Naughty Nautical Neighbors!

Written by Annie Auerbach • Illustrated by Mark O'Hare

Reviewed by Jobeth K. (age 10)

First, there was a laugh...then a giggle. There were whispers too. When his two eyes got to the window he saw a talking sponge and a big pink star fish blowing bubbles. Squidward was not happy. The sponge and starfish were blowing the bubbles and whispering little messages to each other. Squidward had an idea!

His idea was to blow bubbles that said hurtful things and blow the bubbles to the two friends. Would his friends feel hurt when they received the bubbles? Want to hear more? Read "Naughty Nautical Neighbors!" and find out what happens to the friends.

I like the part when Patrick and Spongebob get back together. I love the book because it is funny. The story reminds me when I fight with my friends but make up and get back together. Patrick reminds me of one of my friends because he is stubborn.

I do recommend this book because if is a funny story. Children of all ages would love this book because it is funny, kind-hearted and has a great ending. Pick up this book and give it a try!

Jobeth K. is a student in The DuJardin Jaguars Spaghetti Book Club
2002-2003