The League of Unexceptional Children by Gitty Daneshvari

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.2 Llamas

Review

This is a good book for younger kids, but it may be a bit dull for older ones. It took me awhile to read cause I’m used to crazy plot twists and adventure; but the book was ok. (I’m just saying the book may be a little simple for older kids…sorry!)

The book is about a spy organization that recruits unexceptional children. Ya know, boring kids, forgettable kids, the kids no one wants to hang around with. And these kids are gonna help rescue the vice-president form sinister plots!!!

The book is very clean and funny, and is a great book for kids to read. There are pictures in the book, but I think that’s my only complaint. (I usually like my books picture free, but I can bend sometimes.)

Over all, this is a good book for young girls and boys to read. And there is more to the series! (Though I have not read those ones, so I can’t tell you if their good or not.) I hope you all have a lovely day!!! -The Young Llama Reader.

Pros

  • A good book for kids.
  • Funny.

Cons

  • Can be a bit boring to read for older kids.
Are you average? Normal? Forgettable? If so, the League of Unexceptional Children is for you! This first book in a hilarious new adventure series is for anyone who’s struggled to be noticed in a sea of above-average overachievers.

What is the League of Unexceptional Children? I’m glad you asked. You didn’t ask? Well, you would have eventually and I hate to waste time. The League of Unexceptional Children is a covert network that uses the nation’s most average, normal, and utterly unexceptional children as spies. Why the average kids? Why not the brainiacs? Or the beauty queens? Or the jocks? It’s simple: People remember them. But not the unexceptionals. They are the forgotten ones. Until now!

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