From the illustrator of Pearls Before Swine!!!
I would give this book a 10/10! One of my ‘ oh wow this is such a good book finished in an hour ‘ books!!
Timmy Failure, despite the name, is not a failure. He owns the best detective in the city, perhaps even the nation. But he has enemies. People searching to shut down his company. To steal his Segway. Even try to steal his pet polar bear. Now he has to deal with his nemesis the Weevil Bun and a not-so-secret shoe thief. Mistakes will be made….
I’m sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo sorry that I haven’t posted for a while. 😦 Don’t be mad at me, my loyal fans. I’ve been busy with school and reading and karate and yeah.
I would give this book an 8/10. There were some boring parts and in my opinion it was a liittllleee slow. It was still a really good book though.
Robots! People who made a robot! People who wanna steal a robot! More robots! This book has it all! When Max ( her real name is Maxine, but don’t dare call her that) finds out that there’s a robot coming to her school, she’s super excited. I mean, ANOTHER robot. They already have robot janitors and a super strict robot vice principal. And when the creators ask her to help Fuzzy(the robot) around, she totally accepts. But the vice principal doesn’t think that the robot is good for the school. And there’s somebody that wants to steal Fuzzy! Will Max be able to save him?
So, when I first read this book (yeeaarrs ago) I thought it seemed really scary, but, hey, I was 10. So I would say around 11 or 12 and up, just because there IS language in like the 3rd book in the series or something…..so yeah.
I would give it a 9/10, just because the start isn’t really written thaaaaat great, but it gets better!!!! It’s not really really scary but seriously, don’t read this before you go to sleep( at least check under your bed if you do)!!
Tom is going to be a spook’s apprentice this year. He’s not looking forward to it; dealing with witches, boggarts, ghosts, ghouls, no friends. Toootally something to look forward to right?? Plus, the spook is going to make him spend the night in a haunted house to see if he is going to make it as the spook’s apprentice……will he survive through this??
So, since Halloween is coming up soon I’m gonna be posting some scary books that you should make sure you checked under your bed before reading!(jk they’re not THAT scary) This is the first of 3 scary books that I’m gonna be posting. You can see the next one on the side-bar labelled ‘Coming Up’!
So this book isn’t thaaaaat scary but there are some parts that will get your heart beating a little. I’d probably give it a 8/10, since there are some boring parts.
Will lives at Crowfield Abbey, a monk place(the best word(s) i could come up with for abbey) in the middle of the woods. When Will finds a hob caught in a trap one day, he starts to realise that things are starting to get freaky. Then a leper man shows up with a servant that is actually a fay. Now Will is seeing that he isn’t even safe at the abbey ever since he found out its dark secret….
Sorry it’s taken me sooo long to put this on but I’ve been busy with school and stuff but here it is!
There’s really nothing bad about this book; no swear words, romancy stuff, but i suppose it has what people call mature subjects(what does that even MEAN?!). But yeah. I guess there’s like action and violence(depending on peoples version of violence). I would give it a 9/10 probably. The second book is waaay better but if you don’t read this one you won’t know whats going on(and watching the movie doesn’t help. Seriously). So just get through it and you’ll be ok.
So there’s this kid. Wakes up in an elevator and has nooo idea who he is or how old he is or how he got there or-anyway you get the point(he does eventually remember his name-Thomas). So he finds himself in a glade that’s in the middle of a maze. None of the other boys know how to get out of the maze. But one day a girl shows up. She seems to know Thomas and all of a sudden Thomas starts getting dreams telling him that everything is going to change. It gets serious when the food supplies and clothes and everything else in the elevator stops coming up. Everybody thinks it’s Thomas’s fault but he thinks he might have found a way out of the maze. Will they make it out?
The cover of this book says it’s for ages 8-12, but 8 might be a biiit too young. So lets say 10 and up. Yeah. That’s fair.
Atticus Higginbottom is a normal 13 year old. Yeah. But one day he receives a curious letter from Alaska from a mysterious person who calls himself M.G. The letter states that something fatal will happen if he doesn’t help. But he has a choice. All he has to do is burn the letter. Nothing will happen to him. Will he take the offer?