Tyler’s mom told him not to lose their only house key while he and his sister, Casey, are at Karate. When it is almost time to leave, Tyler realizes that he doesn’t have the key! He looked everywhere, but couldn’t find it. Not in the dojo, not in Casey’s class, not in the hallway, not at the front desk! Not anywhere in the building! Will Tyler get in trouble? Will his mom find out? Will they be locked out forever?
This was a pretty funny book. It was written well for younger kids. The story was a quick read for me and I think it would be a good choice for advanced readers because it is a clean read. I found the fact that they only had oner key to their house a bit unrealistic. But, I also think the plot is very simple because the book was written for younger kids. I like the cover and the little pictures that are in the book here and there. Overall, I thought it was a good book worth reading! I recommend this to kids 7+.
To learn more about the author, Ms. Kennen, and Tyler, visit Ms. Kennen’s blog HERE.
*I received this as a free ebook in exchange for an honest review*
Categories: Age 6-9