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Posted July 5, 2014
You know, this book has inspired me. It has inspired me to a) make Viking Toast (read the book to find out ;) ), b) not put rubber cement in burning grills, and c) don’t make fun of Head Riding Instructors’ misfortunes (no matter how funny they are). After reading this book, I am now a smarter boy. I think this is a great memoir – it is very entertaining – and enlightening. It is a great story, totally appropriate for kids of all ages (just don’t try the stuff in the book ;) ). I think boys will especially like to read about Mr. Hill’s disastrous adventures. Mr. Hill’s writing style is playful, and fun to read. I love his writing voice. As a kid myself, I could totally relate to the stuff Mr. Hill did when he was a boy. Um – I mean I would never do anything like the stuff he did. ;)
*NOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
Posted April 15, 2014
How To Stick A Dart In Your Head is a laugh-out-loud story of growing up unsupervised in '60s suburbia and all the trouble a boy managed to get himself into... and out of. Appropriate for middle grade readers and up, adults will enjoy it as much as kids!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.