Kate the Great review by nictaf
Kate the Great, Except When She's Not
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Kingman, AZ, United States
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This is a book about 10 year old Kate and her wacky adventures.  Kate and her BFF Brooke are having a normal, 5th grade school year. Then "the outcast," Nora Klein, comes into Kate's life.  When Nora's father must go on a long business trip, Kate’s mother talks Kate into being friends with Nora, a difficult, moody girl. Kate’s world is turned upside-down.  Kate starts to get Nora to open up, but is Kate willing to take desperate measures to ensure her friendship?  Find out in this very rousing book. 

Opinion: 

Kate the Great is an excellent book and I cannot wait until book two is out.  Suzy Becker outdid herself on this great story.  All the story was very well-described, like when Kate described the students' zombie trance that happens in school.  It's like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, in that it includes cartoon-like pictures and funny comments on the side.  This book is so funny it made me laugh, and it will make you laugh, too.  I would recommend this book for ages eight and up.

Rating:
5
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