Stinky and Successful: The Riot Brothers Never Stop Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings

" I've got to say I'm glad my girls never thought of knot-a-sock.I may have to be evil though, and send this to my nephews :D " said.

" this book is funny you sould read iti got it from the library on 145 " said.

" Cute book about two smart-ass brothers who actually have some fun and cool adventures. Geared towards 3rd graders and full of lots of good messages. " said.

" itsgood right now but its not really into the story yet its just starting in it. " said.

" If I could give this book 0 stars, I would. The writing is disjointed. The characters are shallow and uninteresting. The plot lines are essentially non-existent. This book doesn't even rise to the level of brain candy. " said.

" Kids who like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books or the Lenny and Mel books will also like this book. The Riot Brothers have lots of adventures from Knot-a-Sock games to rescuing a damsel in distress (not as easy as one would think) to pulling pranks (and having pranks pulled on them) on April Fool's Day. " said.

"A funny and endearing new series featuring Orville and Wilbur Riot, two brothers who have a different mission every day, recorded in the "Secret Riot Brother Mission Book". In this installment, their mission is to Rescue a Damsel in Distress, so they can become knights. Catch: they can't cause the distress in which the damsel might find herself. Large font, cartoonish illustrations, plenty of laugh action, and two brothers who have a genuinely positive, close relationship with each other make this series a winner. Recommend to kids who like Captain Underpants, Horrible Harry, the Time Warp Trio, etc. Enjoyable, with humor even adults will appreciate. 3rd grade and up and a great readaloud. " said.

""The great advantage of being weird most of the time is that when you are weird, no one thinks it's weird."

Once again, the Riot Brothers attempt to make something exciting happen every day, in this third installment. Who wouldn't want to try to rescue a damsel in distress on a school field trip? And when your Mom says, "You guys might as well stop trying. You're never going to get me", on April Fool's day, it's a challenge that can't be ignored. And gee: why can't they find any friends that are willing to get Wilbur and Orville morph them with a vegetable and see what happens? Hmmm

More fun for students provided by the Riot brothers. The sock story might be a fun game to play in class.
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