Reviewed by Riley C. (age 8)
I like this book because the action is very adventurous. One adventure is about Geronimo taking the wrong bag from the airport. Then he had to search everywhere. I like how Geronimo changed when he realized that the envelope was very important. Geronimo ran to his office as fast as he could. He thought the envelope was for a silly person, but it wasnít. Geronimo asked for help but that didnít really help. He asked his sister Thea, his cousin Trap and his friend Burt Burlyrat. I would ask everyone in the world if I were Geronimo. I like the different colored words the author made. The words are big, small, wide, tall, huge, scary and colorful. He even made some words show their meaning.
I recommend this book for ages eight to thirteen. I think this book is for advanced readers because there are some tricky words. That is why I think this book is for ages eight to thirteen. I think this is a book for boys and girls because they both would like adventure books.