Reviewed by Frankie K. (age 9)
The Talented Clementine is a great book. I really like the solution because it shows kindness. In the book the problem is that Clementine has no talents. I donít want to give away the ending but the solution shows kindness. Also, the pictures in the book show feelings really well. There are a lot of detailed pictures and you can understand the pictures easily. For example, you can really tell that Clementine was embarrassed when she tells Principal Rice that she has no talents. The problem is funny because having no talents doesnít usually happen in real life but it could happen.
I would recommend this book to people who like funny realistic fiction books. The story teaches readers to be kind and elementary school students can relate to Clementine. Also the main character faces funny realistic problems. You should really take some time to read this book.