The Candy Smash (The Lemonade War Series) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 127 user ratings

" it was kind of an easy read for me but it was a pretty good book all the same. " said.

" A fun look inside the minds of 10 year olds and their ideas on love. Love the characters of Evan and Jessie. " said.

" I liked this book because it relates to me and my sister. I always get in arguments with my sister and we do many competitions against each other. I recommend reading the book Lemonade stand. " said.

" So I was rereading this book as well and wow! There was a lot of stuff I never noticed about it! Although the characters are all eight and nine year olds, I totally forgot all about it while reading. The book tackles topics like autism in an amazing way. I would actually recommend this to anyone! " said.

"I didn't enjoy the last (3rd) book in this series as much, however this one was right back up in quality, in my opinion. I really enjoyed reading about Evan and Jessie's class and the Valentine's Day mysteries. Jessie is a great example of how some people just can't "read" others well and how social situations can become awkward for them when they can't pick up on cues and such. It's also interesting to see the maturation of the 'kids in 4-O' and how they are dealing with changing feelings. I look forward to reading the next (and I believe last) book." said.

"I'm sounding like a broken record at this point, but I'm still surprised and impressed with this series -- and this book might be the best of them all so far. Each book has a learning theme (Bk. 1: math, Bk. 2: law, etc.), and this one's is poetry. Even though there are important lessons in these books, they're woven so well into the story that they're not a turn-off. In addition to introducing kids to elements of poetry in an approachable way, this book also has some great insights on crushes, emotional intelligence, and social awareness." said.

" This is the only book in the Lemonade Wars series that I've read, and it was okay. A cute, quick read suited for upper-elementary students and reluctant readers. I love sensitive Evan--particularly how he treats his Alzheimers-ridden grandmother--but Jessie wasn't all that likable (to me, anyway.) She's a bit like a child-sized Sheldon Cooper, whom I enjoy, but I was annoyed by Jessie rather that entertained. " said.

"Abigail ramirez This book is the fourth book in the lemonade war and its sooooooooooo good it has mystery and love. i just love how the author changes the character in every chapter for example in chapter 1 it starts with Evan then in chapter 2 Evan's sister Jessie is the character. So in this book Jessie is looking for a top story for her classroom newspaper so she makes everyone do a love survey and she see's that someone has a crush on her!!!!!!!!! Then there's candy hearts popping out of nowhere??????Jessie is determined to find out and Evan has some secrets as well

story summery just as i'm about to get out of the boys restroom the door swings open with no time to hide Jessie stands there and waits.Its two little boys and they just stop and stare at her " HEY YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE IN HERE" shouts one of the boys " i'm dead," Jessie thought "i'm so dead
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