Reviewed by Garrett F. (age 10)
I liked the book because it gave the lesson of paying back. No, not two wrongs make a right! Hank wrecked a lot of a man's expensive stuff so he paid him back by giving him a chess set. The man could have wrecked Hank's stuff instead. I also liked how Hank changed because of a test. I think he needed to relax more. This was like the other books in the series because he was allergic to lined paper. In the beginning I thought Hank wasn't going to be anything but he ended up not being so bad.
I recommend this book to anyone who may get bad grades because you can learn that you are still a good person. It's just you might have some learning challenges.