Cheesie Mack Is Not Exactly Famous

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Cheesie Mack is Not Exactly Famous is the story of a boy who finds a historical artifact and gets the idea of putting a time capsule together to be opened in a hundred years to tell future people about present life in their town.

It is written so that Cheesie, the main character, is telling the story and it is just like an eleven-year-old wrote it. He is very funny, and sometimes disgusting–a lot like some of the kids at my school. Some parts are disgusting, but in an entertaining way. He’s not that smart, so he gets himself into more trouble than some kids would. For instance, he tries to use a metal detector to find something metal under a manhole cover, but the manhole cover is made of metal, so the detector just beeps like crazy.

It is a pretty good book, but I don’t like the title. It doesn’t really tell you what the book is about and wouldn’t make you want to read it. Ignore the title and read the book. It’s one of those books that, once you start reading it, you really can’t stop.

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Author Cotler, Steve
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 256 pages
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 25-Feb-2014
ISBN 9780385369848
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Issue July 2014
Category Tweens


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