Reviewed by Savannah G. (age 8)
I like this book because Teddy goes on many adventures. For example, Teddy goes to Hollywood and meets a penguin named Milton. Milton is a movie-star who encourages Teddy to be a movie-star with him. Teddy gets to be on the cover of Silver Screen magazine all because of Milton. Cheryl is impressed with all of Teddyís talents. The illustrations in the book are descriptive and show whatís going to be in the chapter. For example in one picture Teddy is in the Himalayas and it shows him standing in the huge footprint of the abominable snowman. This helps me understand how Teddy finds the snowman and just how big this snowman is. The character Cheryl has a big imagination. If there isnít a hurricane, but she wants one, she creates it with blankets. She reminds me of Judy Moody. Thatís why I really enjoyed the book.
I recommend this book to 3rd graders through 5th graders who like stories about friendship. For example, when Teddy wants to share his adventures with Cheryl, he wasnít sure whether he should tell her because he wasnít sure she could keep a secret. Teddy tells Cheryl the story and she keeps it as a secret. If you go on adventures with your friends, you should read this book.