I think this book was hilarious and very interesting. The story
demonstrated different ways to solve everyday problems. For example, Mr
Tripp said everyone had nits, but then he discovered that he was the one
that I really had nits. So he had to solve his own nit problems. I found
the I story very engaging and I especially I loved how the author
described the (vivacious, comical characters.
My favourite part of the story was the scene where (there was a rat
on the loose in the Year 5 classroom. Mr (Tripp, the teacher, had to try
and locate the rat by sniffing the classroom floor. When he found the
rat he jumped up on the table and screamed like a little girl. It was
Mr Tripp says that every person in the WORLD has a (different
talent. He is right to say that, because all the (children in Year 5
have one crazy and great talent. Mr Tripp has more than one talent--he
has two awesome (talents. He can tell funny jokes and he has a very
clever nose! But is he brave enough for the problems that overcome him?
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a laugh or anyone
who wants to learn a thing or two.
By Renee, aged 9
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