Louis is upset to find his parents becoming ultra-competitive, wanting him and his brother to get straight A's at school and join lots of after-school clubs like the other kids. Then Louis meets Maddy, who has trained her parents to ignore her.
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My nine year old son really enjoyed this book. Louis the Laff moves from his old neighborhood to a new stuffy "upper-crust" neighborhood where he doesn't fit in. Soon his parents are turning into the Stepford Parents, wanting him to become the super achiever that his peers are. Louis has his own ideas about that. And his new friend instructs him how to train his parents...
"great book for a long car journey"
The kids found this hilarious as it was very relatable to them. Also a good listen for us adults alike. we will be downloading the next books for future journeys.
BEST STORY EVER!"
I am Amelie Brindley and I flummoppéd madly! flummopped is an English word that only the top 0.5% of English people should know, it isn't in dictionaries because people who make dictionaries don't know the word. I love flummopps because it's always a good flummoppé when I'm bejourínêd.
fartsereex people don't enjoy flummopps. BTW I'm 9 years old but I'm in top 0.5% of smart people in England.
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