Morse Pond Review: The Best of Iggy

bestofiggyThe Best of Iggy

Written by Annie Barrows, illustrated by Sam Ricks

G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers

Available January 21, 2020


This book was very interesting, pretty entertaining and kind of funny. Iggy gets in trouble a lot for some weird reasons and sometimes for things he didn’t even do. Iggy’s second grade teacher is very nice, and when Iggy does something bad she is kind about it. In the end of the book though, he did something terrible to his teacher and she yelled and got mad.The author acts as if she is having a conversation with you and makes the book really enjoyable to read. I would highly recommend this book to kids from grade 2-7 but I wouldn’t do any of the things Iggy does because it will get you in trouble, big trouble.

~Jake, Grade 6

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