Julius Caeser Brown has a big problem. He has Space Pop cereal that he can't resist eating. But he is not the problem; the Space Pops are. The Space Pops give people "green gas"! Julius doesn't know how the Space Pops make people have green gas. Can Julius find out why the Space Pops are giving people gas before it's too late?
I really like the book because it is funny, like when the principal had the green gas. Julius asked, "Have you been eating Space Pops?" The principal said, "No, and how do you know?" Julius said, "No reason." I also liked the book because it has feelings. You can tell the mom's feelings, Julius' feelings and Mason's feelings even though there aren't any pictures. You can picture them in your mind.
I don't have any dislikes because I liked the whole book. It had many details.
I would recommend this book to other people because it is entertaining and very funny. People would like it because it might make them smile or laugh. It could also set a good mood for them.