The next book review winner was Matthew. Check out his review of In Ned's Head below:
In Ned’s Head
Review by Matthew Caterina
4 out of 5 stars!
In Ned’s Head is a book about Treb, a.k.a. Ned, who is just trying to survive the seventh grade. But soon enough, Treb has some difficulties with this goal when his strange friends, Nugget, Arnold, and Little Eric get in his way. Also, when Treb sees the love of his life and acts like a jerk, he knows the year is going to be a bad year. Can Treb survive the rest of the year with a crawfish party gone wrong, joining a camp, finding a new love, and write all of it down in his diary? You tell me when you read In Ned’s Head by Soren Olsson and Anders Jacobson.
I liked this book very much for its realistic humor and problems. This book was very good because it told the life of a seventh grade boy that I could definitely relate to. My favorite part in this book would be when Treb tried to show off his peeing skills to Little Eric but mistakes a girl for him.
There are really no problems for me in this book except the character Nugget. I feel like he could’ve been a little bit worse than he was, but other than that, In Ned’s Head was a great book.
This book is a funny, realistic fiction novel, and I would recommend it to people who love to laugh. And if you happen to like Diary of a Wimpy Kid or Notes from a Dog, then this is the book for you. So, if you like a hilarious, page-turning book, then you should read In Ned’s Head. After reading this book I gave it a total of 4 out of 5 stars!