Monday, September 30, 2013
Book Review - The Templeton Twins Make a Scene
About the Book
With its kid-perfect humor and dynamic illustrations, Book 1 of the hilarious Templeton Twins series left young readers clamoring for more. This time, Abigail and John Templeton find themselves at TAPAS (the Thespian Academy of the Performing Arts and Sciences) where their father, the illustrious Professor Templeton, has been hired to invent a groundbreaking theatrical device. Once again, there is drama (of course!), silliness, and suspense, as the twins (and their ridiculous dog) must thwart the dastardly Dean brothers in order to save the invention as well as their father (and the dog). Oh yes, there is sure to be another recipe. This time for guacamole. Or is it coleslaw?
My Take on the Book
This is a great second book in the Templeton Twins series. While the book is geared toward upper elementary school readers, as an adult I was entranced and loved both the action, humor and characters. As someone who studied theater myself, I could relate to what was being shared too which made it that much more enjoyable. The book was a fast read and kept me engaged from beginning to end! All-in-all, this is a book that I would highly recommend to all. Even though it is a second in a series, it stands on its own and you really do not have to read the first book if you do not wish to (though you should as it is great too).
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