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Niagara Falls, Or Does It? #1 (Hank Zipzer) Paperback – February 10, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is ideal for readers aged 8-10. It uses silly, irreverent, classroom humor to tell the story of a young boy who enlists the aid of his classmates to keep him out of trouble. This is one book in a series of similar stories, and promises good reading for both parents and elementary school kids. As an aspiring writer for children (Abby and the Bicycle Caper), I found this book entertaining and suitable for family reading.
The interest level is very high. (I am waaaaay beyond 9-12 age). I was on the edge of my chair trying to help Hank through and wondering who was going to rescue him from school bureaucracy.
I can NOT wait for the next one. Keep them coming, Henry.
My two sons (ages 8 and 11) and I (age 40) were laughing out loud as we listened. Like many other reviewers, we recognized ourselves in Hank.
One of the best ones is _I Got a D in Salami_, the third one.
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