Summer Reading is Killing Me

Written by John Saeszka • Illustrated by Lane Smith

Reviewed by Micheal W. (age 9)

The Time Warp Trio boys were playing outside when they found a book. When they opened it, they got sucked into it. They met every evil villain in the story. The one they had to kill was a giant teddy bear in a library. They had to kill him to get out of the book. So the boys all grabbed something they knew would kill the bear. They killed him and got out of the book. Sam, Fred, and Joe had a card in their pocket. They didn?t know what it was for but they knew it meant trouble! When they got out of the book their sister showed them a teddy bear and they all ran away.

This book was long but it was a good book. I liked the part where the boys found a magical book. I would love to have a book that took me to new places. This story reminds me of when I was stuck in my closet. This book is similar to Knights of the Kitchen Table where the adventures begin for the Time Warp Trio. Both books have the same characters and use the same book to travel.

I think this is a good book. I think this is a good book because they get to go on adventures. I think kids ages 7 to 13 could read this book.

Micheal W. is a student in Turtle Mountain Gifted and Talented Grades 2 and 3
2006-2007