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This is a great book. High quality hard back with engaging pictures. The story empowers children so that they know their actions can change the world. Themes of leadership and collaboration come though. Obstacles are overcome and beaurocracy navigated. Some positive and inspiring messages. Best of all a great story, which my 4 year old likes to read at bedtime BV again and again. Very well done! We have gone on to buy more in the series....
My 7 year old son loves these stories. The book has great illustrations that don't make the book seem too young. Great story ideas about future dream jobs, architects, scientists, president etc . Would highly recommend.
As with the rest of the series by Andrea Beaty this is a good book and definitely worth buying. It is not my child's favorite though (rarely asks for this one). The top two would be Rosie Revere and Ada Twist.
Worth having and good morals (as with all the serires) but if you are starting out in this series I'd recommend one of those two, or maybe Iggy Peck first.
We own and love the other books in this series, so were excited to read this one. Sadly, we found the story quite disappointing - pretty disjointed and just blah. My children haven’t requested to read it since. Feel like it was a waste of money.
I am a HUGE fan of this author but I found this book WAAAY less entertaining and clever than her first three in this series which we own and have re-read many times. This book was just okay for me and my three kids ages 3, 6 and 9 yrs.