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Big Fat Liar Book Review

Big Fat Liar Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Check out out Kidzworlds review of the book Big Fat Liar. 14 year-old Jason Shepherd is about as sneaky as they come. Find out what happens when he meets someone even sneakier than him!

Author: John Whitman

It only took a couple of pages of Big Fat Liar to grab my interest. 14 year-old Jason Shepherd is about as sneaky as they come. He's constantly getting into trouble and lying his way out of this and that, until one day his hard-nosed teacher sees right through him.


Summer School

Jason (played by Frankie Muniz in the flick) has no choice but to go to summer school unless he can get a paper to his teacher in a couple of hours. In a strange turn of events, Jason ends up traveling in a limo en route to deliver his paper. Turns out he left the paper in the limo and it ends up in the wrong hands.


Big Fat Scam

Jason's finally done the right thing but it still gets messed up. When he discovers a big movie producer scammed his paper and is making a flick out of it, he knows he has to prove to his parents that it's based on his paper.


Catch That Thief!

With his 'rents out of town he convinces his best bud Kaylee (played by Amanda Bynes) to fly to LA with him, find the slimy producer who stole his story and get him to spill the truth to his parents. Their mission is filled with plenty of stunts, pranks and lots of laughs. Jason is a smart kid who is out to do the right thing for once. Big Fat Liar is a fun page-turner!

Big Fat Liar Rating: 5


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