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    An amazing book!

    The Terrible Two Get Worse is a great sequel to The Terrible Two. The two main characters, Miles and Niles, love pranking their Principal Mr. Barkin. Then one of their pranks goes too far. Mr. Barkin loses his job as a result of a prank. Mr. Barkin's father takes over for him, he takes away all of the fun, and worst of all he takes away pranking. Their old principal was easy to prank but their new Principal just sucks it in and deals with it. Opinion: Overall this is an amazing book and I strongly recommend it. If you like humor and comics, this book is for you. The story combines pranking with a little bit of friendship. My favorite prankster of the two boys is Niles, the smart kid who pretends to be stuck up but pranks well. Miles comes up with lots of ideas that are sometimes good but sometimes bad. I chose Niles because he has some great pranks and he seems like an undercover spy. I see Niles as someone who really thinks about the plans that Miles comes up with and finds a way for them to work. Niles' smartness is very helpful when it comes to planing ahead of time and when strategy comes in. Reviewed by a student book reviewer. Age 9

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