Reviewed by Kash C. (age 12)
This book uses a lot of imagination, ideas, and interesting ingredients to make a very interesting book. The wacky ideas eventually get someone in trouble. In a way, this is like How to Eat Fried Worms. In that book, he has to eat worms, but he knows that he is eating them. In Beetles, Lightly Toasted, they don?t know that they are eating beetles. This book could remind everyone of one common idea: Creativity. This author's ideas are the most unique ever. Andy?s first idea is a boycott. When someone breaks it, he looks at the topic in a different way and learns a lot.
I would recommend this book for anyone, especially people who love to use their imagination. Andy uses his imagination so much you can't help but like the story.