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    In the book The Boy Who Knew Everything, Victoria Forester does a great job of telling an interesting and valuable story. It starts soon after where the first book, The Girl Who Could Fly, left off, when Conrad (who is a genius) is living with Piper McCloud (who has the ability to fly) and her family. The McClouds were happy to take Conrad in, as he had no where to go. His father, the President of the United States, had told everyone his son was dead. Conrad and Piper decide to bring all of their gifted friends together to do good and help people in need. Soon enough, strange disasters occur all over the world, and it is up to Piper, Conrad, and the rest of the gang to stop it. I recommend this book for anyone who likes adventure. It is mainly an elementary-middle school aged level. It is a fun book and I liked it overall.
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    When I first started this book, I didn't have high expectations. But I was entertained and intrigued throughout for the most part. It was nice to see a character who is unlucky, yet very optimistic. Warren the 13th, an orphan who is the bellhop at his family hotel, has lately been feeling terrible, which was rare, ever since his Aunt Anaconda took over the hotel. Soon, Warren realizes that his Aunt, and the hotel, isn't as it seems. He sets out to find a myserious treasure before Anaconda or the faculty does if he wants to save the family and hotel. If you like the sound of this story, entertaining illustrations, and are around the middle school age, this book is for you.
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    When I first started this book, I didn't have high expectations. But I was entertained and intrigued throughout for the most part. It was nice to see a character who is unlucky, yet very optimistic. Warren the 13th, an orphan who is the bellhop at his family hotel, has lately been feeling terrible, which was rare, ever since his Aunt Anaconda took over the hotel. Soon, Warren realizes that his Aunt, and the hotel, isn't as it seems. He sets out to find a myserious treasure before Anaconda or the faculty does if he wants to save the family and hotel. I was a little bored at times because this kind of book isn't my thing personally, but if you like the sound of this story, entertaining illustrations, and are around the middle school age, this book is for you.
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