Reviewed by Anthony G. (age 9)
My favorite part was when Arthur thought he had broken the computer but he had really just turned it off. It was my favorite part because they thought it was broken but it really wasn't and the Brain talked scientifically and they couldn't understand him! He still couldn't help them anyway. As I read the book I felt I was inside the story because it felt real and I felt just like Arthur when his little sister D.W. bothers him, since my sister bothers me too. This story reminds me of my little sister sometimes and I call her D.W.
I recommend this book to people who like computers. It is good for kids that like "Arthur" books. Kids who don't listen to their parents and teachers might like this book because it shows you that you must listen because parents and teachers know what's best for you.