Kids on Fire: Dear Dumb Diary #1 Reviewed By A Sixth Grader

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Alexis’ Review:

I love the book. It was so funny. Jamie, the main character is also the funniest character. All of her diary entries are from an over-exaggerating, hilarious, typical middle schooler. Of course there’s that mean girl, Angeline that Jamie hates. And there is always a cute boy middle schoolers fight about. I recommend  this book to anyone who is looking for a good laugh.

Entertainment Value:

It’s a funny book because it’s written in a dramatic girls point of view. She is very sarcastic. So many random comments that add some of the comedy.

Educational Value:

I don’t really think there is any lesson or education in these books.

 

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