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Now That the Mayan Apocalypse Has Jumped the Shark, What's Next?

By Mswas Sawsm | Book Reviews | December 23, 2012 | Comments ()


If you think, "Oh that reading and writing s*** isn't for me," think again. Why, even a 6-year-old can do it. Think I'm wrong? Well just read the cutest review ever, from our youngest junior Cannonballer, 6-year-old joemyjoe, as dictated to his mother, Scootsa1000:

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Cannonball Read IV: Ghost Buddy Zero to Hero by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver

I just read a book called Ghost Buddy: Zero to Hero (I just call it Ghost Buddy) by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver. I loved it.

Its about a boy named Billy Broccoli and a ghost named Hoover Porthouse. Billy and his family move into a really old house and it has a ghost in it, a ghost of a boy who died there 99 years ago. At first, Hoover scared Billy, but they became friends after a while. Billy didn't want his own ghost, but he realized that his ghost could help him with some bullies who bothered him at school.

Billy and Hoover played some tricks on a bully named Rod Broadstone. They made it seem like Billy was much stronger than he was, so that Rod wouldn't think he was a weakling to pick on.

It was a good story about bullying and why you should never do it. It can hurt peoples' feelings and their bodies. But it was also a really funny book. It made me laugh.

There are more Ghost Buddy books and I want to read them all.

My mom says that when she was little, Henry Winkler was a really cool and famous guy. She sent him a tweet about how much I loved this book, and she was really excited that he tweeted her back!
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Look what happens when you join Cannonball Read - you could get RETWEETED by the FONZ. How can you resist that? Come on along for #5, it's gonna be a blast. Aaaaaaaaay!

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