is a reference to her farts). I have to say that I didn’t like Gina. Yes, when she...
  • ♛ Garima ♛
    Gina's crush! well, didn't know about that....With Halloween, sports and trash talking, going for student of the month title (ahem) and lots of fun stuff!
  • Wendi Lee
    This was my introduction to the Big Nate series. My eight year old and I are big fans of graphic novels, and have read a lot of Stick Dog and Captain Underpants. Big Nate, in comparison, feels old-fashioned, reminiscent of the old Peanuts comics with a dash of Calvin & Hobbes. Like the older comics, Big Nate's adventures are largely non-serial, confined to a one or two page spread. In Silent But Deadly, we follow Nate through Christmas festivitie...
  • Rosa
    This review is also posted in my blog :Thank you to Net Galley for a free copy of this book in trade for an honest review.Ooh…wow…this is a funny, cute, witty read. It’s my first book of Big Nate and I totally L.O.V.E it. Honestly, I’m having another bad day because my client haven’t paid my fee. So, I landed with a Big Nate book this afternoon, courtesy of Net Galley and feel a bit better. There are some part that I really need to laug...
  • Fatima Alsuwaidi
    This is my first Big Nate book, I appreciate the opportunity provided to me by NetGalley to get a free electronic copy of this book.This was fun, and I think I would have LOVED IT as a kid, it is defiantly for a younger audience but it was an enjoyable and a light quick read.I think I would check out more Big Nate books in the future.
  • I DRM Free
    big NATE is a series of comics and readers for middle schoolers.  I've bought several of the readers to read with some middle schoolers that I worked with but never got around to reading them.  This was my first foray into the world of big NATE.I have to say, I really enjoyed this comic series.  It stars Nate and his group of friends like Francis, Teddy, Chad, Peter and his rival Gina.  This comic really reminds me a lot of a mix between Calv...
  • Ivan
    Celebrate your inner child with this new Big Nate & gang collection. This guilty pleasure is chock full of laughs and middle school hijinx courtesy of Nate & company. Nate's antics will have you in stitches. Whether it be his growling stomach or his amazing nose skills able to detect among other things classmate Gina's "silent but deadly" flatulence. Everyone's favourite 6th grader and his friends not only crack us up in this book; they also teac...
  • Jill
    Nate is navigating middle school as best he can. He helps the rookies in detention but can't really find his way as an investigative reporter. His noisy stomach disrupts the class, but his work as the Great Nose-ini, sniffing out potential food allergens, helps save lives. He is a loyal if annoying friend, even if he isn't really Student of the Month material. But most of all, Nate keeps things interesting. Big Nate: Silent But Deadly is a colle...
  • Mindy
    I've read a couple now in this series and they are my guilty pleasure when I just need a funny, silly book for kids (with a little junior high humor thrown in). The author does a good job of sneaking in a few teaching moments for kids and teens. Overall, they are just fun books for pre-teen to teen a week as young at great readers, like myself. Pick this one up to relax and enjoy the fun at and hilarious stories. I would like to thank the publish...
  • Paul Franco
    Another collection of the long-running comic strip featuring a hapless kid who really should know better—about everything—by now, but particularly about girls and teachers.“Silent but deadly” was not whom I expected, but for once I was glad it wasn’t Nate.“Are loopholes anything like Froot Loops?” First answer: I wish. Second answer: I’m hungry.Nate finally wins one, literally. “Scoreboard!” He’s also got a super nose, so it...
  • Theediscerning
    Another very good collection of old Big Nate strips - from him knowing any possibly determined smell (and more) to hoping to win awards at school. There are a heck of a lot of these volumes now, and a lot of these strips will probably end up in at least two books if they haven't already, but dammit - the level of consistent quality over the years has been remarkable. That would never happen in real life...
  • Nate
    Another installment in the Big Nate comics series, this book has all the trademarks of previous books: humour, good drawing, fun characters, and interesting new plots. The Great Nose-ini was especially hilarious, punchline everywhere, as was the trivia smackdown between Francis and Gina, which added a little suspense to the story. It was another Big Nate classic. A copy of this book was given to the reviewer through NetGalley in exchange for an h...
  • Bunny
    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased reviewI really do love these books. I can see why Big Nate would be a hit with kids, and even adults. He's just such a smart alec kid and you kind of want to slap him, but his friends and classmates are always there to take him down a peg. It's endearing, and always funny.
  • Julie Overpeck aka Mrs. O's Library
    Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for a review copy of this book. #partnerIn this graphic novel, Nate appoints himself School Picture Guy’s official assistant, campaigns for Student of the Month, and is a cowboy for Halloween. The joke referenced in the title only appears in one frame. The book stays true to the character and will not disappoint Big Nate fans.
  • F.T. Bradley
    This was my first BIG NATE book, and I've been missing out. Or at least my inner kid has...Perfect for reluctant readers, the graphic novel element keeps the pages turning, and the jokes are just right for this age group. Recommended; I'll be checking out the rest of the series for those days when you just need a good laugh.**Review of NetGalley copy**
  • Jessi
    Another great entry to the Big Nate canon. We get a little bit more story about Gina with a brief crush as well as a trivia competition between her and Francis. We also get a little Christmas time that I don't remember seeing in previous Big Nate books.
  • Asriani
    This is my first Big Nate. Some panels are not that funny but I like this detention expert. If I am not mistaken Nate has his novel version. Let's see if it is as witty as its comic
  • Hemdiva Dev
    This is hilarious! A comic style book that anyone would enjoy! Simple to read. Nate is funny, crazy and too smart. He is often punished in school but he doesn't mind. He annoys people around him yet he's innocent at times. Expect a loud and lively laughter from the book.