Title: Billionaire Boy
Author: David Waliams
Genre : Humoristic
The narrator identifies himself as the hero of the story. He uses the “I” pronoun.
The hero of the book is the richest twelve year-old child in the whole world.
He has faced the most severe poverty before but his family was saved by his father’s new invention.
It’s a hilarious, touching and extraordinary new novel.
Joe has a lot of reasons to be happy, almost a billion of them, in fact.
In the book, Joe's rich, really, really rich, richer than any other child.
Joe's got his own bowling alley, his own cinema and his own butler who is an orangutan. He's the wealthiest twelve-year-old in the land.
Joe has absolutely everything he could possibly want, but there’s just one thing he really needs: a friend.
Personal opinion :I chose this book because it looked funnier than others looking at the front cover.
I enjoyed this book for what it gives you: the best lesson that money never makes happiness.
I would recommend this book to twelve year-old readers for them to understand the need of having friends
Level: it’s easy to read.
Class/ English group: 5C/ Group 2