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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Charlie Bingham Gets Serious (Volume 2) by Maggie M. Larche is a fun filled story for young readers. Charlie Bingham is all set to join the elite hall monitor squad. But the head hall monitor thinks otherwise. Owen thinks Charlie is not that mature or capable of handling the responsibilities. But Charlie wants to be a hall monitor. He wants one of those sashes. Charlie wants to be able to leave class ten minutes early before the lunch and the final bell. What readers see next is Charlie trying his best to be mature and prove to Owen that he is not a goofball, but then he makes mistake after mistake. He makes a mess of everything he does and now he has to think and decide whether he has the temperament to be a hall monitor. Charlie Bingham will leave readers in stitches with his antics and humor.
The story is very entertaining and Charlie is a lovable character. The narration is descriptive and the conversations are real and relatable to readers. All the characters, Rebecca, Martin, Brad, Owen, Sophie and many more will remind kids of their school friends and their school days. Charlie will put a smile on the faces of readers. The book is good for bedtime storytelling and parents and grandparents can read it out to their kids and grandkids. What I like about the book is that it captures the fun-filled days of school and school life with zest and enthusiasm. It's a delightful story that every child can relate to.