julia’s review of: The looking glass girl
Author: Cathy Cassidy
Alice gets stuck in wonder land but really shes in coma . Will Alice wake up from coma and heal the wounds. Find out in the book the looking glass girl. It will appeal to people that use there imagination really well. I liked when Alice got stuck in the basement. I did not like when Alice got pushed off the stairs by lainey (Elaine).
Mr O’Sullivan’s review of: The BFG
Author: Roald Dahl
My book is about dreamers, and one very special dream collector. This dream collector is not like you or me… He’s a giant!
Roald Dahl’s fascinating tale, The BFG, takes us on a journey with 10 year old Sophie and the giant (who is very big and friendly) that she met one night in London. The unlikely duo travel across Giant land, break in to Buckingham Palace and much much more.
I think this book will appeal to children aged 9+ because the humour is quite subtle, and some younger children might find it a little bit too scary! You might too… If you knew what a giant’s favourite food is!
Peter’s review of: Harry Potter
Author: JK Rowling
It is a great book and really makes you want to read on it is just so great and the best bit is there is a series of them so you get to read the dramaticness again and again
julia’s review of: Ripley’s believe it or not
Author: Robert Ripley
Its a good book if you like facts!! also I rate it 5 out of ten.
Danny’s review of: Murderous maths guaranteed to mash your mind
Author: Kjartan poskitt
This was the first book I read in the series, this urged me on to read all of the others and I think that it will make you read them too and you can get lots of help in your maths at school and know lots more about maths