Sal's Fiction Addiction blog - January 11, 2011
"Such a fun read, with memorable characters and fast-paced action. I can guarantee that many kids in grade four and up will love it!...Josh, Magnolia and Wang may not want to live up to their parents' expectations but they are smart, resourceful and very supportive of club members. Kids will enjoy the relationship and strength they find in each other's difficulties and inventive, if unconventional, solutions."
Canadian Children's Book News - January 1, 2011
"With the media full of super-achiever kids, Dunces Anonymous is refreshing fun and a good read."
Puget Sound Council - September 1, 2010
School Library Journal - June 1, 2010
"The concept for this novel is one that many overachieving students can relate to."
Library Media Connection - March 1, 2010
"The adventures and intrigues that Josh, Wang, and Magnolia plot to get out of doing what their parents expect are quite entertaining...A nice read, which captures the spirit of children first learning to branch out. Recommended."
CM Magazine - January 8, 2010
"Cleverly plotted and well-paced."
by: Gordon Korman - January 3, 2010
"Loved it. Spot-on plotting, and a great cast of characters."
St. Albert Gazette - December 12, 2009
"Delightful, quirky fiction...[The] characters are funny, entertaining and endearing. Dunces Anonymous is a strong reminder that the power of friendship can move mountains, and it will leave you with a smile on your face."