My name is Connor, I'm 9 years old, and I loved this book. The book, "Timmy Failure, Sanitized for your Protection," is action-packed, and (in my opinion) is better than the other three in the series. I recommend this book to people who like "Diary of a Wimpy kid," and "Big Nate."
I really liked the book but Timmy has pinned every case on molly besides the one she actually committed. I probably should have put this the first sentence but Timmy has a polar bear named Total who is really lazy and fat. My favorite part was where Timmy said the hotel couldn't charge money for the room's phone because it was in the room and it would be like charging money for the bottles of water on the table to Rollo who is his best friend and Rollo said "Timmy those are like $6 each." I glance down at the now empty bottles. My least favorite part was the "great explorers history exam"
1) Who was Meriwether Lewis I DON'T KNOW BUT I FIND IT HARD TO BELIEVE ANYONE WOULD NAME THEIR CHILD MERIWETHER 2) who was William Clarks Probably someone who made fun of Meriwether 3) why did Meriwether head west To get away from William. unfortunately there isn't anything else interesting about the book so bye.
My boys (4th and 5th grades) love these Timmy Failure books. I personally thought they would have outgrown them by now, but they always ask for the new ones when they come out. I am thrilled to buy any book my reluctant readers actually ask me for. Thank you Stephan Pastis!!
My 11 year old son loves this series almost as much as the diary of a wimpy kid series. I haven't read them myself, but they keep him engaged...he usually reads them in one sitting. He has good reading skills....college level for skill alone and grade 8 or 9 for comprehension, but he doesn't get bored with these.
As an adult, even I find this book entertaining. Great sarcasm, humor, foreshadowing in it. It is like diary of a wimpy kid; however, the vocabulary and content is more sophisticated. A kid would love it and learn a bit by reading too...
What happens when Timmy and Molly go on the run in Chicago. It is hilarious. Molly and Timmy encountered action, romance, and windsurfing senior citizens throughout the book. I would recommend it to any 10 year old!
I highly recommend this series. My son starting reading these in the third grade and loves them. He laughs out loud and stays up late reading which is highly irregular for my son. My son loves this series and he said that this book was good, but not as good as the previous three books. He rated the book four stars.
My 9 year old daughter really enjoyed the first 4 books and is excited to continue to read the rest of the series. I found this series on a fluke, but so glad I did. The author has a supplemental website to assist with vocabulary in the books. Great find.