Reviewed by Sarah A. (age 10)
My favorite part of the story was when Lucas was being very nice because his brother was crying during his haircut. Lucas tickled him and he started laughing. Lucas did a good deed. I like this book because it reminds me of my brother, CJ. He is always getting in trouble like Lucas. For example, they both to mess with their teachers minds and don’t really pay attention in class. Lucas changes though out the story. First, he was a troublemaker. Than he started to try his best! I can relate to that because when I was in kindergarten, I was a teachers pet. Than when I was in third grade I started to become trouble. This book was exciting and made me ask myself a lot of questions. For example, “how did he do that”, or “what is he going to do”. Sometimes I would just wonder if he was going to act correctly in school.
I recommend this book to boys and girls who are in third or fourth grade because it is a good book level for them. If you like comedy, then this book is for you. If you like sad stories, don’t read this book. Troublemakers should read this because it gives them good prank ideas. I love the ending and I’m pretty sure you will too! You should go to the library right now and start reading this book!