Reviewed by Brooke F. (age 10)
I liked this book because Amber is a jokester and plays funny tricks on her friends. One of the tricks was so funny that it made Amber fall down laughing! I like reading about funny people who play funny tricks.
My favorite part of the book was when Amber was at school and she suddenly got upset about how she might be moving. Amber and her principle had licorice and soda to make Amber feel better. I liked the principle in this book because he was very nice to Amber when she was upset about moving. He seemed to understand her.
This book is one of many Amber Brown books. In Amber Brown books the author talks about how Amber solves her problems and how she faces them. On the cover of the book, it shows what Amber feels like in the book, like green with envy.
Amber Brown reminds me of myself because we both know how it feels to get our parents separated. I can understand how she feels. However, unlike Amber I know that it is still OK to love both parents.
I think this book is mostly for girls because the main character is a girl. It could also be a book for girls and boys because the problem the main character has is really the parents' problem but the main character has to deal with it too.