Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment


Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment
Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment by James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein & James Lancett

My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Received: Hachette Book Group Canada
Published: 2018
Publisher: Little Brown, BFYR
Recommended Age: 7+
Genres & Themes: Middle Grade, Science, Adventure, Knowledge


REVIEW:

This better be a six-book-series (or more) because Max Einstein kicks ass. It’s so important for kids to have positive male AND female role models and Max Einstein is one amazing young person to look up to and follow in the footsteps of.

I’m not at all surprised this book worked so well for me, because James Patterson is an eloquent and creative writer who has yet to disappoint me. I especially admire his dedication to writing and publishing stories for young readers and trying to empower them to think and act in the world in a positive way just like his characters do.

I DARE YOU to not want Max Einstein to become your new best friend. She is intelligent, open-minded, confident, ambitious, observant, and an overall really thoughtful person. She’s not used to having human friends (books are more her thing) so working with her teammates is quite an experience for her in addition to trying to save the world of course.

I am very excited for the sequel and if I hear that this is actually a duology I will be very mad. MAD, I tell you.

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