Elvis and the Underdogs: Secrets, Secret Service and Room Service
Balzer + Bray
Elvis and the Underdogs: Secrets, Secret Service and Room Service is a very good book. It had a lot of excitement and action. You can really feel how Benji, the main character is feeling. Benji’s service dog, Elvis is taken away by secret services because he was supposed to be the president’s dog. Elvis is a bossy, 100-pound, know it all who can talk. One day Benji is watching a video of Elvis and he is thumping his tail and Benji realizes it is a secret code and Elvis needs help. Benji has an adventure with his friends, Alexander and Taisy to Washington D.C. to save Elvis. I loved this book and I think you should read it.
~ Sophia, 6th grade