Mom has one of those jobs where she does a lot of different projects for the company. One project she does is road safety education. She works for an automotive company (duh we live near Detroit). I am the mascot for one of her sponsored programs and am known as Road Safety Kid. When we heard about this book, we knew we had to order it.
This book is awesome. You learn about vehicle safety and the history of how they tested car safety. You learn what brakes do (Dad works for a brakes company). You learn about airbags and seatbelts and even future concepts. They even talk about mirrors and backup cameras.
Mom thinks this book is pretty cool. She is going to share it with her road safety friends. I think this is really interesting. I don’t know many kids into road safety like I am but kids who are curious how things work would like this book. Kids who like engineering will like it. I think adults should read this book to remember why they need to wear their seatbelts and use mirrors.
It is funny because on Tuesday I read a story about the history of windshield wipers.
I think this book is awesome and should join the kid education on pedestrian and bike safety.
This book is interesting because it’s about Dungeons & Dragons! I really like the game, but I don’t have any of the books but one, which is the dungeon guide. Also this is a graphic novel and set in the 1970s.
1. It’s about dungeons and dragons!
2. It’s about pretty much what kids now are going through!
3. It’s about how sometimes you have to move on from your friends.
4. It’s about how you should stick with what you want, not what is what everyone else is, and not to make others happy.
I got a lotta books, so you’re gonna see more reviews than usual. I just got my Scholastics box, but this is not one of those books though.
At NerdCampMi Jr, I met Donna Gephart and Erica S Perl. Donna shared about this book and I was excited about it. Erica S Perl then mentioned it in her interview with me. I shared I was jealous she had read it already and she shared her copy with me.
But tell me though, why are girls soo into Paris, I don’t even know and I KNOW I’m going someday 😌!! Pariiiis………. Now…. On with the review!!
1. It’s about Paris.
2. It’s about a girl who’s best friend is a boy and gay. Her dad is in jail too. It is about a kid dealing with hard situations.
3. It’s about a girl who’s saving up to go to Paris and her sister is saving up to go to a college. It is about making choices.
4. It’s about compromises, helping and how small towns are the worst.. or are they?
5. Her best friend’s boy friend is her “enemy”. So it is story about relationships.
This is a cool book. It is about friendship and when it goes haywire. This is unique because the main character is the reason it goes haywire. Then she got stubborn and it got worse.
This is also a book about the environment. The girl’s parents are trash experts. This could be a book for a class using sustainable development goals. My mom works with those in her job.
You wouldn’t expect friendship and trash to combine but it is pretty cool.
One note from an ADHD reader. This book changes narrator and time period. Every few chapter or maybe every chapter. That made it a little hard for me follow. This could be a challenge for a student so just keep it in mind.