Book Review 19 Mar 2018
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My favourite book is The War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.
Can you write a review of your favourite book?
Say why you like it and which age group you think it is suitable for. Comment on the storyline and the illustrations.
- 20 Mar 2018 - Zonye Y6This looks cool. My favourite book is Dork Diaries pop star. The main character Nikki Maxwell kind of resemble me but I would love to read this book.
- 20 Mar 2018 - Ruby W Y6My favourite book is 'A place called Perfect' because it has amazing pictures. Violet's father has disappeared and her mum is obsessed with every thing. She soon realises that she is being watched...This book is suitable for 9+.
- 20 Mar 2018 - Evie Y6My favourite book is Descendants 2. I would recommend this book for people who like fairy tales and likes to let their imagination go wild. I like this book because its about finding who they really are. The story line goes like this 4 children come from this isle where all the bad guys are like the evil queen Cruella Da Vil and many more they learn how to be good but want to go back to their old wicked ways
- 20 Mar 2018 - Jack Y6My favorite book is Alex Rider, Storm Breaker because it is action- packed and full of adventures. I would recommend this book to anyone above the age of 10. It makes you feel like you are a spy that has gone on a secret mission to defeat an evil criminal.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Imogen Y6My favorite book is `Anne of Green Gables.` I would recommend it to people between the ages of 8-13. I like this book because there are a lot of ups and downs and sometimes Anne (who is the main character) thinks that nothing is ever going to get better but then it all changes. It doesn't have any illustrations but in the end all is well and Anne is at a home where she will stay forever.
- 19 Mar 2018 - FernY6My favorite book is Dog Zombies by Tom Gates. I like this book because it is entertaining, funny and it has got a lot of doodles in it. Dog Zombie drawings are basic but very effective. I recommend this book for an 8-11 year old, my rating for this book is a 4 1/2 out of 5
- 19 Mar 2018 - Finley Y6My favourite book is Ali A's adventures because it tells you about his gaming experience.This book is suitable for 5+
- 19 Mar 2018 - Georgie Y6My favourite book is Gangsta Granny because it is a they try to to steel the crown Jules and the Granny looks really fit and in the end the Granny unfortunately dies in the end.
- 19 Mar 2018 - VioletY6My favourite book is 'A monster calls'. It is suitable for people who do not mind the mention of death. The illustrations are few and far between but the illustrations that are in it are excellent. It is about a young boy and a tree that comes to life....
- 19 Mar 2018 - DaisyY6I like Tom Gates. This book is suitable for 8-11 year olds. I like this book because it is creative and fun to read. I like the illustrations because the are simple for people to understand. the author of this book is Tom Gates.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Molly Y6My favourite book is Scarlet and Ivy, The lost twin. I think it is suitable for age 9+. When Ivy gets a letter from Rookwood school, where her twin sister had died. She was shocked to be told that she will have to take her sisters place. Soon after arriving she finds a friend and a mystery. I loved the immediate mystery and sadness but soon we find an underlying mystery. I loved to read as this mystery unfolded. I recommend this book and the books that follow.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Kyany6"My favourite book is Alias Adventures because it tells you all about gaming and it is suitable for any age."
- 19 Mar 2018 - Gracie Y6My favourite book is 'The Frogkisser' because it is an adventure story and it makes you feel like you are actually in the story. Princess Anya's older sister Morven is soon to become queen, although their evil stepfather wont let that happen, he has turned Princess Morven's boyfriend into a frog. Morven being Morven doesn't want to kiss a 'disgusting frog' so Princess Anya has to go on an epic adventure to create some magical lip-balm so she can kiss him back into a prince. But along the way there is a problem....
- 19 Mar 2018 - Jack Y6My favorite book is Alex Rider, storm breaker because it is action- packed and full of adventures. I would recommend this book to anyone above the age of 10. It makes you feel like you are a spy that has gone on a secret mission to defeat an evil criminal.
- 19 Mar 2018 - George Y6Ali-A's Adventures is appropriate for any age. This story is about a youtuber called Ali-A and he goes on an adventure with his dog Evie and a Pikachu.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Ben yr6My favourite book Is Match annual 2018 because I like having pictures as well as words and the Match annual has great photos and facts
- 19 Mar 2018 - Jessica6My favourite book is Paper Towns by John Green. It is really good because it is exiting, funny and a bit sad but I think it is probably suitable for teenagers because it is about eighteen year-olds. My favourite bit is when they are in a car at the end.
- 19 Mar 2018 - OscarY6My favourite book is Birthday Boy. I love this book because it is an adventure story and has loads of exciting events in it. I think it is also good because it takes me away to another place where it would be my birthday everyday. This book teaches you a valuable lesson that you need to be grateful for everything you get and have. The author of this book is the bestselling author, David Baddiel. Some people may also know it from the amazing book Parent's Agency. The illustrator is Jim Field and he draws really detailed pictures in black and white. The pictures are very detailed and show you clearly what is happening at that point. If I was to recommend this book to a certain age group I would probably say for people aged 7-13 mainly because of the size of the book.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Aimee Y6The World Worst Children. My favourite book is The World Worst Children because I like how it is set out to tell you all about the worlds worst children children. I think the age group for this book is about 8-11 year old. The illustrations are really good and they really tell you what is going on.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Ruby M Y6My favourite book is Murder in Midwinter because it is more of a modern book, which includes phones, tablets, WiFi and much more! It is also very descriptive and intriguing. I would totally recommend it to my friends!
- 19 Mar 2018 - Jessica6My favourite book is Paper towns by John Green. Its really good because its exiting, funny and a bit sad but i think its probably suitable for teenagers because its about eighteen year-olds. My favourite bit is when they are in a car at the end.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Jozefinay6My favourite book is called Matilda because it is so fun and I love watching Matilda and I think children at the age of 9 and onwards.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Lilliah Y6HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILSOPHERS STONE J.K Rowling Join Harry, Hermione and Ron through their first year at the wizardry school, Hogwarts. I would recommend it to the age range of 8 or above.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Jack Sh Y6My favorite book is Percy Jackson and the lighting thief by Rick Riordan. Behind the puns and the jokes, a gripping story line of adventurous and wonders. I would recommend this book from 10-13 year olds. I like the book because the book has a element of ancient Greek history in it, its really quite fascinating.
- 19 Mar 2018 - AshtonMy favourite book is called Football Academy and I like it because I like football and that's what its about and it gives you tips on how to get better so that's good for me because I am not too good at football.
- 19 Mar 2018 - LouieY6My favourite book is Alex Rider Point Blanc it is action packed with a small amount of humor. I recommend it to all ages above 9.
- 19 Mar 2018 - Abigail Y6My favourite book is Murder Most Unladylike because it describes everything really well and it makes you feel like you are there. I would recommend this book for people who are 9 and over.
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