by Andy Cope, Gavin Oattes & Will Hussey
Non-Fiction List 2018-19
So far we have received 6 reviews of Diary of a Brilliant Kid: Top Secret Guide to Awesomeness.
You can read them below. Why not add your own review?
Jorja from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
This book is really good because I loved doing the activities and reading this book and it makes me and my family laugh at it when I read it out loud. This book is amazing I loved this it was really exciting I couldn't take my eyes off of it. I would really recommend this book for children and adults who think it looks really good on the front cover and I couldn't put it down.
Chloe from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
a very awesome book that is definitely good
Courtney from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
Warning- this is not a story book. I do not recommend this book if you are totally rude proof. It is amazingly funny, and please read it!
Isla from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
Diary Of A Brilliant Kid is the funniest book I have read. It is sometimes a bit boring because it has a lot of facts, they talk a lot and sometimes get really detailed and then don't remember what they were talking about. But apart from that it was fantastic and very funny. It talks about POO a lot!
Ella from Year 8, Hall Cross Academy:
To put it simply... This is a really good book. The only way I personally would say that would make it better would be to have a book of your own this is because it has lots of different fun filled activities. If you have your own you can fill it out and then once you have done it you can go on to link that is within the book and get your own certificate to say that you are finished with the book.I enjoyed the book because it made me laugh in lots of different places and made me think about things that i haven't done before It teaches you on how to become one of those 2%ers which if you read the book will make sense to you this book makes you smile and make everyone around you smile as well. So if you are in the mood to smile i would recommend this book to you...
Keira from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
Diary of a Brilliant Kid is a really good book and gives you tips in life and has some funny things in like jokes. It is a good book for 8+ and is a great book to read when you are bored. Do you get bored often? It has loads of facts about Andy`s (the main character) life. Diary of a Brilliant Kid is the best book I have ever read at school and home and really inspires you to do things at home and school. It is so good I could never put it down. Hope you enjoy when you read it!!