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K.I.D.S Stuff: The Mostly, Probably True Adventures of the Kids Imaginary Defense Squad by Garrett Dane is a book about how kids protect themselves from all of the monsters lurking in the closet or under the bed.  K.I.D.S. stands for “Kids Imaginary Defense Squad” because the squad fights against anything that adults find imaginary.  The kids in this squad are children who have been trained in the art of fighting bogeymen, monsters-under-the-bed, drop bears, and many other monsters that kids fear. 

In the book, a boy named Wesley is a senior agent, the top kid they have. Wesley is assigned the duty of hunting down bogeymen, creatures that take the auras of sleeping kids to survive. Whenever a monster is in a kid’s room, a member of the squad is assigned to the house. It’s his or her job to take care of the beast there. However, the main threat in this book are bogeymen, as they are showing signs of unusual activity: Attacking the same house more than once, double-teaming a house, and other strange behaviors. Read K.I.D.S Stuff: The Most, Probably True Adventures of the Kids Imaginary Defense Squad by Garrett Dane to find out what happens to the children when faced with this strange threat. 

 

Opinion: 

K.I.D.S Stuff: The Mostly, Probably True Adventures of the Kids Imaginary Defense Squad was a very amusing book. It's easy to see that the author spent a large number of hours researching the various cultures and creatures that most people wouldn’t know about. The characters were well-developed. There was just the right amount of seriousness in this book, but it also had the perfect amount of fun and games. When I was reading this book, I found it enjoyable to read. Unlike some books that go into every little detail, dragging the reading down, this book only describes the details that were needed. Overall, this was a great read, and I would give it five out of five stars. I would recommend it for 8-12-year-olds.

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