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4.0 out of 5 starsGreat series!
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019
I read this series with my 8 year old son and he loves it. My only issue is that I’ve found multiple grammatical errors. How can a published book have this? Is there no proofreading??
Pretty good book for my 2nd and 4th grader. The started reading this book series last year and continued reading them. They asked me for the whole set. I would recommend to other moms. I notice though, that as you go up in the series the writing gets smaller, so be mindful of that.
Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2014
This book was awesome I've read it 5 times and am going to read it again but I think honestly that there are a lot of spelling that needs to be checked even some sentences that need to be checked and fixed but overall this is one of the BEST BOOKS EVER. So if you will share and tell other people about this book thanks again I'll be reviewing any future diary of a sixth grade ninja books bye peeps
Chase is my son's new hero! My 9 year old started this series a little over 2 months ago and he's hooked! Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja is captivating and keeps my son wanting to grab the next book. Well done Marcus Emerson!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 24, 2020
My 12 year old grandson loves gaming but for the first time he reads these ninja books (a chapter) every night. I have now purchased all 11 of them for him at different times and he is still reading for pleasure. They are not cheep but i think that its well worth trying this set
I,'ve been reading this series of books at bedtime to my 7 year old boy,who seems to enjoy the stories despite the title being very misleading the stories revolve around Chase Cooper and is ordeals and awkwardness of starting a new school . The first book revolved around a Ninja clan in the school which Chase ends up being the leader of in the first book but the subsequent books including this one just focus on routine teen type angst stuff, it's kind of emo I.m not sure if it's for boys I find reading these books pretty tedious, and feel it's bad children's writing I thought that calling the books diary of a Ninja there would be more use of the ninja angle but it seems that the author got bored of the concept by the first book found it to be a useful selling strapline but couldn't be bothered to develop the idea, and was more interested in churning out poor dialogue not sure what the audience is for these books if I was a young male reader I don't think I would have read more than one.