Phillip's suspension becomes a nationwide issue. Many people are very angry that Phillip gets into trouble for being patriotic. They write letters to Mrs. Narwin as well as to the school. After feeling the pressure of receiving so many letters, Mrs. Narwin decides to resign.
Phillip's intention is simply to annoy his teacher, however his behavior results in ruining Mrs. Narwin's reputation as well as his own.
What happens to Phillip after his suspension? Read Nothing but the Truth to find out.
Nothing but the Truth teaches us that lying can be very destructive. Even though Phillip found himself in a difficult situation-his teacher that was failing him- Phillip could have dealt with the situation in a different manor.
This was not one of my favorite books. In my opinion, it begins with a great idea. However, as the story progresses it becomes somewhat confusing because there is not enough detail to explain the story. For this reason I do not feel that the plot is fully developed and left me feeling unsatisfied.
Despite my feelings about this novel, I am sure that there are many children in middle school who would find it to be an easy read with an important lesson. Although I read this book as a mandatory ninth grade assignment, in my opinion it is better suited for slightly younger readers.
Well its very late and I'm going to sleep,