Written by Jon Scieszka • Illustrated by Lane Smith

Reviewed by Thayne L. (age 8)

The Time Warp Trip got to the year 2095 by using the magic square. A cell bot was trying to shoot them with a laser. They got lost because they wanted to go one hundred years into the future. The boys met their great-grandchildren. Their great grandchildren gave them the book. They got back home safe and sound.

I liked that it was about the future. It had a bunch of cool inventions. My favorite part was when the cell bot self-destructed. This story reminds me of when I was a robot for Halloween. This book is similar to Knights of the Kitchen Table which is where the Time Warp Trio's adventures begin.

I recommend this book for ages seven and up because younger kids might not understand it.

Thayne L. is a student in Turtle Mountain Gifted and Talented Grades 2 and 3