Really don't like it. The clock doesn't fit with the kid at all. He looks like it'd be a better fit if he was holding a baseball bat, looking scared, standing over that clock broken worried about what Grandma was going to say.
There's also a lot going on to distract. Green leaves, the wrist band, a reflection on the clock face, and the bird.
Another thing, and this is specific to clocks. There's a standard of sorts on what time to set clocks and watches to in pictures so that they're balanced. I think it's 1:50 so that the hour hand is just about pointing at the 2 and the minute hand is pointing at the 10. There's a post on it from Ed S here I think. May have been on the old forum though.