There are children's books and there are children's books. This book, wasn't just made for children, it tossed me back to my days of being a child, reading Judy Blume! The ideals, Agatha's way of thinking and how she went about the story made for a boisterous read for both my son and myself!
We finished the book in one sitting and thought, "I could read another one of these!" My son agreed- laughing loudly and rolling about our classroom floor (that's where we read together; in my office, lying about the floor is the best place).
We also found the introduction to The Gang and their qualms entertaining and good to know. Illustrations of the characters, like Ellie who's afraid of nonfat milk because she believes they come from skeleton cows- only elementary kids can think of things like that! The other illustrations of the book are hilarious, all squiggly and such. I don't see this sort of stuff every day, so it was a blast!
In Agatha Parrot and the Odd Street School Ghost, Agatha and her friends believe their school is haunted. From a ringing bell, a glowing face and stinky food, the kids are determined to solve the strange happenings! It's not the case that has you laughing but what happens while they're trying to figure everything out. Anyone who reads this book will have a good time. Onward! There are books waiting on me!📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
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**Book provided by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, for an honest review.
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