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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
The Worst Christmas Book in the Whole Entire World by Joey Acker, despite what you may have been led to believe, is a very enjoyable book. Nameless, the main character, doesn’t believe that the book will be any good and tries to convince any reader that they should stop reading immediately. When that fails and the person who is reading the book keeps going, Nameless then begins to list the reasons why the book is the worst Christmas book ever: no Santa Claus and no magical train to take him to the North Pole. But then, Nameless is picked up by the Jingle Bus and abandoned at the South Pole, where a yeti lives. Will Nameless ever make it to the North Pole, or is the story doomed to be the worst Christmas book ever?
With humor, great characters, and an interesting plot, The Worst Christmas Book in the Whole Entire World by Joey Acker is a really good book. The story is very funny, and I was giggling before it even began because of the comical copyright page. The story has many funny parts and lines. I really liked the author's version of the song Jingle Bells. The story is made even better with likable characters, particularly Nameless, who seems both genuine and dubious. The plot is interesting, with buses, and Yetis, and a crash landing. The story is very well written, and I liked that it seems as if Nameless is talking to the reader. Cute and expressive pictures, as well as different font sizes and colors, add to the experience. This book is sure to put the reader into the Christmas spirit, and I would definitely recommend it.