It Doesn’t Take a Genius

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It Doesn’t Take A Genius is a very entertaining book about a boy named Emmett who goes to a sleepaway camp, for three weeks, without his mother, in another state, for the first time. He’s usually known as the ‘Smart Boy’ back home, but at camp, Emmett’s now the ordinary human being.

From the first chapter, I knew that the book would be a fun roller-coaster of emotions and changes in the characters. On top of that, Emmett is such a funny character! The way he thinks, and what he thinks about, is just beyond hilarious. There are no pictures, but the book is very detailed, so you can imagine it. The font is very odd, and it kind of sucks you in on the first few pages, but you’ll get past the font later.

I think that ages ten through fourteen should read this book, and I would totally recommend it! This was such a great story that even my little brother wanted to listen in, and I had to read it all over again to him! Go read It Doesn’t Take A Genius!!

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Author Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 308 pages
Publisher Six Foot Press
Publish Date 2021-Apr-13
ISBN 9781644420027
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Issue August 2021
Category Tweens


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