The Problem With Being Slightly Heroic review by n...
The Problem with Being Slightly Heroic
by Uma Krishnaswami, Abigail Halpin
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Humor

Student Review

Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Madison, Wisconsin, United States
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The Problem With Being Slighly Heroic is a book about stars and friends. The main charecters are Dini, Maddie, Dolly Singh and Brenna. Dini is a girl who has lived in India for two years. She has met the great film star, Dolly Singh, Dini and Maddie's favorite star, whoh is now coming to America! She and her friend Maddie have been practicing their dance ever since they heard about her new film opening, Kahan hai Sunny Villa (Where Is Sunny Villa). Now, with Dolly in town, will everything be rose peatal milk shakes and elephants, or no-no-no and lost passports? This book is very funny and it seems like you would be able to fly into the pictures. This is a book you should definatly read.

Opinion: 

This book is very good. I really liked the description and the rhythm of this book. It made it seem like a poem. One of the best things about the book was the description. It made everything seem real. My favorite character is the elephant named Mini. She is a very talented elephant. The other characters are super cool, and they are all a lot like me. The person who is most like me is Dini, because she wants everything to be “just so.” She is one of the main characters. One of my least favorite things about the book was that it changes perspectives so quickly, and you can sometimes get lost. All in all, this book is very good, though.

Rating:
3
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