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by Arthur Yorinks

Reviewed by S. Spangler, age 8

Tony is a boy who never does his homework. Instead he eats, reads comic books and falls asleep. One night something interesting happened. Imagine what would happen if school tools could come to life? Do you think it would be fun? Could it be bad? Could it be scary? I wasn't sure at first, but it was pretty funny and the ending was very surprising. Find out the surprise ending by reading Homework by Arthur Yorinks.

This book is so funny, but I thought it could be a little bit longer. The language wasn't the best, though. I know my mom didn't like that part. I loved when the tools came to life, too. I think this is one of the best stories I've reviewed so far!

My Rating:
Out of a possible 5 Stars = 1/2 Stars!

Mom's Opinion:
This book was a mixed bag. I did not like the fact that the main character regularly goofed off and never completed his homework assignments - I'd hate for kids to get the message that it's okay to slack off. This book also left a little to be desired as it used words that could be construed as hurtful, like jerk, nincompoop and maniac. Overall it was an interesting story, but the message could have been delivered in a more positive manner.

Mom's Rating:
Out of a possible 5 Stars = 1/2 Stars!

Recommended for children ages 4-8

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