Reviewed by Ian T. (age 8)
My favorite part was when Coke and Pepsi where arguing about jumping off the cliff. Itís my favorite part because I had to stop and take a deep breath because so much was going on. I like this book because the author uses real places, real things, and real states like The House on the Rock, The Largest Ball of Twine, and Minnesota. Itís cool how the illustrator uses real pictures of some things like a cello, Pez dispensers, and a big mall. Itís interesting how the illustrator shows signs so it tells me where the kids are. There are signs that say: Welcome to Kansas, Welcome to Utah, and Welcome to Lebanon.
I recommend this book for people 8 to 14 because if someone read it and they were older than 14 they might think there is too much stuff that isnít about the main idea. I think both girls and boys would like this book because itís about a boy and a girl.