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  • Posted June 24, 2014

    This book was okay. It is a children's book so I'm sure children

    This book was okay. It is a children's book so I'm sure children would like it more than I did. It got a little silly at times but like I said, children, especially boys, probably think it's hilarious. TJ is the main character and she is going back in time. I do have to say that this book does teach a lesson about cheating and I really did like the way they show how cheating changes TJ's life later on. I really like the way there is a lesson to be learned in the book. Bill Myers definitely has a very creative imagination!

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  • Posted July 20, 2013

    TJ is still dealing with her new school and the two boys from th

    TJ is still dealing with her new school and the two boys from the 23rd century. They offer to help with her book report, which leads to disaster.

    I thought this was a cute story with a pirate theme. TJ has to make a decision about cheating at school, something children might deal with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2013

    The book is crazy-over-the-top. If you like the craziness of Mye

    The book is crazy-over-the-top. If you like the craziness of Myer's "My Life as ..." Series, you should love this. I never got into that series, and find a similar lack of connection here. No doubt it would appeal to some children (it's intended audience) but probably not if your child is more into the classics (like I was). I did appreciate the lesson the book had about cheating. At least there is a point to the story =)

    review by Ruth Sophia

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