Nicholas wants to go for a masterclass, but his parents refuse to shell out the money he would need. What do real friends do when a friend is in need?
Even though Cass thinks that yet another class is strange, this masterclass is what her friend Nicholas wants. So, of course, Cass and the Bubble Street Gang need to make money – and quickly. While they’re at it, they decide to become millionaires – there’s no need to keep their dreams small, is there? And so, that’s the Bubble Street Gang’s next project – making millions.
Making millions is not the only project that Cass has on her hands. She has a mystery to solve. There is an invisible boy in her class, and no one seems to believe her when she says that. She must get Invisible Boy to reveal himself, and she’s determined to do so.
Making Millions is a hilarious, heart-warming story, and I loved everything about it. As a child, I was convinced that nothing was impossible, and when I find child characters that echo those sentiments, I rejoice. Cass, so convinced and driven, is a wonderful character, but even lovelier is the way she sees friendship. There’s no grey area for her. If her friends want something, the Bubble Street Gang’s mission is to make it happen. I love that!
|Rating (out of 5)||5|