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Charlie Ridge has one small goal in life—to be the greatest blogger in the world! The internet has been in a frenzy ever since a competition began to win the website address www.thegreatestbloggerintheworld.com, and Charlie is making sure he's the number one contender. Charlie has plenty to blog about—his best friend Phattius Beats, who runs an illegal red-cordial businessCharlie Ridge has one small goal in life—to be the greatest blogger in the world! The internet has been in a frenzy ever since a competition began to win the website address www.thegreatestbloggerintheworld.com, and Charlie is making sure he's the number one contender. Charlie has plenty to blog about—his best friend Phattius Beats, who runs an illegal red-cordial business at his school; his little brother, who insists on wearing a tuxedo to kindergarten; and his number one crush, who is the teacher's pet and always wears knee-high boots. Oh, and his pet duck, Barcode. Then some really blog worthy things happen. When the school mascot is stolen and a multinational corporation tries to take over the school formal, Charlie has his chance to Be the Hero, Get the Girl, and Save the Day. That's got to give him the leg up on the quest to be the greatest blogger in the world, right?...

Title : The Greatest Blogger in the World
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ISBN : 9781921502231
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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The Greatest Blogger in the World Reviews

  • Steph Bowe
    2018-12-13 07:32

    I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Whoa, Steph, someone wrote a book about you already?”Alas, no.The Greatest Blogger in the World is about Charlie, a boy with big dreams. He’s planning on winning the Greatest Blogger in the World competition. He has a little brother who always wears a tuxedo to kinder. His best friend is running an illegal red cordial business at school. He’s got a crush on a girl he calls ‘the Boots’. His pet is a duck named Barcode. Obviously, he has a lot of stuff to blog about.I’m going to be entirely honest: I loved this book. It was ridiculous. It was hilarious. There was mystery and intrigue – strange posters put up on the noticeboard, a disappearing Unshorn Merino. There’s a crazy principal (which everyone can relate to, I’m sure) and corrupt school monitors. The characters are fantastic. Charlie’s best friend, Phattius Beats, is illegally selling things at school – red cordial and lemonade and zoetropes. The Boots is a teacher’s pet who photographically documents everything that happens at school. Cardboard trying to be bad but who is unfailingly polite. And of course Charlie’s brother Joshua, wearing his tuxedo to kinder.I think this book is intended for a slightly younger audience. It didn’t matter to me because I have the maturity of a ten-year-old boy, but I’d recommend it to kids between nine and thirteen, and older readers’ if you like silly, irreverent stories.

  • Rachel
    2018-12-10 11:20

    I liked the book. I mean, considering I had like 5 minutes to choose it out of the books they were chucking out at the crowded library in town, I probably chose the best one that was left.I know right I am so weirdYes, I finished the whole thing which shows I get pretty bored sometimes :\Ok anyway, it was cool. I liked the character development, especially of Charlie. He was very eccentric and distinctive as well as having sort of that quiet sense of humour some people have. All the characters were well thought out and... well y'know when in school we have to describe character's personalities sometimes? (probably not) well I suck at that and these characters could probably be described by words that are actually in my vocabulary, which is a good thing lol.I don't know what to say about the book. It was kind of classic, as it says "Be the Hero, Get the Girl, and Save the Day" but still it was in it's own way unique and quirky.I think I would rate it 3 1/2 stars.My favourite character was Barcode obviously.

  • Jess - The Tales Compendium
    2018-11-27 13:20

    While this is a fun story for ages 9-12, it is not the type of children's book where adults will get caught up in the story as well. I found the events rather unrealistic and it didn't really keep me entertained, then again, it wasn't written for my age group. I also feel the author got a little confused with the age of the main character Charlie. While I don't recall the age of Charlie being stated in the book, I got the impression he was about 11 or 12. The things he gets up to though could be the actions of a 8 year-old sometimes and then other times a 13 year-old.All this said, I believe the books will appeal to reluctant readers aged 9-12.

  • Sean
    2018-11-23 05:31

    Amazing and brilliant.

  • Jacqui
    2018-12-18 08:40

    Boring. Didn't get past the first chapter

  • Ravenfrozt
    2018-11-28 07:26

    omg! Harlarious! (Please excuse my spelling)

  • James Taranto
    2018-12-14 11:13

    This book told the through life of Charlie Ridge. A boy that likes to blog about.... well everything. His goal is to win the greatest blogger in the world. I thought this book was good.