The book Billy Sure, Kid Entrepreneur by Luke Sharpe, illustrated by Graham Ross is a great book. It is about a boy named Billy Sure, whose invention, The All Ball, has made him famous! It is nice to be famous, but he is swarmed by kids at school asking for money, his autograph, and more. Billy is also getting a lot of requests to create somebody’s idea for an invention. Because of that, Billy and his best friend Manny, the co-leader of Sure Things inc., their company, decide to start a contest where people submit videos with their invention idea, and the one they deem best will be worked on and produced by Sure Things inc. When they finally choose a great project, The Sibling Silencer, Manny books a performance on a TV show, not knowing that Billy is having a bit of trouble on the invention. And that Billy has a secret about the All Ball, his last great invention.
It is a great book, with funny parts, suspenseful parts, weird parts, and more cool things. One of my favorite parts is when Billy is showing off the All Ball on TV, he turns the ball into a bowling ball while it is in midair. It was a very funny part. I would recommend the book to 8-10 year old readers. I really liked the book Billy Sure, Kid Entrepreneur!