Reviewed by Payton T (age 10)
Some characters I liked were Tabby the cat, and Aroma, the skunk. I like them because they are funny and playful.
This book reminds me of a book called Otherwise Known as Sheila The Great, because Sheila and Homer both want it all about them.
My favorite part of the book was when Homer thought his cat, Tabby was rubbing his leg, but really it was Aroma. I liked this part because it is a hysterical part of these different stories and that's when Aroma becomes Homer's pet.
In the book there are some illustrations. They show exactly what the book says. Also, the pictures are very, very old.
I recommend this book because it has a lot of mysteries to solve and a lot of laughter. A reader of this book would need a sense of humor. I recommend it to funny, stubborn, and great mystery solvers!