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Friday, August 23, 2013

Review: Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-Up by Michele Jakubowski

Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-Up by Michele Jakubowski. Book 1 of Sidney & Sydney.

Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-Up by Michele Jakubowski

Picture Window Books
Publication Date: February 2013
List Price: $8.95
ISBN-13: 9781404881044

Review: I reviewed Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-up written by Michele Jakubowski. It is a story in the perspective of two characters, Sidney, and Sydney. Sidney is the new boy in town, just starting third grade. He is 8 years old, his birthday is May 11th, and he has no siblings. Sydney is the smallest kid in class, but is very spunky. She is 8 years old, her birthday is August 3rd, and has a 1-year-old little brother. They have a few things of common. They 1. Do NOT want to go to school on the first day, and 2. Love video games. Sidney only had one friend, Gomez. Sidney had only spent 2 minutes with Gomez and they were best friends. Sydney, already had friends, and a bully who called her "Squidney".

These two kids, Sidney and Sydney, accidently meet several times and eventually become best friends. They go through several dilemmas, from the beginning of the school year to Halloween. Read this book to see how teamwork and friendship are the best ways to solve a problem of any kind! Read Sidney and Sydney to find out what happens on Halloween night!

This book was a great book. It was a quick, easy read. I'd say this book would be for kids 6-10 years old. It has 124 pages. I read it in about 2 hours. This book was a great book, with greatly developed characters, a great plotline, and lots of fun and humorous stuff. This book was a great, quick read. I give it a 9.5/10!

Review written by Dylan (6th grade student).

We would like to thank Media Masters Publicity for providing a copy of Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-Up for this review.

Have you read Sidney & Sydney: Third Grade Mix-Up? How would you rate it?

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