Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Miracle Wimp by Erik P. Kraft

I found this funny realistic fiction book while browsing at my public library. Welcome to high school, where nicknames and labels are the main event in everyday life. Tom's last name is Mayo, which makes for the perfect nickname. Tom is a wimp, and he admits it. The "Donkeys" think that Miracle Whip is a type of mayonnaise, and since all you have to do is change two letters to get wimp instead of whip, they called him Miracle Wimp. 

Tom is funny and smart, which can gain him attention, but the wrong kind of attention from the wrong people. In this funny book, Tom has to live through high school with girls, crazy teachers, driving, bullying, and jobs. 

This book is definitely different. First off, all the chapters are only like, half a page long. Also, at the end of each chapter, he draws a picture of the thing he talked about, which can be funny. It is just random information about his life. There is even a chapter just on why he doesn't like to talk on the telephone! 

Miracle Wimp is a funny, relaxing book that is for everyone of all interests, and it has a little bit of everything. If you want to read, but don't know what to read, this is a great book. If you are being forced to read, or don't like reading, this might change your mind, and I know you won't regret reading it. I highly recommend this great book. 


Title: Miracle Wimp
Author: Erik P. Kraft
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Pages: 256 pages
Series: No
Rating: 5 Stars
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