HILO: The Boy Who Crashed to Earth by Judd Winick.
Random House Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: September 2015
List Price: $13.99
Review: Funny, exciting, crazy, and entertaining. All these characteristics are in the book Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth written by Judd Winick. You can read all about his adventure about how he fell through the sky! If you want to know all about Hilo. Make sure you read Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth.
Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth is all about a boy who unexpectedly shoots down through a portal, falls into Earth, and is found by a boy named D.J. He doesn't remember anything until he finally starts dreaming about what happened. In his dreams he starts visualizing his memories. He discovers that a meteor shower is really his enemy, Razor Wark. Razor Wark sends giant bugs and pieces to build a robot that will destroy Earth. Finally, Hilo defeats the robot made by the bugs, and travels back home through his portal. Hilo's friends, D.J and Gina think Razor Wark won't attack Earth. Hilo leaves his toe behind, so he can talk to D.J in case any dangers are coming to Earth. D.J and his friend Gina both are lead to a spot where they observe something vast and atrocious. If you want to find out more, read the book Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth.
Would you like being friends with someone who fell from the sky and builds telescope in ten seconds? You can't be friends with him, but you can read about Hilo in this entertaining story. Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth
is an extraordinary graphic novel, and I loved it! In my opinion this book is mainly for kids from the ages 8-12, but if you are a little older and enjoy reading graphic novels Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth might be a good book for you. Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth helps you improve reading and fluency, but still entertains you with an intense climax. Some characters to look for in the story are Hilo and his friends D.J and Gina. Readers from ages 8-12 will love the character of Hilo because he is around their age and is a real comedian. In your lifespan you probably won't see people eating grass like a cow, but right here in the story Hilo eats grass right off the floor! How funny is that? If you want to know what is going on in the story, but aren't crazy about words then Hilo The Boy Who Crashed Earth tells a story through illustrations. The illustrations will help you understand what the plot is and how the characters feel. Also some people aren't very factual, but are all about entertainment then this book is probably a considerable book for them. It is tremendous for a person who loves entertainment because it leaves you on a cliffhanger and you feel like a character who is part of the story. This story explains to the readers that everyone is good at something, even you.
Review written by Adi (6th grade student).
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