Reviewed by Alexandra T. (age 10)
My favorite part of the story was when Judy took the cherry pit and told people it was a pit from the tree George Washington cut down. I liked that part because people believed her. It was funny because of the things Judy did with George Washington's cherry pit, which was really Judy Moody's cherry pit. Judy Moody reminded me of myself because I always hate it when people get famous, and then I want to get famous too. This book is part of a series but the books in it are really different because she has a different personality in each book. This book was also really realistic because lots of people want to be famous and would try some of the things she did to get famous.
I recommend this book to people who want to be noticed because it's got some great ideas on how to become well known in it that I'm sure if you tried a few might just work.