Reviewed by Lori S. (age 12)
What Would Joey do? is such a good book. At the beginning it wasn't that good. It didn't have enough action or excitement, but I could tell it would get better. It turned out to be a good book because the excitement popped out, I felt like it was there. My favorite part would have to be the part where Joey's dog was missing. He looked everywhere and it really showed how much he cared. It reminds me of every time we get a cat, it seems to run away. My favorite character is Joey. He is a wild kid, and he learns much throughout the story. This book is in a series, but in this book you can tell Joey gets a little more mature. This series includes Joey Pigza swallowed a key and Joey Pigza looses control. So far this book is the most exciting.
I absolutely recommend this book to kids from grades 4-6. It might be too hard for kids under fourth grade, but any age would like it.